Castlevania Hits the PlayStation Store
July 19, 2007 - Grab your stakes and holy water, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night has landed on the PlayStation Store.
Bring it on, evil.
Originally released by Konami for the PlayStation in 1997, Symphony of the Night is a throwback to the franchise's 2D roots. You -- a descendant of Dracula -- are charged with locating ol'fang face and giving him the what for. How do you get Bram Stoker's buddy? Packing multiple weapons and some RPG elements, you travel across enormous, side-scrolling maps and battle all sorts of baddies.
Symphony of the Night can be downloaded for $9.99 and will eat up 356 megabytes of your precious PS3 hard drive or PSP memory stick, but it's totally worth it -- this game's soundtrack, cutscenes, voice acting and gameplay arguably make it one of the PlayStation's best titles.
Thanks to IGN.com for sharing the news with us!
$9.99 is a reasonable price for this as it was/is a pretty good game...
but isn't it going to be included in the Dracula x Chronicles?
Does anyone know what the lowest firmware required for this release?