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Super Castlevania IV (SNES US)
Akumajo Dracula on Super Famicom
Super Castlevania IV (Super Nes Europe)
If I had very much liked the first 3 castlevania on Nes, I acquire this version of the game yet beautiful in 1996 is 4 years after its French release.
Super Castlevania IV is a remake of Castlevania's first name on Nes.
If in Japan, it was assumed (the game had the same no than the 1st opus: Akumajo Dracula), in Europe however, it is called "Super Castlevania 4".
That said, most people consider it to be an original game. Already, there are 5 additional levels (the first 5) that happen before passing the big gate of the castle.
In addition, the next 6, although they look the same on the map are also completely different and only the first part of level 6 is a tribute to level 1 Castlevania.
There are of course other points in common with the bosses first (bat, Medusa, Mummy, Frankenstein, Death and obviously Dracula are all at the rendezvous).
But also the sewers, the clock tower ... and especially, the big stairs leading to Dracula's room where the final fight takes place.
In short, a real original game with a gameplay adding a few shots and flexibility in jumps, a great visual and sound for a game worth a visit.
Surely less difficult than its elder, with codes to allow you to reach directly the desired level, you have no excuse not to try (and finish).
Super Castlevania IV: the file / soluce
In this folder on Akumajo Dracula / Super Castlevania 4, you will find a kind of "walkthrough" which is not really a given the type of game but basically, I describe the different stages of each level.
So you will be able to contemplate
and to finish,
the epilogue and the credits end of game.
The SC IV reports also contains some bonuses to know
a page about the bosses,
a page with all codes to directly reach your favorite level / boss (or the current level)
and finally a page listing the differences between the European, American and Japanese versions.
- Version Française -- English version -