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Classic Game Room CASTLEVANIA THE ADVENTURE for Game Boy review

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Classic Game Room CASTLEVANIA THE ADVENTURE for Game Boy review
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Classic Game Room reviews CASTLEVANIA: THE ADVENTURE for Game Boy from Konami released in 1989. This straight forward 2D platformer has you playing as an ancestor of Simon Belmont hunting down that bad guy Dracula! This CGR video review of Castlevania The Adventure has gameplay from Castlevania The Adventure on Nintendo Gameboy from 1989.

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