Top 10 Hardest Castlevania Bosses

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21Frankenstein's Monster (Castlevania NES)
22Galamoth (Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night)
23Gaibon (Super Castlevania 4)
24Death (Aria of Sorrow)

This boss has lots of tricks and moves that you may need a few potions to get through him. If you are good this dodging little attacks you will be fine.

Definitely the most challenging boss in the game. Something to note is that he gets a lot harder in hard mode than the other bosses seem to.

25Ultimate Dracula (Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness)

Ultimate Dracula is what happens when Dracula decides to go Bullet Hell mode on you. There's so much stuff going on screen at once, it's hard to even see what did hit you. Not to mention, he can launch you intto the air and then bombard you with as many attacks as he wants to. AND THERE'S NOTHING YOU CAN DO. There is no pattern, just random attacks coming from all directions. Even his own attacks spawn more random attacks, so good luck trying to play survival with him;you won't last much.

26Death (Castlevania: Curse of Darkness)

He is so hard to beat. first of all, you fight him right after beating isaac (2nd battle) no chance to heal, secondly he is so damn strong! And I don't even want to talk about how difficult it is to steal from him!

27Dracula (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night Richter Playthrough PSX)

Playing as Alucard didn't make the boss challenging because you could easily have 700 HP due to the leveling system and extreme item bonuses while fighting Dracula. With Richter however, you only get your whip and Richter's moves.

28Dracula (Super Castlevania 4)
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