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Castlevania 3

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Led by the immortal Count Dracula, the greatest army of evil ever assembled is poised to bury mankind in a Tomb of Terror. Destroying this legion of Swamp Dragons, Slasher Skeletons and Forces of the Undead will be the supreme challenge for the mightiest of warriors. Your place in history is 100 years before Simon Belmont's birth. Dracula is young at heart, and it will take more than a stake to penetrate his evil. Luckily, you command the role of Trevor - Simon's forefather and the origin of the Belmont Warlord Chromosones.

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Action & Adventure


Nintendo NES


NTSC (N. America)



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Customer Reviews

1 Stars
This review is not for the game itself the game is incompatible with a Retron System I tried it in my Retron 3 and found that it's my first incompatible game. Just a warning to others I was lucky that I had 2 NES systems that I was able to fix. I also got this game for $5 after some older woman dropped off a bunch of NES stuff at the local pawn shop.
Reviewed by: from GC on
4 Stars
Dont Think Castlevania 2: Simons Quest...Think Castlevania
I gave this game a four star. But in my mind its a FIVE out of FIVE. The reason I give it a four star for the readers is because this game is super hard! I got the original Castlevania back in 1988, and it took me as an adult to finally beat it. 20 plus years but this game is by far more challenging but brings back what Castlevania 2 didnt. Got the Castle back in play as you challenge Dracula. But what makes this game more interesting than its original brother is you can play as different characters that you meet as the game progresses. One for example is Alucard, the son of Dracula. Which in the old black and white film The Son Of Dracula was created. Dracula spelled backwards. But my favorite is that you can choose paths throughout levels of what part of the castle you want to explore. This game is super hard, and a must for those who dare to wanna beat one of the most entertaining but probably the top ten hardest games to beat for the NES. I recommend it to any die hard NES fan. And for Lukiegames, game came in perfect condition, clean as a whistle. I couldnt have been more pleased. Ill always be a Lukiegame Guy. Thanks!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Council Bluffs, Iowa on
5 Stars
My Childhood Restored
Every game I have ordered always works great. Lukie is the site I recommend to everyone I know.
Reviewed by: from Canton Pa on
5 Stars
Great game. Product in great condition and super fun guaranteed
Reviewed by: from brasil on
5 Stars
Castlevsnia 3
Game came to me from lukie games in flawless condition it works well an plays geat.
Reviewed by: from Brampton Ontario on
5 Stars
Great Games, Fast Delivery
I ordered 4 games. They were delivered fast and they were all in excellent shape. My son loves all 4 games. I am very happy and will order again in the future!!!
Reviewed by: from Virginia on
5 Stars
I remember when this first came out. I was so stoked when my friend let me borrow it for the first time. It totally did not disappoint then, nor does it now for me. Branching levels, multiple characters, and all the overall improvements over the other two (of course it goes back to the gameplay of the first game. 2 wasn't bad but 1 was more popular and less confusing)
Reviewed by: from Arkansas on
5 Stars
If you're a Castlevania fan you definitely can't miss this.
This game has got to be, in my opinion at least, the best of the three NES Castlevanias. Despite being the third in the series it's actually a prequel to the first two titles. It tells the story of the Bellmont family's first battle with the evil Count Dracula, at least before the developers messed up the timeline in future games. You play here as Trevor rather than Simon Bellmont, though the two have more or less the same powers and abilities. Unlike the first two games you actually get companions on your journey, although you can only have one with you at any given time. These are Grant Da Nasty, an undead pirate with the peculiar ability to climb walls, Sypha Belnades, a warlord and magician whose gender has been the subject of some debate for years, and Alucard, Dracula's own son, who has chosen not to follow in his father's evil. The gameplay, aside from having companions, is much the same as in the original Castlevania, though you have multiple branching paths to choose from in your quest. This means of course that you can take different routes to Dracula's castle on each playthrough. The game also features a password system the way Simon's Quest did, and that can be useful if you get a game over and want to come back to the same stage later. One of the games greatest aspects is its incredible soundtrack, which is even better than that of the original. In fact there's even a catchy remix of the first stage theme from the original Castlevania. All in all this is an excellent game that should be in any NES owner's collection, especially if that collection happens to include the other two titles in the trilogy.
Reviewed by: from Twin Falls on
4 Stars
the better game from Simon's Quest, but also hard.
this game got 4 stars for me, because of design of the game. the branching seems like a good idea. when you get grant you have to back track through the same level... what the hell? why do i have to do that? you have to back track through the same enemies and obstacles too. to me, it seem counterproductive. its still a good game, but hard.
Reviewed by: from Oakland, CA` on
5 Stars
Best of the three NES Castlevania's
Castlevania 3 takes what worked so well for the first game, takes it and triples its awesomeness. It now includes a much needed password function, it has multiple routes you can take and multiple characters you can find along the way and has slightly different endings depending on the routes you take and characters you find. The game's music and graphics are awesome, defiantly some of the best on the system. Castlevania 3 is must have for any NES lover
Reviewed by: from Calgary, Alberta, Canada on
5 Stars
Castlevania III Review
Castlevania III is the 3rd in the classic Castlevania trilogy on NES by Konami. The game is a prequel to the original, and plays much more like it too. Konami took the winning formula of the first game, and refined it with a few tweaks, added new playable characters, branching paths, and even more levels. In my opinion, this is the best Castlevania on the NES. It feels very polished, and is just as rewarding as the original. The soundtrack is phenomenal, and gameplay is as difficult as ever. Without a doubt, Castlevania III is one of the best games on the NES.
Reviewed by: from NH on

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