Hi Clement,

That would depend on a number of factors like if you have any vision,
if you have sighted assistance, if you played the game before, etc.
Its playable if you have a bit of sighted assistance and you've
memorized where all the spike traps are, pools of blood, and so forth
but if you can't see them and don't know where they are then it will
be a very short game indeed. :D

For instance, let's take the Frankenstine's Monster level. I want to
say its level 8 or so. After killing the knight at the end of level 7
the floor opens up and Simon Belmont falls into a torture chamber,
area. There are all kinds of traps from crushing spikes, swinging
Pendulums, to pools of blood. Not to mention various monsters like
giant spiders, flying evil eyes, and undead knights swinging axes.
Basically, its a pretty difficult level even for someone with sight,
and for us its more so as we have to count steps and try and time our
jumps as best as we can. Some sighted assist is almost necessary for
this level because its too difficult to react to the traps and
monsters in time. A lot of Super NES games have this problem.



On 8/4/11, Clement Chou <chou.clem...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Tom. I'm curious... how playable is Super Castlevania playability wise?

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