Retro VGM Revival Hour – Castlevania (Part 3) w/ Special Gift

A Dark shadow looms over the land.
Horrid creations of of the living dead , the supernatural and the unexplainable walk amongst us …..Monsters that fill our hearts and minds with sheer terror.

But in this darkness, a hero returns.
A whip-wielding vampire hunter, dedicating his life for a noble cause.

A legacy created through hellish life-threatening encounters set in gothic victorian backdrops.

A never-ending quest to fight back the legions of hell and deliver the world from the clutches of the immortal Count Dracula.

an enduring staple of videogame royalty.
This IS CastleVania…..

The series that by many consider an institution in gaming, spawning almost 40 entries on various consoles spanning 30 years.

Good or bad, one of Castlevania’s most consistent qualities has been its music, a collection of diverse and iconic songs that have a sound all their own.

And it is with that , that this stage of the Retro VGM Revival Hour walks into the familiar haunting corridors of castle Dracula to honor the amazing music from the castlevania game series.

 

=====Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company – System====

 

1.) Castlevania: Spectral Interlude – Vladimir Tugay – “Wicked Child, Heart Of Fire, Silence of Daylight & Poison Mind” – February 26, 2015 – Aleksander Udotov & Aleksey Golubtsov – ZX Spectrum

2.) Castlevania: The Arcade (Akumajō Dracula: The Arcade) – Masahiro Ikariko, Masayuki Maruyama & Goh Fujiwara – “Prelude, Blood Relations, Poison Mind & Crucifix Held Close“ – October 2, 2009 – Konami – Arcade

3.) Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin – Michiru Yamane & Yuzo Koshiro- “Invitation of a Crazed Moon, Silent Prison & Theme of Simon Belmont” – November 16, 2006 – Konami – Nintendo DS

4.) Castlevania: Lament of Innocence – Michiru Yamane – “Castlevania Reincarnation & House Of Sacred Remains” – October 21, 2003 – KONAMI – PS2

5.) Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth – Manabu Namiki – “Reincarnated Soul (1st Stage) & Aquarius (5th Stage)” – October 27, 2009 – M2/KONAMI – Nintendo Wii (WiiWare)

6.) Castlevania: Harmony of Despair – Yasuhiro Ichihashi, Tomoaki Hirono – “Ruined Castle Corridor, Tanz mit einem Clown (Dance with the Clown), An Empty Tome, Corpse’s Gate, Ebony Wings, Crimson Blood, Gaze Up at the Darkness & Heart of Fire” – August 4, 2010 – Konami – Xbox 360 & PS3

7.) Castlevania: Curse of Darkness – Michiru Yamane & Yuka Watanabe – “Followers of Darkness/The Third, The Forest of Jigramunt, The Cave of Jigramunt & A Toccata into Blood Soaked Darkness ” – November 1, 2005 – KONAMI – PS2 & XBOX

8.) Akumajō Dracula x68000 (Castlevania Chronicles) – Shin-chan, Keizo Nakamura & Hiroshi Kobayashi – “The Tower of Dolls (Stage 6-2)” – July 23, 1993 – KONAMI – Sharp X68000 home computer

9.) Castlevania: Dracula X – Tomoya Tomita, Masanari Iwata, Harumi Ueko & Masahiko Kimura – “Den & Opus 13” – July 21, 1995 – Konami – SNES

10.) Castlevania: Resurrection – Mark Lindsey – “Have Mercy & Another Vampire Killer” – Cancelled – Konami – Sega Dreamcast

11.) DreamMix TV World Fighters – Yasuhiro Kawasaki & Ushio Ōtsuki – “Bloody tears” – December 18, 2003(Japan Only) – Bitstep/Konami, Takara & HudsonSoft – Nintendo GameCube & PS2

12.) Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Óscar Araujo – “Final Confrontation” – October 5, 2010 – MercurySteam & Kojima Productions/Konami – PS3, Xbox 360 & Windows Pc

 

 

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