(GBA / Game Boy Advance)

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (GBA / Game Boy Advance)

Game Profile

As Nathan Graves, you must storm Dracula's castle to save your mentor, who will otherwise be used to restore Dracula to his full power.

Battle the evil lord's minions with your trusty whip, and gain experience points as well as other useful items and weapons. Defeat bosses and gain special abilities that aid in exploring new areas of the castle. Hours of monster-slaying action await you in five different game modes. Can you rid the world of Dracula's evil once and for all?

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Lee Meyer

Over the moon

Konami's Castlevania has changed directions in recent years, with the Lords of Shadow titles polarizing fans of the long-running series. That's why fans of the "Metroidvania" outings should flock to the Wii U eShop and download the Game Boy Advance...

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User Comments (10)



ueI said:

No descriptions, images, or comments? How long has this page been around? A review for this game would be a good read.



SamuraiShyGuy said:

Lol, I feel like I've just entered a lost dimension. Hey there uel. Castlevania: Circle of the Moon is the only Castlevania I've ever played. I never beat it though.



Dr_Salvador said:

SotN is the only Metroidvania I completed, and as Circle of the Moon is the next in line it would be nice with a review to find out if it´s any good! NL, wouldn't you help the three of us out?



dkxcalibur said:

It's good. I played both SotN and Circle of the Moon. While SotN is better, Circle is still very worth playing.



Omenapoika said:

This one was the lamest of the gba castlevanias: slower and clunkier controls, small sprites and drab look at times, the map design and exploring is not even close to what the following titles have. But still a pretty good game! I'm expecting a 7/10 for the wii u vc version
The later gba castlevanias started the triumph that was the ds castlevanias, which rock everyone's socks.



edgedino said:

Circle of the moon is good from what ik but then again the only castlevania games I ever played is lament of innocence and curse of darkness and nvr completed either of them.



SethBlizzard said:

The worst of the trinity of GBA Castlevanias. Unremarkable visuals, extraordinarily unresponsive controls and terrible item placement. I give it a 6/10.



ogo79 said:

you dont...really mean that. i understand you just want to be different.
embrace the circle of the moon and do not be afraid of the night.
become one with the night.

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