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« Reply #75 on: March 20, 2014, 08:01:48 PM »

^ On that note (again).  It didn't hit the news here but the Symphony of the Night creator left Konami -- didnt he?

I hope we get a "Killer Vampire Castle X" series now or something.
Why one would call that theoretical project anything other than CastleMania is baffling to me.  But yes, I'd play the **** out of it. 
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« Reply #76 on: March 20, 2014, 08:19:31 PM »

@Dice: Yeah. IGN asked him at GDC if he would like to do something with Metroid. He said he would love to get the chance to do that and later once "the news" were posted a fraction of the Internet went boom (as always).

Loved the gameplay footage. Hard to say from just watching, but it looks like the controls are tight, which is really super duper important in this case. <3

There's a few short videos of Inafune playing the alpha version. The controls seem pretty responsive already for what I can tell.

I sure hope so, since Konami doesn't seem to care about making Castlevania anymore.

I would say that about stuff like Suikoden or Contra. They are still actively using the IP with the Lords of Shadow series.

Sure it might not be something you like or recognize it as Castlevania, but it is what it is.
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« Reply #77 on: March 23, 2014, 07:11:50 PM »

I sure hope so, since Konami doesn't seem to care about making Castlevania anymore.

I would say that about stuff like Suikoden or Contra. They are still actively using the IP with the Lords of Shadow series.

Sure it might not be something you like or recognize it as Castlevania, but it is what it is.
Well I really just meant returning to the two kinds of Castlevania games of the original timeline.  Let's face it though, they're only slapping "Castlevania" on Lords of Shadow for brand recognition (which probably isn't even helping considering the small number of old Castlevania fans that like LoS).
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« Reply #78 on: March 23, 2014, 07:57:28 PM »

I sure hope so, since Konami doesn't seem to care about making Castlevania anymore.

I would say that about stuff like Suikoden or Contra. They are still actively using the IP with the Lords of Shadow series.

Sure it might not be something you like or recognize it as Castlevania, but it is what it is.
Well I really just meant returning to the two kinds of Castlevania games of the original timeline.  Let's face it though, they're only slapping "Castlevania" on Lords of Shadow for brand recognition (which probably isn't even helping considering the small number of old Castlevania fans that like LoS).
Doesn't help that LoS2 is in fact being slammed left and right as a terrible game...
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