Castlevania

  • Castlevania Producer Leaves Konami

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    While it’s unknown if Konami is working on another Castlevania title, the developer lost a long-time member of its staff, as producer Dave Cox has recently announced his departure from the company. Cox made the announcement via Twitter, saying that he is looking to “explore new opportunities” and that August 29 would be his last day with the studio.

  • Producer of cool games like Castlevania has left Konami forever

    Konami Games & News - - 1 readers - Where have all the Castlevania cowboys gone? Moving onto other matters in life, as well as other projects. First it was Koji Igarashi, and now long time producer of the series Dave Cox. After 17 faithful years of service, the man behind the Lords of Shadow projects, not to mention several others has decided to move on, but does plan to begin another before taking a well earned break.
  • 5 Notoriously Difficult Video Games

    The Gamer Headlines - - Kieran Wade Kieran is a passionate gamer who's constantly interested in industry goings-on. He grew up playing Amstrad and the Sega Mega Drive, eventually moving onto the likes of PlayStation and Nintendo 64. He has since played practically every system under the sun - a retro gaming enthusiast as well as current gen. Follow him @KieranLewisWade. kieranwade@outlook.
  • SEGA Nerds on Location: Video Games Live

    SEGA Nerds - - Last weekend, both my wife and I took a little trip into Baltimore to check out Video Games Live, a multimedia celebration of video games’ musical heritage. ‘Twas awesome, ’twas. Our experience really began at about 5:45 pm, nearly two hours prior to the show’s scheduled start time.

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  • Producer of cool games like Castlevania has left Konami forever

    …Where have all the Castlevania cowboys gone? Moving onto other matters in life, as well as other projects. First it was Koji Igarashi, and now long time producer of the series Dave Cox. After 17 faithful years of service, the man behind the Lords of Shadow projects, not to mention several others has decided to move on, but does plan to begin…

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  • Castlevania producer Dave Cox leaving Konami

    …Castlevania producer Dave Cox leaving Konami Posted under News August 29, 2014 by Kirara Koneko (@KiraraKoneko) Announcing via twitter this morning, Dave Cox is leaving Konami. After having spent 17 years with Konmai Dave has stated that he is leaving ” to do something I have wanted to do for a long time”. He will reveal more details on his upcoming adventures after a break from the video-game industry. Source, Source 2…

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  • 5 Notoriously Difficult Video Games

    … the game, even if you do find yourself dying hundreds of times. There’s even an incentive to play through the game twice as there’s an additional ending only seen through a second completion. I’d be happy beating the game once. 4. Castlevania (1986, NES) Whilst massively enjoyable and a truly iconic game, Castlevania is undoubtedly one of the harder…

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  • Retro Review: Hook CD

    … ceiling. Hey, does anyone else remember that other game that had spiders and birds as enemies? I think it was called Every Other Fucking Platform Game Ever Made- Ever Ever, which as we all know, was part of the Castlevania series. Oh, and the pirates? They either brainlessly wander to and fro (some even carry shields, so you have to hit them…

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  • SEGA Nerds on Location: Video Games Live

    … my wife, who is not a video game fan on nearly the same sad, overzealous level as I am, had a lot of fun and several of the games selected were right up her alley. This included Castlevania, which she had mentioned wanting to hear just moments prior. Ask and ye’ shall receive! My baby gets what my baby wants! There was really something to enjoy…

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  • The Top 10 Video Game Music Tracks

    … action that the player orchestrates. Somehow this music perfectly fits with a brightly lit, drug fueled, murderous rampage. 2. Vampire Killer from Castlevania Castlevania is another series with consistently great music, especially in the heyday of the NES. I find that the most striking music comes from the original game, called simply…

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  • Nintendo Download – June 26, 2014

    … users of the digital version of Wii Sports Club. *Note: once game play is initiated, your trial will be available for the next 48 hours. Virtual Console on Nintendo3DS and Wii U Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse™ – Now available on both Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, take on the role of Trevor Belmont, forefather of Simon, and battle Dracula…

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  • Prescription For Sleep Now Available

    … the likes of ‘Lifestream’ from Final Fantasy VII, ‘Dier, Dier Docks’ from Super Mario 64, ‘Lost Painting’ from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, and many others – the entire list can be viewed on the official Prescription For Sleep website. It currently costs a minimum of $10 and is only available to download with no physical copy foreseeable…

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  • Upcoming and Rumored Nintendo Releases

    …. Speculated Titles Gamers Sphere is also happy to report the likely release of Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow and F-Zero: GP Legend – two old Gameboy Advance titles to be refurbished for the Wii U. This past March the Australian Classification Board suggested their production when they classified the unofficial titles, making these releases a likely…

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  • Castlevania (NES) Retro Review

    … The original; and still the best? Castlevania is one of the first games I ever remember playing. It was released in 1986, a good few years before I was born, so it had been through my two brothers and sister before I was even born. I remember not being allowed to play it for quite a while because it was “too violent”; so when I finally got my…

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  • Freeware Pick: Maximus Cerebrum (orange08)

    … In the 2D platformer Maximus Cerebrum, you play as a newly-manufactured robot which was mistakenly given the intelligence to ignore its programmed instructions. The game features multiple paths to explore, although it's impossible to visit all of its available locations in just one playthrough. The power-ups that you collect mainly…

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