Super Castlevania IV Screenshots

User Screenshots

SNES version

Title screen
Title Screen (JP)
Intro
The uncensored intro from the Japanese version
Enter Your Name
The game begins
Whip upgrade
Swinging
When you hold down the action button, the whip can be moved freely and in any direction.
The first boss
Map
In a forest
Medusa as mid-boss
Oops
Flying enemy
In a cave - if you hit them, golems split up into several smaller golems.
Nice waterfalls
The Submerged City
Mermen spitting water
Rosary!
Orphic Vipers
Death Tower
Skeletons attacking
Another mid-boss
The whole level turning around
One of several levels that make use of the SNES' 3D-Chip.
Spike traps
Koronot
Map (JP)
The Claw squeezing my Hearts
Crossing the courtyard
Finally inside the castle
Chandeliers
Annoying Ectoplasm
Rotating coffins
Charging Table
Dancing ghost couple
Library
Sir Grakul
Cellar
"Frankenstein"
Treasury Room
Zapf Bat
Clock Tower
Akmodan II
Crumbling bridge. Missed the "original" whip!
Slogra
Gaibon
Death
The final battle

Wii U version

Title Screen
Name Entry
Entering Dracula's Castle
Eight-Directional whip control was a big deal when this came out
Behind the gates
Knives will make short work of this thing
Boomerang Cross!
Swinging
Special Menu added to all Virtual Console games that features modern features such as save states
Fighting Medusa Heads in a barn
First Boss
Defeated!
Castle Map
Avoiding dropping spikes
This dungeon is full of traps
Take that!
Killed by an eyeball monster

Official Screenshots

  • Super Castlevania IV Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop
  • Super Castlevania IV Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop
  • Super Castlevania IV Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop
  • Super Castlevania IV Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop
  • Super Castlevania IV Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop
  • Super Castlevania IV Screenshot
    Konami.jp, 2017 (Wii U version.)
  • Super Castlevania IV Screenshot
    Konami.jp, 2017 (Wii U version.)
  • Super Castlevania IV Screenshot
    Konami.jp, 2017 (Wii U version.)
  • Super Castlevania IV Screenshot
    Konami.jp, 2017 (Wii U version.)