Limited Run Games held its annual LRG3 presentation today. The presentation featured announcements of upcoming physical releases, including a number of RPGs.
What is a port? A miserable little pile of coding! But enough talk, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is now available on iOS and Android devices.
We’re halfway through October, and it’s time to get classically spooky with a look back at the Castlevania games. Or at least one in particular. What secrets will be revealed in the full moon’s light? Possibly not good ones.
Grab a whip and some holy water, because Bloodstained has a release date. The dark 2D side-scrolling RPG looks to carry on the legacy of a similar undead-slaying series.
I recently got the chance to try out a newly-revealed area of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night at PAX East. Reminiscent of classic clock tower...
A whip may be the preferred method of fighting Dracula’s minions, but Glyphs and Souls will do it just fine also. Hear all about the...
We braved the horrors of Dracula’s castle in both the past and future. Hear the stories of our adventures, from which we were lucky to...
A lot of heroes in Castlevania have taken on Dracula, but not all of them did so in an RPG way. Simon Belmont and Alucard...
Castlevania has found a nice home on the DS with its first two games. Is this third one the charm, or does it got a few bats in the belfry? Find out here!
Do you like to kill vampires? ?Do you like to be a vampire that kills vampires? Do you like to read game reviews? ?If you answered yes to all three, have we got a treat for you.
RPGamer finally paints a picture of Castlevania. Is it a masterpiece, or is it more like something a toddler finger painted?
If you’re curious whether or not the new Castlevania is worth it, wait no more! A review is contained here.
Yes, it’s extremely short. But considering this is the latest of many Castlevania GBA titles, we felt it unnecessary to go overkill. The staff felt this was appropriate, but…we’re not infallible.