in a Mysterious new film (HT Polygon), The external player will browse what seems to be the prototype Castlevania: Resurrection, This is the Sega Dreamcast game cancelled in the early 2000s. If legal, this is the first time that the game screen has been played publicly.
The short video appeared on a newly created YouTube channel without a description. The disc is labeled “1
The player loaded multiple areas from the debug menu, but moved the character with only one hand, so it is not clear whether combat or other functions are implemented. Although the protagonist was injured by several enemies, she also wandered through the lava pit without obvious adverse reactions, which shows that many things have not been completed.
according to Invisible 64, Castlevania: Resurrection Would have been Castlevania legend The protagonist Sonia Belmont (Sonia Belmont) and a new character named Victor Belmont (Victor Belmont), before the start of the first game, they used to deal with Dracula.Although the game did appear in private performances at E3 and beyond in 1999 September 1999 British Dreamcast Magazine, Konami quietly cancelled it in March 2000.
“Castlevania: Resurrection It’s a game destined to play from the beginning,” former Konami artist Jason Lee Elliott Wrote on his personal website. “When I joined the team, the team itself encountered a lot of trouble. Most of the teams are only engaged in sports games, so they don’t know how to make 3D action platform games. The art team is not very cohesive and cannot reach a consensus on one direction. The game has been It has been developed for nearly two years, and there is almost no display.”
Since the cancellation, various Castlevania: Resurrection Assets are displayed online-including Concept art with music-Thanks to the people who participated in the development of the game.
When Konami sends an email, I don’t think the world will miss anything amazing Castlevania: Resurrection Grazing, but this does not mean that archiving work like this is still not essential to preserving the history of video games. When a large studio canceled a project, we lost more than a few hours of game time. A tribute to the fans who continue to seek information; only with their efforts, we can continue to learn these games.