Konami keeps the ReBirth line of games alive with Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth. Christopher Belmont was the first Belmont to face Dracula on a handheld system in the aberration that was Castlevania: The Adventure. Konami gives the original an upgrade that looks and plays like it could have been released on a 16-bit system. Thankfully it isn't a faithful remake. It adds better elements from stages in other Castlevania games in the same manner that Quentin Tarantino borders on plagiarism and calls it homage. For purists and hardcore players, the game includes a Classic Mode in which jumping is less forgiving, and the only secondary weapons are holy water and the cross.