Kickstarter Backers Denied DRM-Free Version Of Bloodstained: Curse Of The Moon

Isaac Cain
May 14, 2018

Fans ensured that they were, injecting over $5 million into the project and helping it earn the title of second most-funded video game of all time.

Igarashi is working with developer Inti Creates on Curse of the Moon, which is a spinoff of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, which is a modern spiritual successor to the Symphony of the Night. This coming in before the actual main release of BloodStained: Ritual of the Night, Tthis one is going back to it's predecessors and will be in 8-Bit. Parallel to that, Koji Igarashi's Castlevania throwback is set for a release too.

During a panel at Bitsummit in Kyoto, Inti Creates and Artplay announced Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon.

Curse of the Moon captures the look of the original Castlevania games for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

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Igarashi added that this upcoming spin-off game was being developed by Inti Creates, a Japanese developer that collaborated with the Bloodstained developers on the Kickstarter.

In the game, players will take on the role of demon slayer Zangetsu.

He will meet travellers on the way who can join your journey as playable characters, and who have unique abilities that will help you to unlock new paths. Your choices in recruiting these adventurers will change the difficulty of the game, and may even affect the ending! For those backers, those codes should soon be available via the official home page or a Kickstarter update, so make sure to check in. It has a lot of retro charm, and I had a great deal of fun with it.

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