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All the versions of Player Miss/Death

0:00 Castlevania (1986) [Famicom/NES/GBA/Wii] 0:02 Vampire Killer (1986) [MSX2] 0:04 Dracula 2: Noroi no Fuiin (1987) [Famicom/Wii] 0:07 Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (1988)[NES/Wii] 0:10 Akumajo Densetsu (1989) [Famicom/Wii] 0:12 Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (1990) [NES/Wii] 0:15 Super Castlevania IV (1991) [Super Famicom/SNES/Wii] 0:20 Akumajo Dracula X: Chi no Rondo (1993) [PC-Engine: Turbo Duo/PSP/Wii] 0:23 Akumajo Dracula X68000 (1993) [The Sharp X68000] 0:26 Akumajo Dracula X68000 (1993) [The Sharp X68000] 0:28 Akumajo Dracula X68000 (1993) [The Sharp X68000] 0:31 Castlevania Dracula X / Vampire's Kiss (1995) [Super Famicom/SNES] 0:33 Castlevania Chronicles (2001) [Playstation] 0:36 Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (2007) [PSP] 0:40 Castlevania: Order of Shadows (2007) [Mobile Phones] 0:42 Castlevania Judgment (2008) [Wii] 0:52 Pachislot Akumajo Dracula (2009) [Slot Machines] 0:55 Castlevania the Adventure ReBirth (2009) [Wii]

This 2-second jingle plays whenever the character being played loses a life (by falling through a bottomless pit, being impaled by spikes, not keeping up with the self-scrolling screen, killed by enemies, or simply having the time run out). It is usually heard in the classic-style (some might call it "linear") Castlevania games where players beat the game by finishing a stage and defeating the boss at the end, mostly "pre-Symphony of the Night". In fact, it is not really present in any of the Metroidvania nor the 3-D games (except for Judgment and possibly Harmony of Dissonance). Though it only last for a few seconds, it is pretty catchy and hard to forget (in my opinion).

NOTE: Not all the versions are included. Whenever a find a good number of tracks, I'll make an updated video that includes all the version in this video and the newer/missing ones.

THESE TRACKS DO NOT BELONG TO ME.

Credit to the Castlevania music tracks/songs goes to KONAMI KuKeiHa CLUB, Sony Music Entertainment, and the following composers:

Kinuyo Yamashita, S.Terishima, Kenishi Matsubara, H. Funauchi, H. Maezawa, Jun Funahashi, Yukie Morimoto, Sotaro Tojima, Masanori Oodachi, Mikio Saitou, Michiru Yamane, Tomoya Tomita, Masahiko Kimura, Harumi Uekou, Rika Muranaka, T. Ohsono, J. Karashima, Kaoru Okada, Youichi Iwata, Masahiko Kimura, Motoaki Furukawa, Mariko Egawa, Soshiro Hokkai, Norikazu Miura, Yuzo Koshiro, Vincent Diamante, Mark Lindsey, Yasuhiro Ichihashi, Yasushi Asuda, Manabu Namiki, A. Itoh, Yuichi Tsuchiya, and any other composer and company involved in the composition of the songs.

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  • Game Over

    The Game Over jingle was composed by Konami Kukeiha Club. It plays in almost every Castlevania...

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