Castlevania: Symphony of the Night Comes to Android and iOS With Controller Support

A screenshot of Castlevania's new mobile UI.
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In an effort to drum up hype for Castlevania Season 3 (the Netflix anime), Konami just released Castlevania: Symphony of the Night for Android and iOS devices. The classic game costs just $3, doesn’t include any pesky micro-transactions, and works with real controllers.

If you’ve never played Symphony of the Night (or you’re a fan like me), then download this game ASAP. It’s a classic PlayStation title that mixes platforming action with unobtrusive RPG elements and a non-liner environment that turns gameplay upside-down.

Again, this port works with hardware controllers, so you can dip right into that 90s nostalgia without a second thought. It also supports achievements, and has a new continue feature, which saves you from being pushed back to the title screen if you die. It works in English, Japanese, German, French, Italian, and Spanish, and features the updated voice acting and script from the PSP and PS4 Symphony ports.

You can buy Symphony of the Night on the Google Play store or the App Store. And in case you’re wondering Castlevania Season 3 comes to Netflix on March 5th.

Source: Androidcentral

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