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Castlevania Season 4 Adapt 9 Things From the Game

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Castlevania Season 4 Updates: The Castlevania franchise, like its chief antagonist, Dracula, has always lurked in the shadows. The games have had a modest amount of success over the years, but they’ve never really broken through to the mainstream video game player unless they’re into retro games.

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1. The Application of Future Settings

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While the Castlevania series is best known for taking place primarily in Castle Dracula, the setting is much more than that. Dracula’s horde of monsters is frequently featured as the final boss in the games, which follows the centuries-long feud between the Belmont clan and his horde of monsters.

2. Kid Dracula

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While Kid Dracula may not be everyone’s favorite, let alone a well-known character, he’s a lot of fun and adorable, and it’d be great to see an Alucard Chibi animation of him changing into something resembling him at least once.

Kid Dracula is the protagonist of an old game of the same name, and he isn’t quite sure whether he is Dracula or Alucard. Either way, it’d be a wonderful nod to fans of the niche moments of the franchise’s history.

3. Death.

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Death himself is the main character in the video game series who we haven’t seen outside of the games. During the beginning of Symphony Of The Night, Death is almost always aligned with Dracula, stealing Alucard’s powers and equipment.

Fans have yet to make an appearance, despite numerous possibilities in the episodes that have been released so far.
Taking A Cue From Aria Of Suffering

 4. Castlevania Season 4:

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Aria Of Sorrow for the GameBoy Advance is a fan favorite in the genre. Koji Igarashi, who also worked on the Castlevania tribute Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night, manufactured the game. One of the game’s most intriguing aspects is that it takes place in the future. Another notable feature is Dracula’s reincarnation as the player character, Soma Cruz.

Important Belmonts, such as Simon and Richter, would benefit the show. While it doesn’t matter in the end, the few glimpses we’ve had into the Belmonts’ world, such as the library, have been fascinating. Not only that but if they did use a time dynamic as previously noted, Simon and Richter might very well appear.

Castlevania Season 4 5. Trevor’s Sub-Weapons

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While the whip is the most iconic weapon in the series (and for good reason), the inclusion of sub-weapons could be considered iconic as well.

6. Themes from the games are arranged in new ways.

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The series is also known for its phenomenal soundtrack, which complements the excellent gameplay and compelling narrative. It’s almost on par with The Legend Of Zelda’s writing, with tracks like Vampire Killer and Poison Mind.

Fans would go crazy if the show featured themes from the show at points where it made sense to include a soundtrack, especially if some of the more iconic tracks were arranged for a 40-piece orchestra or something similar.

7. Mask of the Gods

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The God Mask is a unique artifact that only appears in the reboot series and not in the original games. That said, the artifact has a lot of intriguing repercussions and could potentially introduce a whole new element to the show.

While the Lords Of Shadow games that Kojima worked on haven’t received the same amount of acclaim as his other works, the principle is still very cool. It could also be used to resurrect Dracula, or simply as a JoJo’s reference.

8. Olrox, Count

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It’s clear that the showrunners are going for a different tone, but having some characters like Count Olrox involved would be a good way to add that kind of aspect without getting too far into parody.

9. The Transformation of Dracula

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Starting the section at the beginning of Symphony Of The Night, which is also the end of the ill-fated Rondo Of Blood, is one of the coolest moments in the franchise, particularly if a player was a child at the time.

Aside from the fact that one can’t die while playing as a completely powered-up Belmont, watching Dracula’s transformation into a gigantic green demon pretty much demonstrates the scope of what players will face later on. Dracula, for whatever reason, squandered the chance to use this form in his battle with Alucard.

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