Started by Kultamuna Classic, 21 February 2006, 15:29
Quote from: "A-Yty"http://oxcgn.com/2011/08/16/possible-list-of-unannounced-ps-vita-games-for-gamescom-leaked/Elikkäs kokoelmaa ehkä tulossa. Vielä vahvistamatta, joten ei vielä uutisista löydy.SotN:ia olisi kohtuullisen turha lyödä tuonne enää. Johan se on neljällä(?) eri alustalla. Mielenkiintoinen ajatus olisi kuitenkin julkaista kaikki tähän mennessä tullut, LoS poislukien. Ottaen kuitenkin huomioon LoI:n, CoD:in ja 64-pelien heikko menestys, taitaa olla turha toivo.
QuoteUSG: I interviewed her [Yamane] a couple of years ago and she seemed like she'd be pretty interested in working on another Castlevania-style game. IGA: Oh, really? Whenever I go drinking with her, she always talks about all the times I screwed up before on the games that we worked together, so it's nice to hear that she's interest in that sort of game, working with me again. [laughs] 'Cause the only image I have is all the times I screwed up
QuoteColin Moriarty @notaxationDid you know Konami blacklisted me (and all of IGN US) in 2013 after a three year, behind-the-scenes battle over IGN's "unfair" coverage of Castlevania?Of course you didn't. The story was never told publicly. 'Til now.Side Quest is go!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ouYp6i2kNU
QuoteKonami Is Thinking About Bringing A New 'Castlevania' Game To The SwitchIn a new interview, it seems that management at Konami is thinking about bringing a new Castlevania game to the Nintendo Switch.Richard Jones, the European Brand Manager at Konami Europe, in an interview with Miketendo64 talks about the possibility of a new Castlevania game coming to the Switch.All I can say is that there is lots of internal discussions going on within Konami regarding what games we can bring to the Nintendo Switch, other than Bomberman, a game which we are well aware of its heritage and how loved it and Castlevania is. So much so that Castlevania is getting is getting its own show on Netflix and because of that, we're hearing a lot of desires from our fans for a new Castlevania series. So we do know there is a demand for a new game, but right now nothing is set in stone as the discussions are still on going.Konami already released the somewhat decent Super Bomberman R for the Switch at the console's launch, so it makes sense that the company would examine its back catalog for new games on the console.The comment about the new Netflix animated series is also worth noting, as that means that Konami is well aware of the marketing ramifications that such a series brings to a franchise like Castlevania.I definitely think a new Castlevania game for the Switch would be a very good thing but only if it keeps to the classic 2D roots of the series. That's because the more recent 3D games in the series weren't exactly great.In addition, I'd love to see games like Symphony of the Night (shown above) and Rondo of Blood come to the Switch at some point. The latter would especially be a great title to have on the Switch's eventual Virtual Console service, ideally the original PC Engine version if possible.Whatever happens, having a third party publisher such as Konami support the Switch with a new Castlevania game is precisely what this burgeoning console needs.
Quotecastlevania-symphony-of-the-night / Sept. 19, 2018Castlevania: Symphony of the Night & Rondo Of Blood Seemingly Coming to PS4Try not to get whipped into a frenzy.By Shabana ArifA Castlevania collection featuring Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood could be coming to PlayStation 4.Castlevania Requiem: Symphony Of The Night & Rondo Of Blood has just received a rating courtesy of the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea, indicating that a collection of series' favourites could be on the way for PS4.https://www.ign.com/videos/2015/10/11/history-of-awesome-castlevania-symphony-of-the-nightThe two titles have been awarded a 15 rating and the only platform listed right now is the Sony console. Both an English and Japanese version have been submitted (via VG24/7) pointing to the possibility of a release in the west.Currently, the rating only lists a single platform, and doesn't provide any further details on whether the two games are part of a remastered collection or re-releases.If you want to know why that's quite so exciting, check out our reasoning for Symphony of the Night being one of the best games of all time.
QuoteHoly Dracula! Castlevania: Symphony of the Night Might Finally Be Coming to PS4ByGreysun MoralesPublished on September 19, 2018 Share TweetThe Korean Game Rating and Administration Committee has rated Castlevania Requiem: Symphony of the Night & Rondo of Blood for PlayStation 4 just today (via VG247). The only platform listed for this rating is PS4, but according to VG247, when Korea rates games, you can typically bet that it'll be getting a worldwide release, whatever this collection may be.While Konami hasn't said anything lately about a remaster, port, or remake on the 1997 and 1993 classic platformers, it would be pretty rad for them to come to PS4 in any way, shape, or form. Symphony of the Night originally released on the PlayStation and as far as re-releases on current consoles go, it can only be played on the PSP, PS Vita, PS3, and Xbox One (thanks to backward compatibility).And as far as Symphony of the Night's prequel goes, Rondo of Blood, –known as Dracula X here in the states– has only been re-released on the Wii U and New Nintendo 3DS virtual console.It's time to let PS4 users check out two of the best platformers of all time and with the success of the animated Netflix series and the inclusion of Castlevania characters in Super Smash Bros., now would be the best time for newcomers to jump in.Would you guys be excited for some type of collection to come to the PS4 here in the west that includes both of these games? Let us know in the comment section below!