Dejawolf over at itch.io is working on a remake of Castlevania using the Unreal engine it looks pretty cool so far. The first level (which includes the Giant Bat boss […]
Locomalito, the developer behind the spiritual 8-bit themed retro tribute to titles of yesteryear such as Ghouls ‘n Ghosts and Black Tiger, Maldita Castilla (among other releases), has done it […]
A few Castlevania titles were initially released exclusively in Japan, some eventually making their way over to the West more or less intact in the following years. One of those […]
Sonia Belmont, wasn’t only the first woman in the Belmont clan to challenge Dracula, she was the first Belmont to do so. At least in the world this game takes place in.
Konami wasn’t above poking fun at itself. Parodius, the first game of which came out in 1988 on the MSX, kicked off a series of titles that poked fun at […]
One of Castlevania’s best, Rondo of Blood wasn’t only a fond nod to the classic Castlevania formula but a prelude of things to come.
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night from 1997 is a game that almost needs no introduction. There’s not a lot that I can say that hasn’t been oft repeated over years […]
The Belmont curse follows the famous family all the way to Sega’s Genesis for the first — and only — time in one of the series’ best outings.
Though it came out in Japan in late 1990, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System’s 16-bit debut would hit North America in mid-1991 as their answer to Sega’s Mega Drive (the […]
Guess who’s back for another bite on the Game Boy?