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Castlevania: Curse of Darkness (2005)

Akumajô Dorakiyura: Yami no juin (original title)
A man named Hector goes to the castle to get revenge on a man named Isaac, who was responsible for the death of Hector's love Rosario. Hector has the ability called Devil Forging, which he ... See full summary »

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Takahiro Yoshimizu ...
Hector (voice)
Moriya Endo ...
Isaac (voice)
Yasunori Masutani ...
Trevor Belmont (voice)
Tetsuo Sakaguchi ...
Saint Germain (voice)
Yukitoshi Hori ...
Zead (voice)
Mahito Ôba ...
Dracula / Narrator (voice)
Tomoko Fujino ...
Julia Laforeze (voice)
Masaharu Satô ...
Death (voice)
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A man named Hector goes to the castle to get revenge on a man named Isaac, who was responsible for the death of Hector's love Rosario. Hector has the ability called Devil Forging, which he can use various materials and combine them to make a strong weapon for himself to fight against. Hector is aided by the Innocent Devils (AKA IDs), who are monsters that follows Hector and helps him get through tough situations. Hector will also encounter various people for the mystery about the Curse of Darkness. Will Hector be able to find and defeat Isaac and end the Curse of Darkness? Written by Oliver Kong

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Dracula: I'll reduce you to ashes!
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Connections

References Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (1989) See more »

Soundtracks

True To Your Dreams
Vocals by Russell Watson
Music by Michiru Yamane
Written by C. Bucknail & J. Briley, Copyright Control
Russell Watson appears courtesy of Decca Music Group
Artist Coordinator: Danny O'Donovan
Writer's Coordinator: Phillip Patterson
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"Intense Game For Some"
19 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

I found "Curse of Darkness" utter fun and got into it for a whole week,(played it every evening till I beat it) many say it has "dull-scenery" and/or "downgraded graphics" but I didn't mind that aspect considering how intricate the Combat layout is, specially how fun it is to level up/evolve your Innocent Devils! Also, it is great making new weapons, my favorite was the speer and the fist-equipped weapons, such as the metal gloves.

Overall, the music was also intense, this is not a game for everyone, many will find it unmoving or mediocre, I wouldn't recommend it, but I would say I had a wonderful time playing through this game! You might to, check out some clips! 8/10 Definitely worth playing! It may not be a masterpiece, but hey how fancy do we need graphics nowadays? Probably too fancy for my taste, thats why I stick with games like this! Gameplay is what its all about!


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