Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents: Castlevania (Color Edition)

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Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents: Castlevania (Color Edition)

Hardcore Gaming Presents Castlevania Color Edition Welcome to the hell house Hardcore Gaming Presents Castlevania includes pages with full reviews of over thirty Castlevania titles starting from the Nintendo original up to the Lords

  • Title: Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents: Castlevania (Color Edition)
  • Author: Kurt Kalata
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Welcome to the hell house Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents Castlevania includes 158 pages with full reviews of over thirty Castlevania titles starting from the 1986 Nintendo original up to the 2014 Lords of Shadow 2 plus reviews of clone games, soundtracks, books, trivia, and

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    One thought on “Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents: Castlevania (Color Edition)

    1. Phil on said:

      Picked this up in a recent Humble Bundle sale. A bit dry but a great little book giving you an overview of the whole series. However, if you're after something with a bit more analysis then you're probably better off picking up Jeremy Parish's "Anatomy of" book on this series.

    2. Christopher on said:

      Want a book about Castlevania? Well, here's an awesome book about Castlevania. What a terrible night to not read this book.

    3. Alex Montoya on said:

      Gran compendio y repaso a una de las sagas mas emblemáticas de la industria del videojuego. Atractiva y amena, sólo le puedo achacar que el autor parece cambiar de opinión o contradecirse en varios puntos y sobre varias entregas de la serie. Por lo demás, un gran libro que se devora muy rápido y quizá sepa a poco.

    4. Alex Montoya on said:

      Great compendium and review to one of the most emblematic sagas of the video game industry. Attractive and enjoyable, I can only blame him that the author seems to change his mind or contradict himself in several points and on several deliveries of the series. Otherwise, a great book that devours very fast and may even become too brief.

    5. David Ashley Pearson on said:

      Nice and extensive overview of the Castlevania series as is now expected of HG101 books. The 'rustic' feel of thier books may not be to everyone's taste but for simple and easy to read facts presented with love and passion you can't go wrong.

    6. I.D. on said:

      Not sure what else you could really include here as it covers everything up to the point of publication and all of the side stuff. Well worth it for fans.

    7. Melissia A Southard on said:

      Good readI love Castlevania as it is my favorite game series. The author knows and seemed to care about the series and lore. If you love the series, then definitely read this book!

    8. Jeremy Blum on said:

      I've been a huge Castlevania junkie for years, and when I was a wee laddie just getting into the games, two sites out there really stoked the fandom fires in my brain - Mr. P's Castlevania Realm and Kurt Katala's The Castlevania Dungeon.This book is a printed collection of information available on The Castlevania Dungeon, except revised and up to date. It's not quite as in-depth as the stuff on Mr. P's Castlevania Realm (tough to be as in-depth as that site), but Kurt's writing is still highly d [...]

    9. Steve on said:

      Doesn't read too well in book form to be honest, Kurt isn't a great writer and so many of the entries are basically identical and overlong. Could've done with more time spent on games/moments that merited it rather than feeling the need to give everything a set number of pages.And Dawn of Sorrow is brilliant. ffs.

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