When a vampire hibernates, Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin gets delayed

Castlevania: PoRYes. You read that title right. Konami‘s going to delay Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin and release it on February of next year. Now before you quote Dracula‘s immortal (teehee) lines and say “What is a man Konami? A miserable little pile of secrets delays!,” please reconsider. They’re not pushing the release date back without any substantial reason.

A spokesperson for Konami Europe says that we’re not going to see Portrait of Ruin this year so that the developers can buy some time to add more features. Yep. They’re going to beef up their game and some of the features they plan to append would focus on its online connectivity. They’re planning to whip out (sorry for the pun) an online mode to trade spells, an online shop that sells spells, and a two-player co-op via WiFi to battle enemy bosses.

We’re not sure of the other features they might implement, but given the features mentioned above, we’re willing to wait. Go, Konami! At the rate they’re going, Dawn of Sorrow fans have a lot to look forward to in this sequel.

Buy: [Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin]

Castlevania: PoRYes. You read that title right. Konami‘s going to delay Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin and release it on February of next year. Now before you quote Dracula‘s immortal (teehee) lines and say “What is a man Konami? A miserable little pile of secrets delays!,” please reconsider. They’re not pushing the release date back without any substantial reason.

A spokesperson for Konami Europe says that we’re not going to see Portrait of Ruin this year so that the developers can buy some time to add more features. Yep. They’re going to beef up their game and some of the features they plan to append would focus on its online connectivity. They’re planning to whip out (sorry for the pun) an online mode to trade spells, an online shop that sells spells, and a two-player co-op via WiFi to battle enemy bosses.

We’re not sure of the other features they might implement, but given the features mentioned above, we’re willing to wait. Go, Konami! At the rate they’re going, Dawn of Sorrow fans have a lot to look forward to in this sequel.

Buy: [Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin]

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