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Castlevania: Judgment by Konami




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Castlevania: Judgment is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: Konami
  • Developer: Konami
  • Category: Fighting

Product Details:

The battle between good and evil continues with Castlevania Judgment, the first Castlevania title for the Wii. Castlevania Judgment brings together the many generations of heroic vampire hunters, including the fearsome Belmont clan, as well as Dracula's most formidable allies, and pits them against one another in the first Castlevania fighting game ever created! Choose sides from a collection of 14 battle-tested warriors in a clash of epic proportions that will span the depths of time.

Product Features

  • Select from many of your favorite characters from the 22 years of Castlevania games.
  • Characters designed by the famous manga artist Takeshi Obata.
  • Gorgeous characters and 3D environments rendered beautifully on the Wii.
  • Battle across several stages with environmental elements you can use to your advantage in battle, including objects to pick up and throw.
  • Engage in head-to-head battle via Wi-Fi connectivity.
  • Connect with Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (DS) to unlock special items
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Too Bad Honestly, I enjoyed this game. Well, that is, until my parents took it away from me. The game is fun, but challenging. Just a warning for parents, this game is a little inappropriate. Dracula is listed as "The King of Demons", there is a vampire lady who "enjoys bathing in the blood of innocents", and the women in the game, well, aren't quite appropriate in the way they are designed. So that's that. Also warning for anyone not legally an adult if you have christian parents, avoid this one until you go to college.
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Won't For Less Than This I expect no less from the illustrator that brought us "Hikaru No Go", "Death Note"; the action by the 8ing (Eighting) company; and the memorable characters from Konami. The storyline of this fighting game makes a rather good follow-up to the Castlevania series; of course when it comes to taste to an individual character and the lack of more fighters in the beat-em-up, we can't all be winners.
Date published: 2015-10-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from New Spin to the Castlevania Series I have played alot of Castlevania games as I got older. Every single one has made me crave more, or sequels. This game makes me crave another fighter with a bigger roster of characters. The controls for the Wii remote and Nunchuck are simple enough, but some fights take some time to figure out how to beat the character. I highly reccomend this to people who need a break from Super Smash Bros. and Zelda. Also, I wish that they would've switched out Golem for Soma Cruz.
Date published: 2012-06-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good Concept, Poor Execution Castlevania Judgment trades the series' signature hack and slash gameplay for a 1 on 1 fighting formula...but don't get too excited. It's a good concept, really--but everything about this game feels like a missed opportunity. The combat is VERY simplistic, resembling more of a competitive action game than a true arcade fighter (think Power Stone or Super Smash Bros., only much less polished). Battles quickly devolve into pressing the same button 3 or 4 times, then tacking on a simple finisher to perform the one effective combo each character has. The inclusion of special items in the stages offers a little variety, but they're not particularly useful in a heated match. Most of Castlevania's mainstay characters are here in some shape or form, but good luck recognizing them (Simon has been reduced to a skinny emo guy, Grant looks like a mummy, and Death is now some sort of robo-skeleton). To make matters worse, the story and spoken dialogue are awful...and the load times between matches aren't too fast either. On a positive note, the soundtrack is excellent--full of redone versions of classic Castlevania tunes. As a long-time Castlevania fan, I really wanted to like Judgment...but it's a sub-par effort at best. If you do decide to give this one a try, I recommend using the Classic controller--which IS supported here, thankfully--as the standard controls involve shaking the wii remote continuously to attack, which can tire your wrist quickly.
Date published: 2012-01-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Castlevania fans turn away I bought this game over the summer. While it isn't the best game overall, especially in a series with as much acclaim as Castlevania, it CAN provide some degree of fun. The controls may seem dumb and frustrating, but the game does have a degree of challenge to it. And no, the controls are not what's challenging. Certain stages can use the hazards around to make the already frustrating fight that much more frustrating. The array of characters is decent enough, although one should wonder why the heck Golem was included. At all. Being a huge fan of the series I felt disappointed that Richter wasn't included. The storyline leaves a lot to be desired. Through my 2.5 hour playthrough (That's all the time it took, this game is really really short.), I was constantly facepalming at the way they massacred the entire series characters and storyline. Even for an addict such as myself, this game doesn't give one the fix they need when they want a GOOD Castlevania game. Bottom line, while the game isn't as terrible as Simon's Quest, the game was a MAJOR letdown. If you own a Wii, and are willing to spend some extra cash, pick up a Wii Points card and buy Rondo of Blood. Rondo will be the best way to forget this monstrosity. Trust me, I'm a doctor.
Date published: 2011-11-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Its a new taste to old characters The thing about this game is that i was an experimental idea into the realm of fighters. Its not meant to be canon and its not meant to be super special, a hardcore castelvania fan will love it but to must others it could be a push off. Its fighting style is very well in-tuned to the Wii's controls but lacks the technical levels of Street Fighter or Mortal kombat so its not Tournament worthy. Its story is little but it does have some funny lines of dialogue. The voice actors are famous in the anime world and are well casted for each character and the character themselves are all fresh looking compared to there original sprite forms. Overall its just something to have some fun with and sure it can get old but if you have a friend it can be fun plus at the used price its worth it.
Date published: 2011-09-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from FUN. Gets old verry fast This game is cool just it gets old realy fast. if you have wondered about buying this game..........DONT.
Date published: 2011-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Castlevania Game! I love that it is a fun combat game and I love that their isn't that much weapons. I love the selection for the characters and I'm glad the game has a arcade! However it takes forever to save because you must battle like 7 to 12 people to complete a course. Other than I love this game.
Date published: 2011-04-05
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