Richter Belmont and His KeybladePosted on July 24th, 2009 2 comments
Nobody in the Belmont family ever learned how to walk straight, really.
Fun Fact: Count Dracula’s voice in this game is also the voice of MacGyver in the Japanese dub.
for those who haven’t signed up for nico yet (like, uh, me), here’s the TAS info page with a link to a youtube video:
I haven’t played the original, just the SNES version (yeah, sorry), but man, the key item crash is wonderful. Subweapons were easily one of the best recurring gameplay mechanics a series ever ran away with, and it’s a shame that the series wasn’t really sure what to do with them post-SOTN. The powers in Legends, the spell fusions in Lament and Harmony, the whole well-intentioned mess starting with Aria that the games couldn’t shake…
And the poor homing dagger in Shooter mode in Circle of the Moon. Come back Nathan Graves 🙁
That video was crazy. Crazy.
I love the atmosphere in this game… all the little details really make it special.
The music during the name entry/save file screens is really nice, too. It should have been used in the game.
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