The first was amazingly good, the second had moments of brilliance but was dragged back by too many experimental gameplay changes to please criticism of the first it ruined it.I loved the Castlevania: lords of shadow games, both of em. So a part 3 would be warmly welcomed.
Better then locking them away from all platforms
These rumours are consistent despite Konami denying them.
You'd think they'd give up, unless...
So you‘d rather have Konami keep Castlevania Patchinko exclusive?
Better one than none...
Be realistic. Konami doesn't give a fuck about gaming and Sony probably has to grovel and kiss ass just to get a license to use the IP.Uh no....id rather someone who would put it on PC makes it instead. 1. So i can actually enjoy it 2. so i can play it in a superior format of my choosing and 3. because having it on a couple platforms ensures that an older IP that may have chance to prosper. I just want a new damn Ganbare Goemon.
Oh and perchance it is console exclusive i jinx it to be directed by Neil Druckman and star Xir Belmont and the story revolves around his oppression in Modern day Los Angeles's alt right vampires.
What I love about Sony is that they already want that too, but they wouldn't do it if it ends up hurting the brand. They'll rather wait for the right people and circumstances to align, so the product would live up to the hype, instead of a quick $ grab.Bloodborne always gave me heavy Castlevania vibes especially with Cainhurst Castle, so I would be down.
Although why not just make a sequel to Bloodbrone? It's one of the most beloved PS4 exclusives, and a confirmed Bloodborne II would most certainly sell PS5's