While Konami is making a Castlevania for mobile, one of the company's former producers is resurrecting the spirit of the Dracula-killing franchise in a new 8-bit-style game.More news: The BlackBerry Key2 is officially arriving on June 7
Are you exhausted of waiting for former Castlevania producer Koji Igarashi's return to Metroidvania form in the crowdfunded Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night?
We get to see the four main characters in action, Miriam, Zangetsu, Alfred, and Gebel, in environments that definitely feel familiar.More news: Walmart may launch Flipkart IPO in as early as 4 years
You can check out the announcement video and official trailer above. Parallel to that, Koji Igarashi's Castlevania throwback is set for a release too. Consider this a promise made and promise kept, because at BitSummit, Inti Creates, one of the developers working on Bloodstained, revealed Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon. Your choices in recruiting these adventurers will change the difficulty of the game, and may even affect the ending!
The retro spin-off is being designed and published by Inti Creates and Artplay, not 505 Games and Koji Igarashi. Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon has been inspired by a legendary 2D action games from the 80s. Like Ritual of the Night - which is expected to drop sometime in 2018 - it'll also be heading to Nintendo Switch, but 3DS loyalists can look forward to the retro charm too.More news: Tigers split doubleheader against Mariners
Inti Creates announced that Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon is coming out on May 24th.
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