History Videogame / CastlevaniaBloodlines

17th Jul '16 2:22:12 PM JudasZala
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* BuildingSwing: John can swing off ceilings with his whip.
25th Jun '16 3:06:18 PM MugenKagemaru
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It's the early 20th century, and the first World War has begun. Orchestrated by the vampire Elizabeth Bartley who wishes to use the countless souls to [[HereWeGoAgain raise Dracula from the dead.]] With no Belmonts in sight it falls on John Morris, son of [[Literature/{{Dracula}} Quincey Morris]], and Eric Lecarde, inheritor of the Alucard Spear, to stop Elizabeth from resurrecting Dracula once again.

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It's the early 20th century, and [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI the first World War War]] has begun. Orchestrated by the vampire Elizabeth Bartley who wishes to use the countless souls to [[HereWeGoAgain raise Dracula from the dead.]] With no Belmonts in sight it falls on John Morris, son of [[Literature/{{Dracula}} Quincey Morris]], and Eric Lecarde, inheritor of the Alucard Spear, to stop Elizabeth from resurrecting Dracula once again.
3rd Jun '16 10:57:44 PM Doug86
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* UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne: In the game's backstory, the BigBad of the game, Elizabeth Bartley was the mastermind behind the Archduke of Austria's assassination, which started World War I.

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* UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne: UsefulNotes/WorldWarI: In the game's backstory, the BigBad of the game, Elizabeth Bartley was the mastermind behind the Archduke of Austria's assassination, which started World War I.
18th May '16 6:19:17 PM AndyLA
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* WorldTour: Unique among the series for its usage of this trope.

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* WorldTour: Unique among the series for its usage of this trope. Granted, you only journey across Europe, but it's still fitting.
9th Jan '16 1:27:01 AM erforce
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* BloodierAndGorier: Out of all the Classicvanias, this one had the most blood in it by far. Though, coming from a Sega Genesis game, this is [[VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}} hardly]] [[MortalKombat surprising]]. Yet somehow it got an "all audiences" rating.

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* BloodierAndGorier: Out of all the Classicvanias, this one had the most blood in it by far. Though, coming from a Sega Genesis game, this is [[VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}} hardly]] [[MortalKombat [[VideoGame/MortalKombat surprising]]. Yet somehow it got an "all audiences" rating.
8th Jan '16 7:30:20 PM nombretomado
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* BloodierAndGorier: Out of all the Classicvanias, this one had the most blood in it by far. Though, coming from a Sega Genesis game, this is [[{{Splatterhouse}} hardly]] [[MortalKombat surprising]]. Yet somehow it got an "all audiences" rating.

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* BloodierAndGorier: Out of all the Classicvanias, this one had the most blood in it by far. Though, coming from a Sega Genesis game, this is [[{{Splatterhouse}} [[VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}} hardly]] [[MortalKombat surprising]]. Yet somehow it got an "all audiences" rating.
29th Nov '15 5:22:48 PM nombretomado
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The 11th game in the long-running ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' series, '''Castlevania: Bloodlines''' (''Vampire Killer'' in Japan and ''Castlevania: The New Generation'' in Europe) was released for the SegaGenesis in 1994. This game is notable for the fact that it ties the ''Castlevania'' story with that of Bram Stoker's ''Literature/{{Dracula}}''.

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The 11th game in the long-running ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' series, '''Castlevania: Bloodlines''' (''Vampire Killer'' in Japan and ''Castlevania: The New Generation'' in Europe) was released for the SegaGenesis UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis in 1994. This game is notable for the fact that it ties the ''Castlevania'' story with that of Bram Stoker's ''Literature/{{Dracula}}''.
16th Aug '15 11:02:30 PM Sabrewing
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It's the early 20th century, and the first World War has begun. Orchestrated by the vampire Elizabeth Bartley who wishes to use the countless souls to [[HereWeGoAgain raise Dracula from the dead.]] With no Belmonts in sight it falls on John Morris, son of [[Literature/{{Dracula}} Quincy Morris]] and Eric Lecarde to stop Elizabeth from resurrecting Dracula once again.

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It's the early 20th century, and the first World War has begun. Orchestrated by the vampire Elizabeth Bartley who wishes to use the countless souls to [[HereWeGoAgain raise Dracula from the dead.]] With no Belmonts in sight it falls on John Morris, son of [[Literature/{{Dracula}} Quincy Morris]] Quincey Morris]], and Eric Lecarde Lecarde, inheritor of the Alucard Spear, to stop Elizabeth from resurrecting Dracula once again.
26th Mar '15 6:44:07 PM HerrBlitzDiktator
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** Also, instead of Boomerang Crosses, it's a Bladed Boomerang, and there's no hearts, just [[PowerCrystal crystals]]
6th Mar '15 6:11:38 PM HerrBlitzDiktator
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* OffWithHisHead: You can actually decapitate Harpies in the Italy level with Eric, although, [[SomeDexterityRequired it's pretty hard to do.]]
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