Classic Castlevania vibes stay on in Bloodstained: Curse Of The Moon 2, a sequel to the retro-inspired spinoff that Inti Creates developed for Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night. The 8-bit styled platformer has all of the whip and gun motion of its predecessor, now with native co-op.
Swordsman Zangetsu is again and so is his grudge in opposition to demons. As with the unique, you’ll be able to swap playable characters with totally different skills to search out new paths by way of the demonic stronghold. The solid from the primary Curse Of The moon is again alongside new associates Dominique the exorcist, Robert the sharpshooter, and Hachi a magic swimsuit of armor managed by a corgi. Yup, guess we’re simply enjoying that one with a straight face.
Newly added for the sequel is native co-op for 2 gamers, that means you’ll be able to accomplice up with a pal to deal with demons with two units of skills. Just don’t battle over who will get dibs on the corgi, alright?
As for the unique Curse Of The Moon, Dave says it will get the boss fights proper. “What Curse Of The Moon does extremely well is make bosses really feel like a big deal,” he says. “Even if you manage to kill a boss, each has a unique desperation attack that will reduce your health to one bar in the main game if it hits you, while dodging it grants you an extra life. It adds a climactic end to every boss battle.” Reckon we are able to anticipate extra of that within the sequel.
You can snag Bloodstained: Curse Of The Moon 2 over on Steam for £13.49/€14.99/$14.99.