Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse returned to the original Castlevania formula and added more to it to become the best of the NES trilogy.
Being one of the earliest horror-themed arcade games, Splatterhouse is a beat ’em up classic forgotten by time and even its own developer.
Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest is the black sheep of the series, and for good reason. It’s a hurricane of frustration from beginning to end!
Master of Darkness, a game where you fight monsters with a long-ranged weapon and confront Dracula. Wait, are you sure this isn’t Castlevania?