I guess I choosen the Super Nintendo game that was better than Super Castlevania IV, Dracula X. Dracula X is a sequel to the Turbograx-16 Dracula X, because Dracula XX. Dracula X has different levels than Dracula X Chronicles for PSP. I’ve played many castlevania games including Super Castlevania IV, Bloodlines, Symphony of the Night, Castlevania (Nintendo 64) Circle of the Moon Harmony of Dissonance Aria of Sorrow Lament of Innocence Dawn of Sorrow Portrait of Ruins Order of Shadows Order of Ecclesia and Lords of Shadow.
The Halloween season got me interested in Dracula. I bought the old Universial Studios Dracula Legacy Collection, Frankenstein Legacy Collection, Invisible Man Legacy Collection, and The Mummy Legacy collection.
I had this game loaded on the GP2x Caanoo emulator handheld and Dracula X is really good. You don’t have a 8 way D-pad for the Lasoo like in Super Castlevania IV, only four way. He only automatically jumps two ways making for timing difficulty . It’s quite expensive at $70, but more worth it than Earthbound (for kids), and Mega Man X2, X3.
I imagine myself growing older, happy that I bought it when I did. I think that Dracula X Chronicles remake is more fun than Dracula X for SNES. I own half of the Castlevania games already. It may help my credibility online on Gamespot and IGN to own Dracula X. Most 16-bit collectors seems to own Bloodlines or IV. Have you heard the saying, “If you don’t own BLoodlines, you’re not a true 16-bit gamer?” I bought Castlevania Bloodlines for that stereotype alone.
Its a great title for a game collector, because it has the Castlevania label and extremely difficult with those medusa heads and skulls floating.