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THIS IS THE BIGGEST LOAD OF HORSESHIT I HAVE EVER SEEN IN A VIDEO GAME

>> No.4562150

>>4561954
>He didn't buy 9 pot roasts, med kits and chickens.
And don't give me that whiny shit, this si something you prepare for in every final Dracula fight in a Castlevania game wherte you can buy items

>> No.4562161

>>4561954
Haven't played LoD yet but Drac was pathetically easy in 64, both old and young and demon forms.

>> No.4562174

>>4562150
This.
Still sucks ass though and probably would have felt some rage if I didn't cheese it

>> No.4562624

>>4561954
Protip: turn off slideshow mode. Assuming you aren’t an emufag.

>> No.4562637

Better than sotn

>> No.4562661

>>4562161
I just started 64 and noticed it seems pretty easy. I'm not very far, just beat the second boss. Does the game increase at all in difficulty/complexity?

>> No.4562667

>>4562661
3rd level (the villa) changes the linear structure of the first 2 levels and goes for a more adventure, survival horror-y design where you have to explore a mansion and fight some enemies.
Fighting vampires is a bit challenging.
Levels like Tower of Sorcery also ramp up the difficulty in terms of platforming.

>> No.4562681

>>4562667
Sounds like I have things to look forward to, thanks anon

>> No.4562765

>>4562661
IMO the first two levels of CV64 are the weakest. The game only gets better after them. This is also a big part of why I think CV64 is so underrated, cause the beginning is a bit weak.

>> No.4562770

>>4562765
Especially if you play as Reinhardt, his second level is fucking garbage (the underground tunnel).

>> No.4562786

>>4562624

I am emulating

>> No.4562812

>>4562637
WOW, okay, that's a wild claim. I love the Castlevania's on the N64 to death. And it most certainly is a much more streamlined game when compared to sotn. But I wouldn't say it's better than sotn

>> No.4562832

>>4562786
Then you’re a faggot. Just savescum bitch.

>> No.4562835

Lament of Innocence is the only good 3D castlevania

>> No.4562846

>>4562832

>hear everyone say C64 sucks
>legacy of darkness is $35 minimum on ebay

gee, Im sorry for wanting to see if Id get my money's worth

>> No.4562857
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>>4562846
Whoaaaa a whole 35 dollars?! That’s like your whole wages for a day! You’d have to skip at least 4 trips to McDonalds to save up that much! And damn, it really stinks that once you buy the game, you’re stuck with it for life!

>> No.4562886

>>4562857

fuck you, Ive been collecting an n64 library. There's literally nothing wrong with emulating it

>> No.4563214

>>4562812
Better than sotn

>> No.4563445

>>4562812
If you like classicvanias you'll prefer CV64. If you like metroid you'll prefer SotN. Simple as that. For me, CV64 is more enjoyable to replay than the snorefest that is SotN.

>> No.4565282

>>4562150
I mean, in Igavanias it's generally more fun to see if you can do it genuinely and without cheesing it with healing items simply by learning Drac's patterns, but I see your point.

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