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The intro, pulled from Rondo of Blood. Richter and Dracula do a bit of chit-chat.
From the intro: Richter and Dracula fight.
After you beat Dracula's first form, he turns into this.
Alucard in the castle entrance
Death takes all of Alucard's stuff.
I bet you never thought you'd see those words in a Castlevania game.
After you beat the game, you can play the whole thing as Richter.
Rising from the grave (loading a game).
Alucard finds Richter, but he's got a few friends with him...
Mist form allows you to pass throgh cell doors and other obstacles.
Consumerism at its worst: in the middle of a haunted castle some old fart puts a shop!!
In classic Castlevania behaviour all sorts of items and junk can be found by smashing torches and light sources.
Raiden would be proud.
A warp gate
Using magic to avoid attacks...
Flying around in bat mode.
The relics menu
Time to settle the score...
Inventory screen (Alucard's fashion tips exposed!)
Alucard wading through a mob of naked guys.
Checking the monster encyclopedia for tips.
Racing around the castle in Wolf mode.
Avoiding count Orlock's strikes.
Ah... the famed naked Succubus!
Alucard confronts Maria.
The second castle appears.
Total badass. Even with a fairy floating around him.
Turned into stone by the Medusas.
"Die monster! You don't belong in this world!"
The original warrior poet
Intro fight against Dracula
Text after the battle
These big beasts don't resist much
XBLA main menu.
Emulated title screen.
Profiles are loaded from emulated PS1 memory cards.
"Enhanced" graphics. Mostly a smoothing filter.
You can stretch the screen to widescreen, if desired.
Dracula delivers the famous Andre Malraux quote. Voice acting is retained for the port.
Fighting Dracula in the prologue. Background effects still intact.
Alucard slays his first wolf.
Heading into the castle.
Original graphics example.
Damn Death is always stealin' my crap.
Enhanced graphics and character trail.
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