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General Castlevania Discussion / Re: New Castlevania Season
« Last post by Shinobi on June 05, 2021, 12:24:25 PM »
Konami might have also got Grant's last name from the real life village with different spelling, just like how they got the name Elisabeth Bartley from a real historical figure Elisabeth Bathory or Mathias Cronqvist from the name of King of Hungary Matthias Corvinus.
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Fan Stuff / Re: Nightkeep, 2D metroidvania RPG
« Last post by X on June 04, 2021, 06:21:23 PM »
Been a while  :)

Hopefully you get to complete your project so others can enjoy it too.
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Off Topic / Re: taco taco
« Last post by X on June 04, 2021, 06:11:47 PM »
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Anyway, all this to say that the stretching of my back and disc felt so good today that I could nut.

lol! Get well soon, okay?  ;)
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Fan Stuff / Re: Nightkeep, 2D metroidvania RPG
« Last post by NightKeeper on June 04, 2021, 12:59:35 PM »
Wasn't here for a moment. Not always easy to find spare time for this hobby and latest years were bit hectic too. So it goes at pace it goes. Turtle one (considering this is a reboot too).

I started anew on the game last summer from zero - with an empty build. Left all code, game structure, every map, enemy, basically all I had behind. Re-creating everything, assets and code included.

I can share some early alpha footage here from this latest version of the game:






https://twitter.com/PixelABCD
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Off Topic / Re: taco taco
« Last post by Abnormal Freak on June 04, 2021, 10:54:48 AM »
Thanks, guys. Been with that girl for seven years so I'm excited for many more and starting a family and that.

Injured the shiiit out of my back a few years ago from a car accident, didn't realize I had a herniated disc as a result. Sorta healed on its own but got reinjured spring last year, and I've been seeing a chiropractor ever since. Just went back for the first time in six weeks because I was spending too much money there and have been doing better since I got a steroid injection in September, but my lower back's been feeling tight so I needed to go. The nerve the disc was pressing on is so thin and damaged that I may have tingliness going down into my foot for the rest of my life, though hopefully it'll continue to repair itself and won't be an issue. At least now, after the injection, I can sit down for more than 10 minutes without being in a lot of pain or discomfort.

Anyway, all this to say that the stretching of my back and disc felt so good today that I could nut.
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General Castlevania Discussion / Re: I beat CV3
« Last post by Abnormal Freak on June 04, 2021, 10:43:05 AM »
I am ashamed to say it but I have not beaten ANY of the classic formula Castlevania games. I know they are pretty hard and maybe that is why I only like to watch them being played. But I am about to embark on that journey in the near future. I will try and beat every Classic Castlevania I could get my hands on!

Good luck. As with a lot of games from that era, it's all about memorizing enemy patterns. On a good day, I can beat CV1 without much issue, when it used to kick my butt starting out. I feel the CV series at large holds up better than a lot of other 8- and 16-bit games and is well-balanced and not overly difficult.
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General Castlevania Discussion / crisees
« Last post by Abnormal Freak on June 04, 2021, 10:36:22 AM »
ReBirth's still dead on the Wii. Konami would be dumb not to do a ReBirth trilogy pack on Switch, but Konami will Konami.

But hey, the GBC Shantae is on Switch. Recommended for fans of Simon's Quest and Wonder Boy/Monster World games.

Sounds like ROTN is improved but not enough. Honestly, there are games that pull off some fine coding on the system (Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair, DOOM 2016), so whoever's handling the porting job must not be up to snuff. That's disappointing, because I see no reason why the Switch couldn't handle the game perfectly well, just with maybe a variable frame rate and resolution but most of the effects intact. I don't know if it's still the case, but I read the visual effects are pretty barebones on the Switch, so it has a much more simplistic look than on PS4. That's inexcusable; there are ways of paring back while retaining the same atmosphere.

Guess I'll hold off a bit more or indefinitely and just stick to playing on the TV on my PS4 Prizzo.
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General Castlevania Discussion / Abnormal Fweek
« Last post by crisis on June 04, 2021, 06:44:22 AM »
Is there any way to play Adventure ReBirth on the Sweetch yet or is it still forever locked on the Wee?
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General Castlevania Discussion / Re: Sweetch
« Last post by X on June 04, 2021, 01:14:36 AM »
There was supposed to be a fix for the graphics but I guess it doesn't work as it should. I downloaded it and yet I still see poor resolution in the spots that it promised to enhance. I'm surprised that it hasn't been addressed yet.
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Hardcore Gaming 101 / Re: What game(s) have you been playing lately?
« Last post by X on June 04, 2021, 01:01:41 AM »
DraculaCronqvist@

I was looking forward to Valhalla. But sadly Ubisoft gone done f@#ked up somewhere along the way. And I'd have to say it happened during AC Odyssey (not counting all the in-studio crap and allegations that were going on at the time either). Odyssey was fine for what it was however there were things about it that made me question whether or not it was an assassin's creed game. And certainly the Fate of Atlantis DLC was the beginning of the end in my mind. Valhalla is definitely not an assassin's creed game from what I've seen and heard. Odyssey is far more AC then Valhalla ever will be. Ubisoft was really pushing the AAA format with this one. So much so that they've lost sight of what made AC...well,. AC in the first place. I'd happily stick with AC Origins. loved that entry!
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