Castlevania II: Simon's Quest 

released on Aug 28, 1987
by Konami

Castlevania II: Simon's Quest

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Castlevania II: Simon's Quest 

released on Aug 28, 1987
by Konami

Castlevania was a cakewalk compared to this bloody curse. You thought you had the Prince of Darkness defanged - eh, Simon Belmont? Well think again, 'cause according to a damsel in distress, evil Count Dracula has left a horrifying curse in his wake. And the only hope you have of ending the terror is to destroy his missing body parts! Talk about your frightening quest, searching a maze of mansions, graveyards and dark, eerie forests - each guarded by man-eating werewolves, fire-throwing zombies and other devilish demons. Your grim chances are kept alive in Transylvania, where cowardly villagers offer clues to the whereabouts of Dracula's remains. And where you'll purchase magic weapons, including silver knives and flame whips. But beware the night. For when the sun disappears, Dracula's curse grows deadlier. And your chances grow dimmer and dimmer.


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It only gets more than half a star because it has some certified hood classics in it's OST


has like really good music but is kind of impossible to play without a guide, preferably the issue of nintendo power released with it


---My experience is based on the Redacted version created by The Almighty Guru---

With the improved translation, this game isn't that bad. Tedious at points, but undeserving of the hate it gets. An interesting precursor to the later Metroidvania style games.


Konami really tried hard on this but in the end it's a confusing mess

At least we got Bloody Tears out of it