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Did Konami's latest 3D entry in the Castlevania series swoop under your radar? Whatever the case, the game contains two of the most compelling twists in gaming, and you shouldn't miss them whether you're too lazy to play it or just procrastinating. Because we at Game Informer care so much about showing you cool things, we're here to completely spoil the ending of this awesome game for you.
If you've already seen the ending and want to skip straight to the discussion between Andrew Reiner and I, start watching at 8:58.
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Tim, so glad you decided to do this! I had emailed you about this but never heard back so this is great. I'll definitely listen to it when I get off work.
Ummm, new castlevania? in modern times? as a vampire thats NOT alucard and in 3D? not sure about the alucard thing, but otherwise, SIGN ME UP!!!
So much for buying it.
Another great edition of Spoiled! You should do this for classic games from years ago as well.
I was even thinking of getting this game but this has swayed my mind...Awesome ending
seems like a pretty sweet ending
Havent played this yyet and want to bad so I won't be watching...
While I agree that the ending is indeed a shocker I really don't share your guys' optimism. Personally I though the ending was so out of place in terms of the game and the Castlevania series.
So, we play as Dracula in a modern day Castlevania? FINALLY!
Hellsing as a sub-boss? heheheh...Hopefully not.
He who fights monsters...
The only time I can think of Dracula as a protagonist is the anime Helsing, when he was carrying guns with Jesus's name on them. Don't ask.
Okay, I'm gonna list my reactions:
Gabriel is Dracula reveal - my interest is piqued
Thrown out of the window - jaw literally drops for almost 20 seconds, my mind actually breaks for a second while it tries to register a modern day castlevania
Dracula/Gabriel dissapears into the night - I instantly become more exited about the next game, more exited than I've felt about any upcoming game in a while
Pizza falls into my lap, I swear, I burst into laughter :D
You guys know Aria of Sorrow and Dawn of Sorrow took place actually in 2035 and 2036? This won't be the first Castlevania not in the past.
That was probably one of the greatest game endings I have ever seen. Ever. Definately getting this game now.
No Dracula? How on Earth is this Castlevania?