Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Castlevania Symphony of the Night Walkthrough

Still waiting for an xbla version of the walkthrough, though apart from the button configuration there should be no difference from the Playstation walkthroughs below (given that the game remains faithful to the original). If you do happen to find an Xbox live Arcade version, please post the link in the comments section and i'll get right on it.

Playstation walkthroughs
Castlevania SOTN Walkthrough from Gamefaq
Casltevania Fan Gallery (artbooks, scans)
Castlevania Bestiary from 1up
Maps from rpg classics (spoilers)
Walkthrough list from Neoseeker
Walkthrough scans and secrets from gamespy

Clickable inkies

16 comments:

fatherkrishna said...

What retro console did this first appear on oh Elderly one?

Ross said...

You didn't know it came out on PSX? Hell, I've even owned three copies of it at one time! Now I'm down to just one. It's a kick-ass game and it'll never leave my collection.

A Saturn version was released after the PSX version but it was definitely inferior. The Playstation version is the definitive one to own.

The Elderly said...

Castlevania was first release (aka Demon Castle Dracula) for the Famicom Disk System and MSX 2 platforms in 1986.

But SOTN (aka Demon Castle Dracula X)was first release for the PlayStation and an obscure platform called the Sega Saturn, in 1997.

Thank you for asking


(kicks wikipedia book under the couch....)

The Elderly said...

..Ross greetings.. you are so lucky to have an original copy... (turns green with envy.... )

this game will always kick ass, I never realised how bloody brilliant it is....

and it took a next gen console for me to be able to play it.... poetic and ironic justice

gnome said...

Was it Beethoven, Mozart or Mahler?

nightmareface! said...

How about flash gaming for the elder?

http://nogamesallowed.com

:P

The Elderly said...

(having been raised on a diet of Jim Reeves and Nelson Eddy....elderly closes his eyes and picks...)

Mahler.... perfectly matches his obsession with tonality......

nightmareface... link brought me to a most entertaining flash animation of a quite convincing and exciting stick figure fight... i am impressed and thank you i found it most enjoyable...

:)

gnome said...

Ah, Mahler, it is then. Lovely. Lovely link too...

The Elderly said...

..a tad aggressive and frightening too...

gnome said...

That's what I said... lovely...

The Elderly said...

.. your spending too much time with Timerunner..

here hold this stuffed purple duck for a while...

he's name is Fred......

gnome said...

It's not this one:
http://photo1.yupoo.com/20070128/204221_1191346748_tizuapuc.jpg
is it?

gnome said...

http://photo1.yupoo.com/20070128/
204221_1191346748_tizuapuc.jpg

The Elderly said...

a rare find Gnome

le/la pauvre cunnard, avec une cable shoved up it's...

nope it's yellow

fatherkrishna said...

Ducking brilliant!

The Elderly said...

and would suit my ex down to the ground....