Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night Classical Game Comes To Mobile
The news came out as a surprise as Konami release one of their greatest classical games on mobile phones. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is now available on Android and iOS phones from this week. Perhaps this is a move to market their upcoming Netflix show, Castlevania. With this added reason for celebration, the game is on mobile Operating Software, costing around US $2.99.
More About Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Konami originally released the game back in 1997 on PlayStation. Not only is the game of the best in the series but it is also considered one of the best games of all time. Those who prefer themself as gaming fans must have, at some point, played this game even for a while. This game, combined with Nintendo’s Metroid series helped create the famous Metroidvania genre; games like Hollow Knight and the latest Ori and the Will of the Wisps give full credit to the genre.
As a summary, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night occurs four years after its previous game in the series, Castlevania: Rondo of the Blood. Here, Dracula’s castle has reappeared and Richter Belmont, who was the hero in Rondo of the Blood has gone missing. The players will take control of a guy named Alucard, who enters the castle to destroy it. Along his journey, he will encounter different weapons to use, rather than the traditional chain whip. Symphony of the Night was the first game in the series where players could utilize the leveling up mechanics of games in general. As the players move to the next stage, Alucard’s powers grow, making the challenges easier.
The game’s ending depends on how much the players have explored the castle and unlocked its inaccessible parts of the labyrinthine building. Exploration is a key part of the gameplay and the more one does it, the better it will be for them. The latest games of the Metroidvanias genre might have improved graphics and gameplay. However, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night remains to be in the heart of the many.
Simply log into your iStore for iOS or Google Playstore for Android and search the game for download.