Overview

Also Known As
Dracula Legend ReBirth (Japan)
Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Action
Release Date

WiiWare

  • 28th Dec 2009, 1,000 points (USA)
  • 26th Feb 2010, 1,000 points (UK/EU)
  • 27th Oct 2009 (JPN)
Series
Castlevania, Konami ReBirth

Screenshots (8)

Castlevania The Adventure ReBirth Screenshot
Castlevania The Adventure ReBirth Screenshot
Castlevania The Adventure ReBirth Screenshot
Castlevania The Adventure ReBirth Screenshot
Castlevania The Adventure ReBirth Screenshot
Castlevania The Adventure ReBirth Screenshot
Castlevania The Adventure ReBirth Screenshot
Castlevania The Adventure ReBirth Screenshot

Reviews

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    WiiWare

    Review Castlevania The Adventure ReBirth

    Vampire killing with a nostalgic twist!

    We've already seen Konami resurrect two of their most popular gaming franchises with WiiWare’s Gradius and Contra ReBirth, so it comes as no real surprise to see them giving the same treatment to yet another much-loved classic series: Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth. Despite its title, this actually has...

About The Game

Another 100 years has passed since the death of Count Dracula, but the revival of his curse has emerged once again within the realms of Transylvania.

Play the role of the ultimate gothic hero from the long lineage of vampire hunters, the Belmont clan, and rid the universe of Dracula's legion of darkness and doom. Based on the classic 1989 original Castlevania: The Adventure, the WiiWare version will allow players of a new generation and older fans to experience one of the most popular games within the storied Castlevania timeline from a new perspective.

Features

  • Revamped graphics for the Wii: Completely new graphical presentation designed for the Wii platform while simultaneously staying true to the original GameBoy version.
  • Quintessential Castlevania Action: Combines fast-paced 2-D side scroller action/adventure immersing players into the world of Dracula as players assume the role of Christopher Belmont, great-grandfather of Simon.
  • Upgradable Weaponry: Progressively enhanced weapons, most notably the whip and various versions ranging from standard to flame.
  • Originally designed by the master, Koji Igarashi: The man that has been behind the storied franchise on various Nintendo platforms for years brings his latest vision to the Wii.