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Castlevania 35th Anniversary NFT - Logo - 01

An NFT collection celebrating Castlevania's 35th anniversary. Part of the Konami Memorial NFT set.

Contents[]

Image Name
(OpenSea external link)
Description Initial fetch
(Etherium)
Notes
Dracula's Castle Pixel Art
Castlevania - Dracula's Castle Pixel Art Original pixel art newly drawn for "KONAMI MEMORIAL NFT". The art is based on the Dracula's Castle map that appears in-game, with the corresponding stages and the creatures added to relive the contents of Castlevania.
7.718
($25,601.80)
Had highest initial fetch price.
Vampire Killer NFT
Castlevania - Vampire Killer Block 1 BGM from Castlevania, the first in the series. Alongside Bloody Tears and Beginning, this is one of the most representative songs of the early Castlevania series.
2.898
($9,613.74)
Features Vampire Killer
Bloody Tears Famicon
Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (Family Computer ver.) - Bloody Tears BGM from Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, the second in the series, used in most external stages during daytime. This data is composed of the Family Computer Disk System version of Castlevania II: Simon's Quest that was released in Japan, and uses both the sound source of the Family Computer and extended sound source of the Disk System. Trademarks are a property of their respective owners. Family Computer is a trademark of Nintendo.
2.6
($8,625.16)
Features Bloody Tears
Bloody Tears NES
Castlevania: Simon's Quest (Nintendo Entertainment System ver.) - Bloody Tears BGM from Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, the second in the series, used in most external stages during daytime. This data is composed of the Nintendo Entertainment System ROM cartridge version of Castlevania II: Simon's Quest released in the U.S. and Europe. BGM only consists of Nintendo Entertainment System sound sources, where specific arrangements are different from the Japanese version. Trademarks are a property of their respective owners. Nintendo Entertainment System is a trademark of Nintendo.
2.5
($8,293.42)
Features Bloody Tears
Beginning Famicom
Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (Family Computer ver.) - Beginning BGM from Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, the third in the series, used in the first Church and Town, and the Cemetery Stage. This data is the ROM cartridge version released in Japan, and the profound melody of 6 chords using the sound source LSI "VRC VI" developed by KONAMI for the Family Computer is still highly appreciated by the Castlevania fans. Trademarks are a property of their respective owners. Family Computer is a trademark of Nintendo.
2.88
($9,554.03)
Features Beginning
Beginning NES
Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (Nintendo Entertainment System ver.) - Beginning BGM from Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, the third in the series, used in the first Church and Town, and the Cemetery Stage. This data is from ROM cartridges released in the U.S. and Europe without the LSI sound source "VRC VI", and the arrangement differs from the version released in Japan. The primitive yet profound melody of the Nintendo Entertainment System's three chords brings out the best of retro game music. Trademarks are a property of their respective owners. Nintendo Entertainment System is a trademark of Nintendo.
2.73
($9,056.42)
Features Beginning
Circle of the Moon - Visual Art - 01
Castlevania: Circle of the Moon - Main Visual Art JP ver. We have picked up the main visual art from the Japanese version of Castlevania: Circle of the Moon. The art foreshadows the beginning of the fight to the death between the protagonist Nathan and Dracula.
4
($13,269.48)
Circle of the Moon - Visual Art - 02
Castlevania: Circle of the Moon - Main Visual Art Global ver. We have picked up the main visual art from the Global version of Castlevania: Circle of the Moon. The art illustrates the protagonist Nathan determination to save his master, with the Dracula’s Castle in the background.
5.27
($17,482.37)
Castlevania Highlights
Castlevania - Highlights This is a highlight movie edited from a numerous amount of gameplay videos, focusing on scenes that are the most memorable to Castlevania fans. The video condenses the records of the great vampire hunter Simon Belmont's attack into the Dracula’s Castle, to 3 minutes and 34 seconds.
5.281
($17,518.95)
Created by gathering Konami employees who had played Castlevania during their childhoods, recording their gameplay, and adding the most impressive Castlevania scenes.
Axe Vs Phantom Bat
Castlevania - Axe VS Phantom Bat Game-play video featuring the Axe, one of the Weapons in Castlevania. The axe is capable of attacking upward, which is the blind spot of the whip, and has the characteristic of penetrating enemies. It was particularly useful in the battle against the Bats.
2.527
($8,383.81)
Features fight against Phantom Bat. See also Retro Axe.
Watch vs Queen Medusa
Castlevania - Watch VS Queen Medusa Game-play video featuring the Watch, one of the Weapons in Castlevania. The Watch was a very powerful sub-weapon that could effectively beat block 1 and 2 boss fights with no damage.
2.8
($9,288.64)
Features fight against Queen Medusa
Dagger vs Frankenstein and Igor
Castlevania - Dagger VS Frankenstein & Igor Game-play video featuring the Dagger, one of the Weapons in Castlevania. The Dagger is the first sub-weapon to drop in the game, but as you get better at using the whip, it becomes less and less useful...
2.2
($7,298.21)
Features fight against Frankenstein and Igor. See also Retro Dagger. Had lowest initial fetch price.
Boomerang vs Death
Castlevania - Boomerang VS Death Game-play video featuring the Boomerang, one of the Weapons in Castlevania. The Reaper, who appears in the video, is one of the most powerful bosses in Castlevania and stood in front of many players. The Boomerang is a sub-weapon that becomes more powerful when you acquire a power-up item, utilized in this gameplay.
2.646
($8,777.76)
Features fight against Death. See also Retro Boomerang.
Holy Water Vs Dracula
Castlevania - Holy Water VS Dracula Game-play video featuring the Holy Water, one of the Weapons in Castlevania. The Holy Water can stop the boss from moving while it is being burned by fire, hence made it a powerful tool against bosses. There was a heated debate back then, whether the Holy Water or the Boomerang was better in beating the last boss, Dracula...
3.039
($10,080.71)
Features fight against Dracula. See also Retro Fire Bomb.

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