“What is a man? A Miserable little pile of secrets!”
More than ten years after the series’ Famicom debut, director Toru Hagihara fully integrated exploration and RPG elements into the traditional linear, gothic action-platforming of Konami’s Akumaj? Dracula (Devil’s Castle Dracula) series. The result was one of the most celebrated 2D titles of all time: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Leon, Josh, Karl and special guest Andi Hamilton of Midnight Resistance go out this evening for pleasure, while the night is still young.
1: Moonlight Nocturne by Michiru Yamane
2: Dracula’s Castle by Michiru Yamane
3: Prayer by Michiru Yamane
4: Prologue by Michiru Yamane
Cane and Rinse 84 was edited by Darren Gargette
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Darren gives us a look at Konami’s classic side scrolling action role playing video game Castlevania: Symphony of the Night:
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