Is ‘Lords of Exile’ Here to Take You Through a Walk Down Memory Lane by Making you Reminiscence the Good Old Days of ‘Castlevania’? Let’s Find Out.

By Morning Picker

Many such games were released afterward by Nintendo, and NES games were all the rage, Castlevania still stood as one of the top contenders and helped in Nintendo becoming a big name in the market. It eventually led to its debut in PlayStation in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, which was a brilliant game and remains popular to this day. Intro Click for More ducing Lords of ExileThat was a long Castlevania rant. It keeps the classic NES Castlevania elements in mind, which mainly includes the art and looks every bit as cool as the game that started it all. It’s described as a “side-scrolling action platformer with classical retro mechanics and linear level design” on the developer’s official website. Click for More