Castlevania: Seal of the Eclipse, the fan game that has nothing to envy the Konami originals from the 8-bit era


Castlevania: Seal of the Eclipse, the fan game that has nothing to envy the Konami originals from the 8-bit era

Castlevania: Seal of the Eclipse has been shown to fans of the saga as a game made by a lover of the legendary franchise and it doesn’t seem to envy the first games Konami released at all.

We have had a good time in which Castlevania fans they don’t see a big ad in sight. Konami has decided to celebrate the 35th anniversary with a collection of NFTs, which has left many looking bleak.

Furthermore, with his spiritual heir, Bloodstained, at rest, it does not seem that we are going to have a new game between now and tomorrow, precisely. However, Catlevania fans do have something to say.

Castlevania: Seal of the Eclipse is a fan project made for lovers of the saga that aims to emulate the style of the NES and the 8-bit era and go if you get it. Take a look at the gameplay trailer that acts as a trailer for the game.

This title had been in development for a long time, but it was not until early 2022 when the first details were offered. in an extensive publication, its creator defined what was involved in creating Castlevania: Seal of the Eclipse and how it was being done.

In Castlevania: Seal of the Eclipse we can play with Julius Belmont and other characters, each with their skills and strengths. Imitating other games in the saga in the playable aspects, where this installment differs is in the setting. The story takes place in 1999.

As has been verified, the fidelity and ideas have made the most veteran fans very excited. But since it is a fan game, many doubt that it will end up coming to fruition due to the problem of legal issues such as licensing or copyright.

It is not known what will happen, since Konami is not as strict as other companies, but it has knocked down projects of this nature in the past. Would you like to play this installment?

For now, we remind you that Castlevania Advance Collection is now available as the compilation of Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, Aria of Sorrow and Castlevania: Dracula X.


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