Castlevania, canceled in 1999 for the Dreamcast, has appeared on the web and is compatible with emulators.

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Castlevania, canceled in 1999 for the Dreamcast, has appeared on the web and is compatible with emulators.

The canceled action-adventure Castlevania Resurrection prototype for the SEGA Dreamcast has leaked online, so anyone can now play it. The project was announced on E3 1999, and its early build was only shown to the press behind closed doors.

Castlevania
Castlevania

Konami eventually abandoned the project. At that time, the game was only a quarter complete. Until recently, the only proof of Castlevania Resurrection’s existence was several magazine articles and an IGN preview written in late 1999. Apparently, the project was canceled shortly thereafter.

22 years later, an early demo built for E3 1999 was obtained by SEGA Dreamcast Info Preservation Games owner Comby Laurent after a lengthy auction. He also converted the project into an image that can be run on the Dreamcast and emulators.

The prototype consists of five levels and allows players to control the first member of the Belmont family, Sonya. Users need to click the Start button and select the corresponding line in the debug menu to go to another area. Since this is an early build, there are many noticeable bugs: Sony’s roll is not implemented properly. The system for fixing the sight on enemies does not work, and the game periodically freezes.

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