CASTLEVANIA ADVENTURE / Konami / Gameboy
This story stars Christoph, the great-grandfather of Simon Belmont, as he walks uphill 20 miles in the snow both ways to defeat Dracula. Picture the first two NES Castlevania games, but slower, with less detailed backgrounds, and less going on with the character sprites. It is also quite a bit easier.
If you can get past the myriad of limitations - the monochrome simplistic graphics, the slow pace, the somewhat cumbersome movement and play control, the predictable level layout and enemies, the lack of sub-weapons - Castlevania Adventure is actually not that bad. However, people come to Castlevania expecting "awesome", not "not that bad", so this very dated platformer just does not even come close to cutting it anymore.
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