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===Playable characters===
 
===Playable characters===
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| name=John Morris (Johnny Morris in the Japanese version)
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| title=John Morris (Johnny Morris in the Japanese version)
 
| image=Castlevania MD JohnMorris.png
 
| image=Castlevania MD JohnMorris.png
 
| desc=Born in 12 December 1895 in Texas, USA, he is the son of Quincy Morris (who died upon defeating Dracula in 1897), and a distant descendant of Trevor Belmont. His weapon is the sacred whip "Vampire Killer", used by the Belmonts for centuries and temporarily entrusted to the Morris clan, since the Belmonts are unable to touch it until the year of 1999.
 
| desc=Born in 12 December 1895 in Texas, USA, he is the son of Quincy Morris (who died upon defeating Dracula in 1897), and a distant descendant of Trevor Belmont. His weapon is the sacred whip "Vampire Killer", used by the Belmonts for centuries and temporarily entrusted to the Morris clan, since the Belmonts are unable to touch it until the year of 1999.
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Morris has only one special move: '''Swing with Whip''' (hold {{up}}, press {{A}} midair — lashes the whip at ceiling blocks and swing forward).
 
Morris has only one special move: '''Swing with Whip''' (hold {{up}}, press {{A}} midair — lashes the whip at ceiling blocks and swing forward).
 
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{{SectionsNew
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{{InfoRow
| name=Eric Lecarde
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| title=Eric Lecarde
 
| image=Castlevania MD EricLecarde.png
 
| image=Castlevania MD EricLecarde.png
 
| desc=Born in 3 May 1892 in Segovia, Spain, he is also related to the Belmont lineage, though details are unclear. Eric decided to become a vampire hunter after Elizabeth Bartley changed his girlfriend, Gwendolyn, into a vampire. His weapon is the "Alcarde Spear", entrusted to the Lecarde family by Alucard, the son of Dracula, to assist the Morris clan. He has the advantage of being able to attack upward and diagonally, by pressing the desired direction on the D-pad.
 
| desc=Born in 3 May 1892 in Segovia, Spain, he is also related to the Belmont lineage, though details are unclear. Eric decided to become a vampire hunter after Elizabeth Bartley changed his girlfriend, Gwendolyn, into a vampire. His weapon is the "Alcarde Spear", entrusted to the Lecarde family by Alucard, the son of Dracula, to assist the Morris clan. He has the advantage of being able to attack upward and diagonally, by pressing the desired direction on the D-pad.
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Lecarde has two special moves: '''Mega Jump''' (hold {{down}}, press {{B}} — jumps three times higher) and '''Spinning Lance''' (hold {{A}}, press {{left}}/{{right}} — spins the lance back and forth).
 
Lecarde has two special moves: '''Mega Jump''' (hold {{down}}, press {{B}} — jumps three times higher) and '''Spinning Lance''' (hold {{A}}, press {{left}}/{{right}} — spins the lance back and forth).
 
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===Items===
 
===Items===
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{{SectionsNew| name=1up| image=Castlevania MD 1up.png| desc=extra player life}}
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{{InfoRow| title=1up| image=Castlevania MD 1up.png| desc=extra player life}}
{{SectionsNew| name=Bag of Kreutzers| image=Castlevania MD BagofKreutzers.png| desc=100 to 2,000 points}}
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{{InfoRow| title=Bag of Kreutzers| image=Castlevania MD BagofKreutzers.png| desc=100 to 2,000 points}}
{{SectionsNew| name=Red Jewel| image=Castlevania MD RedJewel.png| desc=adds 1 jewel for special weapon usage}}
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{{InfoRow| title=Red Jewel| image=Castlevania MD RedJewel.png| desc=adds 1 jewel for special weapon usage}}
{{SectionsNew| name=Blue Jewel| image=Castlevania MD BlueJewel.png| desc=adds 5 jewels for special weapon usage}}
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{{InfoRow| title=Blue Jewel| image=Castlevania MD BlueJewel.png| desc=adds 5 jewels for special weapon usage}}
{{SectionsNew| name=Coat-of-Arms| image=Castlevania MD CoatofArms.png| desc=power-up your weapon}}
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{{InfoRow| title=Coat-of-Arms| image=Castlevania MD CoatofArms.png| desc=power-up your weapon}}
{{SectionsNew| name=Mirror of Truth| image=Castlevania MD MirrorofTruth.png| desc=hits all enemies on screen}}
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{{InfoRow| title=Mirror of Truth| image=Castlevania MD MirrorofTruth.png| desc=hits all enemies on screen}}
{{SectionsNew| name=Mutton Chop| image=Castlevania MD MuttonChop.png| desc=restores one half of your character's life}}
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{{InfoRow| title=Mutton Chop| image=Castlevania MD MuttonChop.png| desc=restores one half of your character's life}}
{{SectionsNew| name=Spell Book| image=Castlevania MD SpellBook.png| desc=causes a random effect, such as weapon power-up}}
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{{InfoRow| title=Spell Book| image=Castlevania MD SpellBook.png| desc=causes a random effect, such as weapon power-up}}
{{SectionsNew| name=Black Orb| image=Castlevania MD BlackOrb.png| desc=Makes your character invulnerable for a short while}}
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{{InfoRow| title=Black Orb| image=Castlevania MD BlackOrb.png| desc=Makes your character invulnerable for a short while}}
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===Special weapons===
 
===Special weapons===
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{{InfoRow
| name=Battle Axe
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| title=Battle Axe
 
| image=Castlevania MD BattleAxe.png
 
| image=Castlevania MD BattleAxe.png
 
| desc=It's thrown up then falls down, making it difficult to hit enemies in certain cases, though it's great to reach the ones above you. At level 3 it summons three axes which fly straight forward.
 
| desc=It's thrown up then falls down, making it difficult to hit enemies in certain cases, though it's great to reach the ones above you. At level 3 it summons three axes which fly straight forward.
 
}}
 
}}
{{SectionsNew
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{{InfoRow
| name=Crystal Blade Boomerang
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| title=Crystal Blade Boomerang
 
| image=Castlevania MD CrystalBladeBoomerang.png
 
| image=Castlevania MD CrystalBladeBoomerang.png
 
| desc= It's thrown in a straight line then comes backward, possibly hitting enemies twice on its way. At level 3 it summons three boomerangs which fly forward forming a circle.
 
| desc= It's thrown in a straight line then comes backward, possibly hitting enemies twice on its way. At level 3 it summons three boomerangs which fly forward forming a circle.
 
}}
 
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{{SectionsNew
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{{InfoRow
| name=Sacred Water
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| title=Sacred Water
 
| image=Castlevania MD SacredWater.png
 
| image=Castlevania MD SacredWater.png
 
| desc=Like the Battle Axe, it's thrown up then falls down and can damages enemies in the air, though when it touches the ground a sacred explosion is created. At level 3 it flies through the screen in a spiral movement, hitting a good area.
 
| desc=Like the Battle Axe, it's thrown up then falls down and can damages enemies in the air, though when it touches the ground a sacred explosion is created. At level 3 it flies through the screen in a spiral movement, hitting a good area.
 
}}
 
}}
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===Stages===
 
===Stages===
:''For more screenshots see [[:Category:Castlevania: Bloodlines screenshots]]''
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| title=Stage 1 - Ruins of the Castle Dracula, Romania
| name=Stage 1 - Ruins of the Castle Dracula, Romania
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| screenshot=Castlevania_MD_Stage1_Intro.png
| image=Castlevania MD Stage1.png
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| screenshot2=Castlevania MD Stage1.png
 
| desc=The first stage is divided into eleven sections, featuring a Hellhound at the end of 1-5 and the stage boss — Armor Battler, a giant mecha knight.
 
| desc=The first stage is divided into eleven sections, featuring a Hellhound at the end of 1-5 and the stage boss — Armor Battler, a giant mecha knight.
 
}}
 
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{{SectionsNew
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{{InfoRow
| name=Stage 2 - Atlantis Shrine, Greece
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| title=Stage 2 - Atlantis Shrine, Greece
| image=Castlevania MD Stage2.png
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| screenshot=Castlevania_MD_Stage2_Intro.png
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| screenshot2=Castlevania MD Stage2.png
 
| desc=The second stage has seven parts, featuring three mini-bosses — the Water Mage and two Armor Lords, all in 2-3 (the first one wielding a morning star and the other wielding an axe) - plus the stage boss — Golem, a stone giant.
 
| desc=The second stage has seven parts, featuring three mini-bosses — the Water Mage and two Armor Lords, all in 2-3 (the first one wielding a morning star and the other wielding an axe) - plus the stage boss — Golem, a stone giant.
 
}}
 
}}
{{SectionsNew
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{{InfoRow
| name=Stage 3 - The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy
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| title=Stage 3 - The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy
| image=Castlevania MD Stage3.png
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| screenshot=Castlevania_MD_Stage3_Intro.png
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| screenshot2=Castlevania MD Stage3.png
 
| desc=
 
| desc=
 
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{{SectionsNew
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{{InfoRow
| name=Stage 4 - The Munitions Factory, Germany
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| title=Stage 4 - The Munitions Factory, Germany
| image=Castlevania MD Stage4.png
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| screenshot=Castlevania_MD_Stage4_Intro.png
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| screenshot2=Castlevania MD Stage4.png
 
| desc=
 
| desc=
 
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{{SectionsNew
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{{InfoRow
| name=Stage 5 - Versailles Palace, France
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| title=Stage 5 - Versailles Palace, France
| image=Castlevania MD Stage5.png
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| screenshot=Castlevania_MD_Stage5_Intro.png
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| screenshot2=Castlevania MD Stage5.png
 
| desc=
 
| desc=
 
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{{SectionsNew
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{{InfoRow
| name=Stage 6 - The Castle Proserpina, England
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| title=Stage 6 - The Castle Proserpina, England
| image=Castlevania MD Stage6.png
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| screenshot=Castlevania_MD_Stage6_Intro.png
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| screenshot2=Castlevania MD Stage6.png
 
| desc=There are three boss fights throughout this stage starting at 6-5, which is a fight with Death and rematches against the stage 2 through 4 bosses, Elizabeth and Medusa at 6-7, and a final battle with Dracula and Drolta at 6-9.
 
| desc=There are three boss fights throughout this stage starting at 6-5, which is a fight with Death and rematches against the stage 2 through 4 bosses, Elizabeth and Medusa at 6-7, and a final battle with Dracula and Drolta at 6-9.
 
}}
 
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==Versions==
 
==Versions==
 
The game utilizes a region lockout mechanism, but it can be disabled by holding down the {{A}} button during startup. Note that this doesn't affect the title screen and graphics modifications (so it's not possible to turn a censored PAL version into an uncensored NTSC-J or NTSC-U version).
 
The game utilizes a region lockout mechanism, but it can be disabled by holding down the {{A}} button during startup. Note that this doesn't affect the title screen and graphics modifications (so it's not possible to turn a censored PAL version into an uncensored NTSC-J or NTSC-U version).
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===Localised names===
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{{aka
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|en_name=Castlevania: The New Generation
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|us_name=Castlevania: Bloodlines
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|jp_name=バンパイアキラー
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|jp_trans=Vampire Killer
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}}
  
 
==Production credits==
 
==Production credits==

Latest revision as of 21:10, 10 August 2018

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CastlevaniaBloodlines title.png
Castlevania: Bloodlines
Publisher: Konami
Developer:
System(s): Sega Mega Drive
Genre: Action































Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
JP
¥7,800 T-95043
Sega Mega Drive
US
$? T-95076
Sega Mega Drive
UK
£44.99[2] T-95076-50
Sega Mega Drive
FR
?F T-95076-50
Sega Mega Drive
DE
DM ? T-95076-50
Sega Mega Drive
ES
?Ptas T-95076-50
Sega Mega Drive
AU
$? ?



Castlevania: Bloodlines, known as Vampire Killer (バンパイアキラー) in Japan, is an entry in the Castlevania series, and the first of two games to reach Sega systems. Bloodlines was the subject of much debate at the time, as even though it has a considerable amount of violence and many depictions of blood, Sega's Videogame Rating Council only gave the game a "GA", the lowest rating possible. This affected the European release, which was heavily censored and renamed Castlevania: The New Generation, and the Australian release kept the name while remaining identical to the American release in content. The game was released exclusively for the Sega Mega Drive.

Bloodlines does not feature the Belmont clan featured in previous games. Although the characters are related to the Belmont clan by blood, they belong to other families and their relationship is not clearly explained. It is also the first game not to take place exclusively within in Romania.

Compared to other Castlevania games, Bloodlines was faster and more dynamic, e.g. it's possible to jump onto stairs. Weapons can be powered up, which also exchanges the equipped subweapon (axe, boomerang,...) into a smartbomb.

Like most Konami games on the Sega Mega Drive, Bloodlines has become rather expensive.

Story

In 1897, Quincy Morris defeated Count Dracula, but died afterwards due to the wounds from the battle. His son, John Morris, and his friend Eric Lecarde witnessed it.

Twenty years later, a vampire named Elizabeth Bartley - who had been executed in 1421 - was accidentally brought back to life by a witch named Drolta Tzuentes. Once back, Elizabeth wants to revive her dead uncle - none other than Dracula.

Now, it's up to John and Eric - descendants of a clan of vampire hunters, the Belmonts - to find Elizabeth and stop her, before she brings Count Dracula back to the land of the living.

The ancestors of the Belmont family are doomed to confront the power of evil incarnate......Dracula!

In 1917, a countess sought to revive the long dead spirit of the vampire. Her name was Elizabeth Bartley.

To revive him, she needed to travel all over Europe, enlisting help from all the powers of darkness.

Two young vampire hunters set out to fulfill their destiny.... Push back the evil hordes and drive the vampire back into his dark netherworld.

— Opening sequence

Gameplay

In Castlevania: Bloodlines the player travel through six different countries of Europe, controlling either John Morris — current owner of the "Vampire Killer" whip — or his childhood friend Eric Lecarde — a master lanceman. Macabre creatures such as zombies and skeletons are summoned by Countess Bartley to kill you.

Along the way you can collect items to power-up the weapon (up to three times), as well as one of three special weapons, useful to hit enemies from afar. In order to use the special weapons you must collect jewels, which are hidden inside candles found all over the way.

By default A attacks, B jumps and C uses the special weapon; controls can be changed at the options menu. Special weapons normally require one jewel per usage, though holding Up while pressing C turns it into a smartbomb, which uses up four jewels. Also, if you collect three power-ups having at least eight jewels, the special weapon is temporarily replaced by an ultimate attack that costs eight jewels. Holding Down and pressing A midair performs a straight down attack.

Passwords are given at the end of each stage, once the stage boss is defeated. When passwords are used, the weapon level, jewels count and score are reset — the special weapon is also lost.

Playable characters

Castlevania MD JohnMorris.png John Morris (Johnny Morris in the Japanese version)
Born in 12 December 1895 in Texas, USA, he is the son of Quincy Morris (who died upon defeating Dracula in 1897), and a distant descendant of Trevor Belmont. His weapon is the sacred whip "Vampire Killer", used by the Belmonts for centuries and temporarily entrusted to the Morris clan, since the Belmonts are unable to touch it until the year of 1999.

Morris has only one special move: Swing with Whip (hold Up, press A midair — lashes the whip at ceiling blocks and swing forward).

Castlevania MD EricLecarde.png Eric Lecarde
Born in 3 May 1892 in Segovia, Spain, he is also related to the Belmont lineage, though details are unclear. Eric decided to become a vampire hunter after Elizabeth Bartley changed his girlfriend, Gwendolyn, into a vampire. His weapon is the "Alcarde Spear", entrusted to the Lecarde family by Alucard, the son of Dracula, to assist the Morris clan. He has the advantage of being able to attack upward and diagonally, by pressing the desired direction on the D-pad.

Lecarde has two special moves: Mega Jump (hold Down, press B — jumps three times higher) and Spinning Lance (hold A, press Left/Right — spins the lance back and forth).

Items

Castlevania MD 1up.png 1up
extra player life
Castlevania MD BagofKreutzers.png Bag of Kreutzers
100 to 2,000 points
Castlevania MD RedJewel.png Red Jewel
adds 1 jewel for special weapon usage
Castlevania MD BlueJewel.png Blue Jewel
adds 5 jewels for special weapon usage
Castlevania MD CoatofArms.png Coat-of-Arms
power-up your weapon
Castlevania MD MirrorofTruth.png Mirror of Truth
hits all enemies on screen
Castlevania MD MuttonChop.png Mutton Chop
restores one half of your character's life
Castlevania MD SpellBook.png Spell Book
causes a random effect, such as weapon power-up
Castlevania MD BlackOrb.png Black Orb
Makes your character invulnerable for a short while

Special weapons

Castlevania MD BattleAxe.png Battle Axe
It's thrown up then falls down, making it difficult to hit enemies in certain cases, though it's great to reach the ones above you. At level 3 it summons three axes which fly straight forward.
Castlevania MD CrystalBladeBoomerang.png Crystal Blade Boomerang
It's thrown in a straight line then comes backward, possibly hitting enemies twice on its way. At level 3 it summons three boomerangs which fly forward forming a circle.
Castlevania MD SacredWater.png Sacred Water
Like the Battle Axe, it's thrown up then falls down and can damages enemies in the air, though when it touches the ground a sacred explosion is created. At level 3 it flies through the screen in a spiral movement, hitting a good area.

Stages

Castlevania MD Stage1 Intro.png
Castlevania MD Stage1.png
Stage 1 - Ruins of the Castle Dracula, Romania
The first stage is divided into eleven sections, featuring a Hellhound at the end of 1-5 and the stage boss — Armor Battler, a giant mecha knight.
Castlevania MD Stage2 Intro.png
Castlevania MD Stage2.png
Stage 2 - Atlantis Shrine, Greece
The second stage has seven parts, featuring three mini-bosses — the Water Mage and two Armor Lords, all in 2-3 (the first one wielding a morning star and the other wielding an axe) - plus the stage boss — Golem, a stone giant.
Castlevania MD Stage3 Intro.png
Castlevania MD Stage3.png
Stage 3 - The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy
Castlevania MD Stage4 Intro.png
Castlevania MD Stage4.png
Stage 4 - The Munitions Factory, Germany
Castlevania MD Stage5 Intro.png
Castlevania MD Stage5.png
Stage 5 - Versailles Palace, France
Castlevania MD Stage6 Intro.png
Castlevania MD Stage6.png
Stage 6 - The Castle Proserpina, England
There are three boss fights throughout this stage starting at 6-5, which is a fight with Death and rematches against the stage 2 through 4 bosses, Elizabeth and Medusa at 6-7, and a final battle with Dracula and Drolta at 6-9.

Versions

The game utilizes a region lockout mechanism, but it can be disabled by holding down the A button during startup. Note that this doesn't affect the title screen and graphics modifications (so it's not possible to turn a censored PAL version into an uncensored NTSC-J or NTSC-U version).

Localised names

Also known as
Language Localised Name English Translation
English Castlevania: The New Generation Castlevania: The New Generation
English (US) Castlevania: Bloodlines Castlevania: Bloodlines
Japanese バンパイアキラー Vampire Killer

Production credits

The only regional difference in the ending credits is in the very first line, where it says "<regional game title> Staff". Also, if you beat the game in normal difficulty it ends with "Try Expert Mode!"; if you finish it in expert difficulty it changes to "Congratulations! You are the master of Vampire Killer".

  • Programmer MK1: Hanaten
  • Enemy Program: Takashi Takeda
  • Trap and Enemy Program: Kenichiro Horio
  • Wandering Programmer: Koji Komata
  • Program: Hidenari Inamura
  • Main Designer: Bunmin
  • Design: Mamuun
  • Special Design: Tat, Norio Takemoto
  • Sound Program: Atsushi Fujio, Osamu Kasai
  • Sound Design: Michiru Yamane
  • Package Design: M.Yoshihashi, Kaori Sasaki
  • Special Thanks to: H.Takeuchi, K.Iketani, K.Kinjyo, T.Shinguu, N.Tanaka, S.Yomota, H.Jyuni, A.Shizuno, T.Niimi, T.Yabe
  • Copyright by: 1994 Tokumashoten Intermedia Inc.
  • Supervisor: Yutaka Haruki
  • Producer: Tomikazu Kirita
  • © 1994 Konami
  • All Rights Reserved
Source: In-game credits


Magazine articles

Main article: Castlevania: Bloodlines/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

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US TV Advert
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EGM US 057.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Electronic Gaming Monthly (US)

#57: "April 1994" (1994-xx-xx)


also published in:
  • GamePro (US) #57: "April 1994" (1994-xx-xx)[4]
  • Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) #58: "May 1994" (1994-xx-xx)[5]
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SegaMagazine UK 02.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Sega Magazine (UK)

#2: "February 1994" (1994-01-10)


also published in:
  • Computer & Video Games (UK) #147: "February 1994" (1994-01-15)[6]
  • Computer & Video Games (UK) #148: "March 1994" (1994-02-15)[7]
  • Computer & Video Games (UK) #149: "April 1994" (1994-03-15)[8]
  • Mega (UK) #19: "April 1994" (1994-xx-xx)[9]
  • Mean Machines Sega (UK) #18: "April 1994" (1994-02-28)[10]
  • Mega (UK) #20: "May 1994" (1994-04-21)[11]
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Joypad FR 029.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Joypad (FR)

#29: "Mars 1994" (1994-xx-xx)

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VideoGames DE 1994-06.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Video Games (DE)

#1994-06: "6/94" (1994-05-25)

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MegaSega ES 11.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Mega Sega (ES)

#11: "xxxx xxxx" (1994-xx-xx)


also published in:

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
82 №30, p92-93[13]
83 №147, p62-63[2]
80 №56, p46-47[14]
70 №15, p48-49
86 №29, p112-114[15]
91 №20, p22-25
82 №18, p43
83 №26
90 №16 (supp.), p2-7Media:MMS16 CastlevaniaReview.pdf[16]
92 №40, p68-71[17]
86 №2, p91-92[18]
70 №52, p38-39
84 №30, p60-61
87 №25, p11
Sega Mega Drive
83
Based on
14 reviews

Mega Drive, US
CastleVaniaBloodlines MD US Box.jpg
Cover
Castlevania md us cart.jpg
Cart
Castlevania Bloodlines MD US Manual.pdf
Manual
Mega Drive, US (cardboard)
Castlevania MD US Box Back Cardboard.jpgNospine.pngCastlevania MD US Box Front Cardboard.jpg
Cover
Castlevania md us cart.jpg
Cart
Mega Drive, EU
CastleVaniaBloodlines MD EU Box.jpg
Cover
CastlevaniaTNG MD EU Cart.jpg
Cart
Castlevania Bloodlines MD EU Manual.pdf
Manual
Mega Drive, JP
CastlevaniaBloodlines MD JP Box.jpg
Cover
VampireKiller MD JP CartTop.jpg
VampireKiller MD JP Cart.jpg
Cart
Vampirekiller md jp manual.pdf
Manual
Mega Drive, SE (Rental)

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 fb1ea6df
MD5 0f04fc1b5bf8c9a887abcf14ce96b0cd
SHA-1 4809cf80ced70e77bc7479bb652a9d9fe22ce7e6
1MB 1994-03 Cartridge (US)
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 4dd4e4a5
MD5 10d2e8576380e5c22d8771f470747c98
SHA-1 61aabb1053f090fb6c13968c86170357c5df4eba
1MB 1994-03 Cartridge (EU)
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 91b57d2b
MD5 3453bcc79345872034845cc5a7a1b15f
SHA-1 3e709bd27577056abbbd6735021eaffd90caa140
1MB 1994-03 Cartridge (JP)
Sega Mega Drive
 ?
CRC32 84cd103a
MD5 b7ab3ef9d51d2ed9228deaad0203adce
SHA-1 8c4004c0d8cbe211ffa3919fd609653221a0078b
1MB 1993-12

References


Castlevania games for Sega systems
Sega Mega Drive
Castlevania: Bloodlines (1994)
Sega 32X
Castlevania: The Bloodletting (Cancelled)
Sega Saturn
Akumajou Dracula X: Gekka no Yasoukyoku (1998) | Castlevania: The Bloodletting (Cancelled)
Sega Dreamcast
Castlevania Resurrection (Cancelled)