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In the year 2035, the citizens of Japan eagerly await the first full solar eclipse of the twenty-first century. A young high school exchange student by the name of Soma Cruz ventures to Habuka Shrine to witness the spectacle. Upon entering the gates of the shrine, Soma and his friend Mina are transported to the very doorsteps of a foreboding castle. Players assume the role of Soma on a quest to unravel the mystery of Castlevania.
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ESRB:  T - (Teen)
Number of Players:  2
Publisher:  Konami
Release Date:  9 May, 2003
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review by . July 17, 2003
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Pros: Finally, a true spiritual successor to Symphony of the Night     Cons: EGM was right - Soma has a distressingly femenine appearence     The Bottom Line: It's "Metroidvania!" Need I say more?     You’ve gotta love Konami’s newfound affinity for musical terms. It makes their Castlevania series seem just that much more ominous. Symphony of the Night sounds much more interesting than something like Alucard’s Quest. Then there …
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