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 Jan 25, 2005 - 03:00 PM - by Michael
* A new PS2 Castlevania?

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Gamerfeed has word that a new PS2 Castlevania is in the works - this time not starring a Belmont in the primary role.

In Play's interview with Koji "IGA" Igarashi, he reveals that Castlevania: Curse of Darkness's gameplay is going to focus on "Innocent Devils" which sound similar to familiars in Symphony of the Night, and monster souls in Aria of Sorrow. They will apparently aid Hector and become more powerful when you defeat monsters. The game will apparently have more of an action/RPG bent, but there will still be adventure elements, with "Innocent Devils" playing a key part in clearing obstacles. He also revealed that the Belmont family is still involved in the game, even though the title character is not a Belmont. IGA went on to say that he's not done with 2D Castlevania games, but that he wants to make a better 3D action game first.
Sounds like fun...

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