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Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge
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Japanese Name
ドラキュラ伝説II Dracula Densetsu II
Developer(s)
Publisher(s)
Platform(s)
Game Boy, Game Boy Color
Release Date(s)
July 12, 1991 (Japan)
August 1991 (USA)
November 26, 1992 (Europe)
July 26, 2000 (Europe, Game Boy Color re-release)
Media(s)
1-megabit cartridge


Composer(s)
Hidehiro Funauchi
Genre(s)
Action adventure
Mode(s)
Single player

Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge is the second Castlevania game for the Game Boy system. It was released in Japan and North America on August 12, 1991.

This game is sometimes referred to as Castlevania: The Adventure II, after the first Castlevania game for the Game Boy, to avoid confusion with the similarly-titled Castlevania II: Simon's Quest. However, that is not the game's official name.

StorylineEdit

The game once again stars Christopher Belmont, this time on the quest to save his son, Soleiyu Belmont from Count Dracula.

CharactersEdit

Characters
Image Name Information
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Christopher Belmont
(Christopher Belmondo)
The Belmont hero who thought he had defeated Dracula before and now must defeat his own son.
Soleiyu Belmont
Soleiyu Belmont
(Soleiyu Belmondo)
Christopher's son who was supposed to become the next Vampire Hunter. He was turned into a demon by Dracula.
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Dracula
The main antagonist who utilized Soeliyu's power to revive himself.

GameplayEdit

Taking a page from the gameplay of Mega Man, Belmont's Revenge allows the player to play any of the game's four stages in any order that they choose. Dracula has four themed castles: air, plant, earth and crystal, and there is no advantage in picking one level over another.

This time around, Christopher Belmont can now wield sub-weapons. Unlike console Castlevanias, however, this game only features two sub-weapons; the Axe and the Holy Water (in the Japanese version, however, the Axe sub-weapon is replaced with a Cross). So getting hearts this time around will prove to be useful compared to this game's predecessor; The Castlevania Adventure.

Trivia Edit

  • The box art of the North American version was created by Tom Dubois.

See also Edit

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