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Hack of Castlevania: Dracula X

Description:

This hack replaces the Richter Sprite with the unnamed character from the cancelled Sega 32X Castlevania game. The game was cancelled early in development and only one sprite of this character is in existence. Its resources were then converted for use in Castlevania : SOTN. This hack also uncensors the blood in the death sequence.

This patch requires the ROM to have a header. One can be added using NSRT.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Castlevania - Dracula X (U) [!]
  • CRC32: 7C4887E1
  • MD5: DC629BE2EE515461315CDE57210E36C0

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
ThaddeusHacking

User Review Information

He's new!

Reviewed By: MathUser2929 on 01 Dec 2012

It’s good to see the unused character from the cancelled 32X Castlevania game in action. The hacker did a good job of modifying Richters sprite into this new one. It looks as professional as the single sprite that was released by Konami. I reccomend this hack if you wanna imagine what the 32X Castlevania could have been.

Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
He's new!MathUser292901 Dec 2012N/AYes