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Castlevania Portrait of Ruin DS Game
Castlevania Portrait of Ruin DS Game
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Castlevania Portrait of Ruin DS Game

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Celebrating 20 years of vampire hunting action, the legendary Castlevania series is back with an all-new action packed adventure. The pair – vampire hunter Jonathan Morris and Charlotte Orlean, a young girl with magical abilities – must work to thwart a plan to resurrect Dracula's Castle and unleash a reign of evil upon the unsuspecting world, all within a new World War II setting. In addition to Jonathan's weapon expertise and Charlotte's spell-casting, both characters can utilize all-new 'Summon' attacks to raise demons to assist them against the Vampire sisters' army.

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Action & Adventure


Nintendo DS


Region Free



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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Castlevania Portrait of Ruin
I love castlevania, the timing couldn't be better I'm stuck in quarantine for 5 days so I'm passing the time exploring Dracula's castle and finding the secrets that holds. It's a shame some wanna be vampires trying to run the place though.
Reviewed by: from Paola on
5 Stars
Best DS Vania?
Great game, and in excellent condition. Also, arrived much faster than expected. I've played this one, as well as the other two DS Castlevanias, before. All three are great, but this is my current favourite.
Reviewed by: from Nova Scotia on
5 Stars
Castlevania Portrait of Ruin
Game is fun hard to get past first level in game.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Laceys Spring on
5 Stars
castlevania portrait of ruin
I agree with santino great g used without box game w/out box,game still plays great, and I agree it is a great game l
Reviewed by: from brielle nj on
5 Stars
Do not believe the review of Andrew of USA
First, the game is not frustrating at all. I find that it is well balanced, like the vast majority of other Castlevania games. Secondly, is it repetitive, yes, but tell me of a Castlevania game after Symphony of the Night that isn't since most of them are RPG and therefore, repetitive by nature. Thirdly, the characters aren't pleasing to the eye and their faces are blurred. All the characters of every game of Castlevania on the GBA and the DS have all of their faces blurred, so once again, not something new. Fourthly, the boss battles are too long. That is one of the appeal for these types of game. If the boss battles were to short, now I would understand, but once again, for a Castlevania game, it's normal and even desired. So in conclusion, Castlevania Portrait of Ruin is, in my humble opinion, one of the best DS game and one of the best Castlevania game. Period.
Reviewed by: from Montréal on
3 Stars
Tiresome and repetitive.
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin is an rpg style game much like Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. You level up your characters while collecting improved weapons, armor, potions, and other items. However unlike Symphony of the Night, you play as two characters, either together or one at a time, in order to solve puzzles or to increase your power in battle. Unfortunately, Portrait of Ruin is too frustrating and repetitive to live up to its predecessor. Pros: As with all castlevania's the music is excellent. Gameplay is nearly as flawless as in SOTN. Visually most of the game is quite satisfying. Cons: Your characters aren't very pleasing to the eye, with their faces being a blur even when standing still. The boss battles are too long, and even when you master a pattern you can find yourself taking 20 minutes or more to defeat a boss, and often make mistakes out of sheer boredom. There is a lot of back tracking, both required, and for buying items. Although not necessarily a bad game, you will find that after the first hour or so the game simply repeats the same tricks. If you're into 2d platforming-rpg's, it's worth it to give this game a shot, otherwise you may find the progression too slow.
Reviewed by: from USA on

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