Rondo and Chronicles are on PlayStation systems
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If that was the case, I wish they'd have released the 3D game, too.The Requiem double pack of the Dracula X games isn't doing PS1 emulation on PS4 to my understanding, at least directly--instead it's using the Dracula X Chronicles PSP compilation as a base, running those versions in a Sony-provided PSP emulation wrapper. It's likely that proprietary nature of it why it won't show up on any other platform, and why it's just those two games, as they'd been collected previously in near-identical circumstances, on related hardware.
I agree it should have been on PS4, but I wouldn't personally class it difficult to come by when you can buy it for like, eight quid tops on a PS3. Unless PS3s really are that obsolete nowIt's a shame X86000 ain't included because it's both difficult to come by and, as someone playing Castlevania Chronicles for the first time right now, a complete delight. They should have at least shoved it in the Rondo/SOTN collection if doing PS1 emulation was the problem
Yes but that means I have to carry around another system that I dont need to. Ring fit made has me made play video games again but not enuff to bother with a second piece of hardware.Rondo and Chronicles are on PlayStation systems
I've got a friend who has family that works at Powerhouse Animation, though not on Castlevania. Based on some discussions with my friend I've picked up a few things, but take them with a grain of salt as this isn't first hand knowledge and my friend doesn't want to get anyone in trouble so he kept some details vague:I hope this last season can break the series’ pattern of having the first six to eight episodes consist of nothing but a couple people trading barbs at each other, then two concluding episodes of everything happening all at once.
Considering this is likely the only Castlevania we’re liable to ever get, I’ll still watch to see how things end up. The Bloodstained games are boring as hell to me, and contain their own problematic creative elements. So this is it, I suppose!