Never watched the show, but I've heard that is pretty good
What's on your mind?
Firstly is during the attack on Dracula's castle, Alucard uses his wolf form and his sword in a similar manner to the legendary boss Great Wolf Sif. This is a more speculative link and at first I thought it might not be related. However 5 seconds later Sypha uses her ice magic in an interesting way.
So, what was it that convinced me that it was a reference/inspired scene. While the thought of Alucard's Sif impersonation was fresh in my mind, Sypha arranges her ice spikes halo-like around her head, unfortunately I only could be bothered to get a pic with the spikes infront. But her magic almost seems to mimic the magic used in the soul series, that magic being demon's souls' "homing soul arrow", even having a very similar colour. This visual aspect carried on throughout the souls series, and was fresh in my head from the demon's souls remake.
(This isn't the best image to represent my point, however it was the only pic of the spikes I could find, and I wasn't going to comb through the episode)
Tell me what you think
Im stuck, nowhere to go
Does anyone know if Konami has plans to actually attempt to fix the game and release it world-wide? Or is Konami just dying slowly in all of their Intellectual Properties?
Im abby and i got into castlevania cuz of my dad and im a living walk through of ston cuz of my dad
So I was playing Harmony of Dissonance for the first time and before going to the final boss I decided to equip the item with most defense in every slot. So I searched in the Wiki and for the best Ring (which is equipped as a Goods item) I found two candidates, the Crested Band and the Silver Bangle. The text above the Item Data table in both pages states that the Silver Bangle is the superior item with +20 Def. compared to the Crested Band which gives +15 Def. However in the tables it states that Silver Bangle gives +10 Def while Crested Band gives +15. In my experience from playing my copy, which is a non Double Pack American copy, I found the information in the tables to be true. I'd edit the pages but first I'd like to ask if anyone knows weather it is a version difference and in some versions the Silver Bungle gives +10 Def. and in some others it gives +20.
I would really like to delve into the lore of Castlevania. And that includes manga and novels. Right away I was stuck when I couldn't find the second manga of "Curse of Darkness" (Akumajō Dracula: Yami no Juin).. does anyone know where I can find him? any site that has castlevania mangas or something?
(sorry for my broken english)
By adding this article, i would be more direct into finding and compiling similarities and differences between both media.
When someone clicks on an image in a gallery to see more information on the file, see its full size, or to download it, they are taken to another page, instead. For instance, many images in the Alucard Gallery simply link back to the gallery page. Others link to Ayami Kojima's page. Can someone please fix this? It's been like this for a while now, and no other fandom wikis that I know of do this.
I wanted to share this video with you, because I've never seen anyone else ever make a video about all the hidden features in the first Castlevania. Lots of people know about the -minus level in the original NES 'Super Mario Bros'. But Castlevania also had a similar area, and ways to pass through walls, and other objects that were only possible to get with a cheat coode. I made this video showing all it's hidden secrets.
Castlevania 1 NES,, Bonus Item Locations, Unreachable Areas, and Glitch Room
Ive been noticing a lot of characters wearing a type of cloth around their waist. It looks cool but I want to know what its called officially and if its some type of old clothing tradition. Does it have any historical background or something?
Currently there is a contest for the Fan game Card Saga Wars. The winner of it all gets a stage and songs to go with it.
Be sure to vote for Alucard here!
How about make all new bosses all new enemies new entire stage
Myself it's symphony of the night, for multiple reasons. Including the fact that it proved that 2D platformers aren't dead.
It saddens me when someone says the 3D Castlevania games before Lords of Shadow are inferior to their 2D counterpart, and find the LoS entries to be the best 3D CVs made. Worst of all, people don't give the N64 titles a chance. Castlevania 64 and Legacy of Darkness are put aside as titles some people want to forget exist. I love the N64 entries, and to me they're the greatest Castlevania games ever made. I find Lords of Shadow to be a step backwards compared to Legacy of Darkness. The levels are great, having four playable characters, upgradeable sub-weapons, vampires to fight other than Dracula who are normal enemies rather than just bosses and who can infect you with vampirism, the locations, day and night cycle, the soundtrack, and more! It's also more Castlevania than LoS in my opinion.
CV64 is different from LoD, the later being an upgraded version of the original. In Castlevania 64 there's only two playable characters, non-upgradeable sub-weapons, smaller enemy roster than LoD but still enough, and a non-controllable camera. That shouldn't mean the game is bad. It's terrific, and feels different than LoD. It also has different level layouts. When I first read a post from someone that said Legacy of Darkness was missing a few things from the original version, I was worried. However, that doesn't seem to be the case so far, with the Forest of Silence still having elements of the original but with a different level layout, the Castle Keep still having the same layout but with the doors being different and also sort of different enemy placements (maybe the doors and enemy changes are only for Cornell), and the mansion having new puzzles (maybe for Cornell only?) but is intact along with the garden maze. Maybe the user said that for Reinhardt and Carrie's scenarios? Once I unlock the characters, I'll see if they have been edited or not.
Thing is, you should get both games if you can and see the changes made to the gameplay and levels. To me, they feel different, but have the same story. Legacy of Darkness is non-canon to the Iga timeline, so the game is its own universe. I find that nice. :D