in Mysterious new video (h / t Polygon)Off-camera players navigate through what appears to be the prototype of the Castlevania: ResurrectionThis is the Sega Dreamcast game that was discontinued since the early 2000s. If correct, this is the first time that gaming footage has been made public.
A short video appeared on the newly created YouTube channel and had no description. The disc is marked “11 ‘5 ’99” and looks like Sega’s generic rewritable GD-ROM that was commonly used internally for development and distribution for Dreamcast-era media. From where
Players load multiple regions from the debug menu. Instead, it only moves the character with one hand, so it’s unclear whether to use combat or other features, and while the main character has been damaged by a few enemies, she walks through a lava pit so that it doesn’t. There was a clear disastrous outcome indicating that many things were not done.
according Invisible 64, Castlevania: Resurrection Will follow The legend of Castlevania Sonia Belmont, new protagonist and character named Victor Belmont, as they travel into the past to deal with Dracula before the events of the first game. While the game made an appearance during a private show at E3 1999 and in 2016 September 1999 issue Of the united kingdom Dreamcast MagazineKonami quietly canceled in March 2000.
“Castlevania: Resurrection It’s a game doomed from the start. ”Jason Lee Elliott, former Konami artist. Write on his personal website“The team had a lot of problems when I got on the boat. Most of the teams had only worked on sports games, so they didn’t know how to build a 3D action platform. The game has been in development for almost two years and is rarely shown. ”
Since the various cancellations Castlevania: Resurrection Content appearing online includes Concept art and music– Thanks to the people who have contributed to the game development
I don’t think the world has missed out on anything incredible when Konami sent it. Castlevania: Resurrection Out into the pasture But that doesn’t mean archiving efforts like this aren’t critically important to preserve video game history. We lost more than a few hours of gameplay when a major studio canceled the project, kudos to the fans who keep researching. It is because of their efforts alone that we will continue to learn about these games.