[Trailer] Fan Project ‘Castlevania: Seal of the Eclipse’ Takes Inspiration From ‘Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon’ and ‘Dracula’s Curse’

We’ve gotten a bunch of Resident Evil, Silent Hill and Dino Crisis tribute games/remakes from fans. But what about Castlevania, you say? Well, since you asked, a group of fans have decided to do just that with Castlevania: Seal of the Eclipse, a free fan game that’s a tribute to the classic 8-bit titles. Per […]

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Limited Run Games Unveils Hefty ‘Castlevania: Requiem’ Physical Edition Pre-orders

Alongside the upcoming re-release of Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, Limited Run Games announced last year during E3 that they were going to be releasing a physical edition of Castlevania: Requiem, which bundles Rondo of Blood with Symphony of the Night. Well, that day for Requiem will be coming January 14th at 10am ET, as Limited […]

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[Video] Youtuber Lord Kayoss Releases Trivia-Filled Walkthrough for ‘Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse’

Any excuse (well, almost) to talk about Castlevania is okay in our book. YouTuber Lord Kayoss is back with another of his mini-documentaries/walkthrough videos, and this time he’s completed the NES trilogy with Konami’s Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse. As with his other videos in the same vein, Kayoss runs through the game in a full walkthrough […]

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‘Silent Hill’ Creator Feels a Remake Would be Difficult For Konami to Pull Off

In case you didn’t read the interview with Video Games Chronicle and Silent Hill creator Keiichiro Toyama talking about his upcoming project with Bokeh Game Studio and Slitterhead, the topic of Silent Hill inevitably came up (as did Hideo Kojima’s P.T.). The topic turned to the long-rumored remake of the survival horror classic, and in […]

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‘Metal Gear Solid 2’, ‘Metal Gear Solid 3’ Removed From Digital Storefronts Today For License Renewals

If by chance you go looking for Metal Gear Solid 2 or Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater today, and you can’t find them on digital storefronts, don’t panic. Konami announced late yesterday that they are temporarily removing both titles from digital storefronts in order to renew the licenses for some of the historical archive […]

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[Retrospective] ‘Super Castlevania IV’ Vampire Killing Power Remains Strong Three Decades Later

It was only last month that we looked back on the original Castlevania, which after 35 years, still remains one of the Konami’s best NES games. And, after a sequel that, while initially maligned, laid the groundwork for what was to come for the franchise, and a third entry that is still praised as one […]

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Konami Releasing Massive ‘Castlevania’ Soundtrack Boxset This December

If you’ve never heard any of the Castlevania soundtracks, you should rectify that immediately. For those who missed out on the massive boxset that Konami put out ten years ago, Konami will be upping the ante for you this December for the series’ 35th anniversary. Up for pre-order on the official Japanese Konami store are the […]

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‘Castlevania: Harmony of Despair’ And ‘Resident Evil: Code Veronica X’ Highlight Xbox Games With Gold For October

Xbox fans are getting their Halloween treats once again this year with Microsoft’s October lineup of free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Alongside Aaero and Hover for Xbox One, Xbox 360 games include Konami’s Castlevania: Harmony of Despair and Capcom’s Resident Evil Code: Veronica X. Castlevania: Harmony of Despair will be available from October 1 […]

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Of Lonely Hells: Looking Back On ‘Silent Hill 2’ Through The Lens Of OCD

*Author note: Given the subject matter of this article, I would like to state that I absolutely acknowledge everyone has their own experiences with mental illness. What I go through may not be what you go through and vice versa. Please note that the personal experiences below are my own, and do not necessarily reflect […]

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[Retrospective] ‘Castlevania’ is Still Vampire Killing at 35

It’s ironic that we’ve only now gotten around to diving deep into the original Castlevania after delving into retrospectives for its two sequels. At 35, the series has seen its up and downs. The current trend seems to be to lament over “the good old days” of when Konami first bestowed greatness on Nintendo’s Famicom […]

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[Trailer] ‘Castlevania Advance Collection’ Available Now For PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox And PC

After the week’s info leaks, Konami has finally announced the Castlevania Advance Collection. Best of all, it’s available right now! As reported earlier in the week, the collection contains the three Game Boy Advance titles in Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, and Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow, as well as the SNES remake of Castlevania: […]

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Fan Short ‘Silent Hill: Road of Guilt’ Premieres Today on YouTube

At long last, Leigh Thorne and Ruben Abreu’s fan film Silent Hill: Road of Guilt will hit YouTube later today, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of Silent Hill 2. We’ve been chronicling the production throughout the past year and a bit, and it’s finally here. As Leigh had mentioned before, both he and Ruben will […]

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