WiiWare Wednesday - Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth - Hours spent in Transylvania?

"Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth released for Nintendo's WiiWare service on December 28, 2009 in the U.S., at 1,000 Wii Points (which is $10). The game was developed by M2 and published by Konami, and received an ESRB rating of "TEEN" with "Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence" listed as content for parents and gamers to be aware of.

A brief description for the game on its Nintendo Channel page reads, "The classic Castlevania game is reborn for the Wii with all-new upgrades."

How many U.S. Wii owners have reported playing Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth, and how many hours have they reported playing it? Brew yourself some coffee, and let's take a look!", writes CoffeeWithGames.

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DivineAssault 3119d ago

i completely forgot about this game releasing.. I want to buy it but i wont play it on my wii.. Hopefully it releases for 3DS.. ill get it for sure on there

silkylove3118d ago

I bought it on my Wii and transferred it over to my Wii U. It's a good Castlevania game, pretty short though, and a little too old school (no diagonal whipping). If you're choosing between this and Super Castlevania then get Super Castlevania. Cheaper and much better.

punisher993118d ago

Its is a crime that this game is only available for the Wii. So many people grew up playing 2D Castlevania games they should be available for all platforms.

stragomccloud3117d ago

It's probably because nearly all 2D Castlevania games were exclusive to Nintendo consoles. Doesn't make it right though. This should be available everywhere!

punisher993117d ago

Yeah I know. But Castlevania is a 3rd party franchise that have made atleast one appearance on every platform. So now its kinda a tease now when they decide to go ahead and make a game exclusive to one platform.

silkylove3117d ago

I think it's fine. The "Rebirth" series are a love letter to Nintendo. Gradius Rebirth, Castlevania Rebirth, and Contra Rebirth were all released for the Wii because none of those franchises would exist without the NES. This was a one time thing. And they're all very short games. It's not like you're missing out on a full game.

sdozzo3118d ago

Nice informative writing. I don't own a Wii but I appreciate the simplicity and quick recap.