Despite the fact that the Netflix series is so successful that it has a sequel and players keep screaming for a return, Konami still doesn’t seem inclined to come up with anything new other than on the phone, um, for Castlevania. Probably consolation with a new compilation from the land of the kangaroos.
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A solid package
And three of them were released on that machine: Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, and Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow. The last two had the honor of being united in a double pack.
Published by Koji “IGA” Igarashi from the official Castlevania timeline, Circle of the moon is the first episode of the series to be released on Nintendo’s portable console, starting March 21, 2001. Made by Konami Kobe, it’s the first 2D “Metroidvania” since Symphony of the Night, Legends, and the Nintendo 64 shutters that preceded it. In 1830 he leads the player to the very Austrian Camilla Castle and sees us not playing a Belmont, but Nathan Graves. The game system is based on the dual setup system, magic cards that can be combined to increase stats and get magic uses.
Released in 2002, Harmony of dissonance was produced and written by Igarashi. It is set in 1748 and lets us play Simon Belmont’s grandson and Richter’s potential grandfather, Juste Belmont. Very close to the Symphony of the Night, it also features a double castle by Dracula. Books about secondary weapons are supposed to add variety to the attacks.
Aria of sorrow dates back to 2003 and brings with it one of the most popular systems for fans, which is to collect enemy souls to harness new powers – it was even possible to change them with a friend via the link cable. History projects us in 2035, 36 years after the absolute destruction of Dracula by Julius Belmont. We play Soma Cruz, a student in a solar clip, and the castle of the famous vampire who, like Alucard, is able to wield many different weapons.
These are three games that haven’t visually aged that much and can still provide hours of exciting exploration and action. It remains to be seen whether this leak will lead to an announcement anytime soon. And in the event that such a compilation comes about when adjustments are made. And why not the same with the DS shutters, the sequel to Dawn of Sorrow, the diverse Portrait of Ruin, and the extraordinary but msestim Order of Ecclesia?