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61. Posted: Tue 19th Oct 2010 10:02 BST
On the contrary, I believe an anime style does work for Castlevania.
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Edited on Tue 19th October, 2010 @ 10:08 by Bass_X0
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62. Posted: Tue 19th Oct 2010 10:07 BST
@Bass Yeah, you're right. Anime + Castlevania = Rocks!
Edited on Tue 19th October, 2010 @ 11:47 by Gamesake
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63. Posted: Tue 19th Oct 2010 11:35 BST
It may work, but it's definitly not better. I much prefer the 80's/early 90's masculin legandary-like Artwork from Castlevania I-IV. And there's the Art style from SOTN, most of the GBA and 3D Castlevani games which have a more darker and gothic approach, yet it's still Anime-ish.I'm not crazy over that style, it all looks rather dead and boring to me.
Edited on Tue 19th October, 2010 @ 11:39 by WaveBoy
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64. Posted: Tue 19th Oct 2010 12:10 BST
Rondo for me. Difficulty is fine.
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65. Posted: Tue 19th Oct 2010 14:52 BST
1) Super Castlevania IV2) Castlevania III Draculas Curse3) Rondo of blood
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66. Posted: Wed 20th Oct 2010 01:01 BST
How is Bloodlines? You'd think Konami would throw it on the VC for this Halloween, perfect timing no?
thats what i was thinking too, i used to rent it so id get it
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67. Posted: Wed 20th Oct 2010 02:17 BST
And while I liked Castlevania ReBirth....It just felt a wee' bit unoriginal.
It's supposed to be though. It's very intentionally a throwback to the 16-bit era Castlevania titles. It wasn't created to do anything original or ground breaking. It was created purely for old school Castlevania fans who don't like the newer "Metroidvania" games.
68. Posted: Wed 20th Oct 2010 02:23 BST
WaveBoy wrote:And while I liked Castlevania ReBirth....It just felt a wee' bit unoriginal.It's supposed to be though. It's very intentionally a throwback to the 16-bit era Castlevania titles. It wasn't created to do anything original or ground breaking. It was created purely for old school Castlevania fans who don't like the newer "Metroidvania" games.
Plus it was a reimagining of an old Castlevania game.
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69. Posted: Wed 20th Oct 2010 02:36 BST
I've just got through playing (not on VC) several levels of Castlevania III and I gotta say it's pretty solid. Not as good as Rondo or IV, but still pretty good. Definitely the best out of the NES trilogy so far.
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70. Posted: Wed 20th Oct 2010 02:46 BST
Super Castlevania IV was my first non-metroidvania game in the series.
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71. Posted: Wed 20th Oct 2010 03:11 BST
I know, it's basically just a giant retro Castlevania remix which pays tribute to the GameBoy Castelvania games, which was the same deal with Contra ReBirth. I guess what I'm saying is, is that the level design look-wise for the most part felt alittle lacking...I mean the stages looked great, but the design itself with the patterns and so on began to get a bit repetitive and lack luster. It's a still pretty damn goodCastlevania game, and the Boss battles easily had of been the main high lite.
If only it were a tad longer though, but in no way did it feel as unsatisfying as the super short Contra ReBirth. And I gotta say, Stage 3's Music 'New Messia' is freaking awesome, I recognised right away from Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge.
72. Posted: Wed 20th Oct 2010 03:19 BST
@Waveboy: Agreed, Stage 3's music definitely is full of awesomeness. My favorite track would definitely have to be Stage 1's. Love the Bloodlines Stage 1 remix. <3
Edited on Wed 20th October, 2010 @ 03:19 by cheetahman91
73. Posted: Thu 21st Oct 2010 03:43 BST
My favorite tune from Rebirth, though they're all great.[youtube:tViz7huwhJA]Anyone know where it's from, originally? I'm assuming it's a remix of an older tune, but I don't remember it.
74. Posted: Thu 21st Oct 2010 07:13 BST
@Chicken BrutusApperantly it's from Castlevania: Haunted Castle which was a crummy looking Castlevania Arcade game. And funny enough it was the ranking screen theme.
Edited on Thu 21st October, 2010 @ 07:14 by WaveBoy
75. Posted: Thu 21st Oct 2010 11:53 BST
Oh wow, I didn't even know there was a Castlevania arcade game! Kudos to them for resurrecting this song from it, it's an excellent little tune. (Better than a ranking screen deserves, really!)
76. Posted: Sat 25th Feb 2012 03:19 GMT
Castlevainia 3 wins because the name Alucard is the coolest name in existence.
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77. Posted: Sat 25th Feb 2012 04:35 GMT
Ok if thats a reason than SotN would win because Alucard is the main character instead of just a sidekick like in Castlevania 3.
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78. Posted: Sat 25th Feb 2012 13:44 GMT
I prefer Super Castlevania IV to be honest. Castlevania III is second then Rondo of Blood.
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79. Posted: Sat 25th Feb 2012 20:46 GMT
I never played the NES Castlevania games growing up, so maybe that's why I can't get into them now. I would say Super Castlevania IV is my favorite Castlevania game on the VC, followed by Rondo of Blood.
80. Posted: Mon 27th Feb 2012 16:06 GMT
Rondo of Blood is the best, and 2nd place Castlevania III.
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