Tags : castlevania

Multiple Metal Gear, Contra and Castlevania games now available on

After being leaked by the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee, many classic Konami games have now been re-released on PC via GOG. Metal Gear, Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2, and the Konami Collector’s Series: Castlevania & Contra have all been available for PC in the past, but were not supported by modern hardware […]Read More

Castlevania Season 3 Coming In March

Netflix have announced that Castlevania season 3 is heading to Netflix on March 5 2020, promising more ‘mystery, murder, mayhem, and vampires than ever’. We don’t know too much more about season 3, but the first two seasons have been a huge success for Netflix.   Netflix confirmed the news in a tweet yesterday, along […]Read More

Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Preview

Kickstarter projects are often a mixed bag, running the gamut from genius future gems to mismanaged disasters, so it was with more than a little trepidation that I sat down at EGX Rezzed for our Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night preview.   For context, I’m personally a large fan of Castlevania titles, especially those released […]Read More

Top 5 Castlevania Games That Should Definitely Be On The

We’re getting a Castlevania Anniversary Collection. Let that sink in for a moment. A collection of games celebrating the history of one of gaming’s more iconic franchises, and it’s coming this year. We already know a few of the titles, but what about those pesky “Coming Soon” listings?   I’ve had a think and, for […]Read More

Castlevania Anniversary Collection Rated In Australia

We love getting little nuggets of information about upcoming games via ratings boards, it feels a little bit like pulling back the curtain on development. So, we’re loving the news that Australian Classification has rated a title called Castlevania Anniversary Collection from Konami.    An actual title with the name “Castlevania Anniversary Collection” has yet to be […]Read More

Top 6 Ways The Player Can Purposely Kill Themselves In

Games can be genuinely scary experiences, whether that be through slowly encroaching psychological means or by jumpscares or by a foreboding atmosphere. Sometimes, however, games are quite honestly just out to get you, giving the player simply too many methods to purposely kill their characters and making such an act so easy too. Video games […]Read More

Timespinner Review (PS4)

The Metroid-Vania, or exploration platformer as I prefer to think of them, has been an essential mainstay in gaming since Symphony of the Night in 1997. Multiple developers have experimented with the formula to middling success, but I was struck immediately by Lunar Ray Games’ Timespinner, and just how much it reminded me of the […]Read More

Netflix’s Castlevania Review (Anime)

The highly-anticipated Netflix’s Castlevania hit the streaming service recently and, at only four episodes long, there’s only a movies worth of content to sit through, but it’s an engaging journey which will leave you eager for more. It certainly leaves itself open for more, and thankfully a second, longer season has already been confirmed for […]Read More

Castlevania’s Animated Series Out This July

Castlevania’s animated adaptation is coming to Netflix in just over a month. It will be a violent and gory spectacle that is inspired by the poplar Game of Thrones series.         The story roughly follows the events of Castlevania III, where the last surviving member of the Belmont clan wants to rid […]Read More

Castlevania Animated Series Announced for Netflix

Netflix has announced a Castlevania animated series! The series will be divided into two seasons, with episodes at 30 minutes each. The first 4-episode season is due to air some point this year, with the second following in 2018.     Here’s how Netflix describes the series: Inspired by the classic video game series, Castlevania […]Read More