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Castlevania: Portrait Of Ruin [Nintendo DS] from HMV - £11.99 (+5% Quidco)
Castlevania: Portrait Of Ruin [Nintendo DS] from HMV - £11.99 (+5% Quidco)

Castlevania: Portrait Of Ruin [Nintendo DS] from HMV - £11.99 (+5% Quidco)

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HMV are selling "Castlevania: Portrait Of Ruin" for the Nintendo DS for £11.99 (inc Del)

You can get cashback through the usual places (e.g. 5% Quidco, making it just £11.39)

The next best price seems to be £16.99 from SoftUK.

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'Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin' gives the player control of two different characters. The pair vampire hunter Jonathan Morris and Charlotte Aulin, 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.

The new setting captures the chaos and suffering the era, with thousands of lost souls wandering the world in search of salvation. Desperate to escape the limbo within their exist, the misguided spirits seek to rebuild Dracula's Castle from its ruins, and are lead by a pair of evil Vampire sisters out to resurrect their master's home for their own nefarious plans. Thrown together, Jonathan and Charlotte must combine their unusual skill sets to defeat the plans and restore harmony.

Retaining the same 2D platform realms for which the series is famed, 'Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin' uses a side-on view to oversee the scrolling stages. Players can switch freely between Jonathan and Charlotte as they progress through the levels, using their skills when appropriate. In addition to Jonathan's weapon expertise and Charlotte's spell-casting, both characters can utilise all-new 'Summon' attacks to raise demons to assist them against the Vampire sisters' army. Similarly, more conventional weapons can also be found on route, and saved for use against the hardier monsters that await in the shadows.

6 Comments

Do people still buy DS games!?

Original Poster

GAVINLEWISHUKD;1865686

Do people still buy DS games!?



Yeah, I would imagine so. Good job too or the pirates wouldn't have any software to steal. :roll:

nightswimmer;1865718

Yeah, I would imagine so. Good job too or the pirates wouldn't have any … Yeah, I would imagine so. Good job too or the pirates wouldn't have any software to steal. :roll:



Not me, left mine in the seat pocket on the plane back from gran canaria. Never to be seen again. So somebody had a good holiday, or the cabin crew's kids!

Original Poster

GAVINLEWISHUKD;1865721

Not me, left mine in the seat pocket on the plane back from gran canaria. … Not me, left mine in the seat pocket on the plane back from gran canaria. Never to be seen again. So somebody had a good holiday, or the cabin crew's kids!



Ouch. :-( Did you try getting in touch with the airline/airport?

Superb game.

Great game, good price, surprised it is this low in a high street store. Hmm...perhaps the 'pirates' are hitting them more than I thought...
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