|Castlevania: Dracula X|
|Playlist||Arin and Dan set their sights on Dracula in Castlevania Dracula X!!|
|Run||October 25, 2013 - October 31, 2013|
The game was sent in to the show by Vitas Varnas.
- Cities on Flame
- EXtreme EXcitement
- I Believe in You
- This is Boss
- Wall of Spear
- Where's the Wolf
The objective is to guide the primary player character Jack Henry Dappen through nine stages, with four alternate routes, as he searches for his kidnapped beloved Annette and ultimately confronts Dracula in his castle. Jack makes use of a whip as his main weapon and one of six sub-weapons: an axe, a dagger, holy water, a grimoire, a pocket watch, and a cross. While exploring the castle, Jack can rescue four maidens, including Annette's young sister Maria Renard who then becomes a playable character. She attacks using her doves and one of six sub-weapons: a cat, dragon, cardinal, turtle, egg or musical notes. She is more agile, can do a double jump, and can do twice the amount of damage that Jack, does in each normal attack because the doves she shoots out return to her and therefore can do a second hit of damage on the way back, but she takes much less damage than Richter before she dies.
Rondo of Blood incorporates elements from the earlier Castlevania games which typically featured linear gameplay and a member of the Belmont clan as the protagonist, and the later entries which emphasized untimed exploration of the environment. Rondo of Blood makes use of untimed stages with a clear beginning, but more than one ending to some levels; this then affects the subsequent environment, monsters, and boss monster that the player character encounters at the end of the level. Items such as money, hearts, and food can be found scattered throughout the areas. Rondo of Blood also features the Item Crash ability reused in subsequent Castlevania titles, which allows a sub-weapon to be used in a super attack. Its direct sequel, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, reuses many of the monsters.
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- During the Castlevania episode Jon's Challenge, Jon asks for anyone who has a copy of Castlevania: Dracula X to send it into the show for them to play, however it was played by Danny and Arin after Jon had left the show.
- Each intro for Castlevania: Dracula X includes a hidden reversed message.
- Jirard The Completionist reviewed the game for the 220th episode on his channel, with Arin and Vitas Varnas credited as patreon supporters.
Castlevania: Dracula X