Bloodstained 8-Bit Spin-Off Curse Of The Moon Out This Month

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Igarashi is working with developer Inti Creates on Curse of the Moon, which is a spinoff of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, which is a modern spiritual successor to the Symphony of the Night.

A concerned backer reached out to One Angry Gamer and shared an e-mail from Fangamer about the lack of availability for the DRM-free version of the spin-off game, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon (which is a separate, smaller project from the original Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night).

Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon will launch for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, 3DS, Switch and PC on May 24th. The price has been set at $9.99.

Following the announcement, the publisher released a large batch of screenshots providing another look at the nostalgic game.

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Featuring aesthetics ripped straight out of the NES era, Curse of the Moon stars Zangetsu, a sword-wielding demon killer.

The 8-bit retro-style action game was developed by game creator Koji Igarashi and Inti Creates. Curse of the Moon stars Zangetsu, who is on a journey to take down a powerful demon contained within a risky castle. Zangetsu will meet fellow travelers along the way, who can join your journey as playable characters.

Each character has their own unique abilities, and will unlock new paths through the various game stages. The ending of the game that players get is determined by players' choices when recruiting allies, so the game will warrant multiple playthroughs to see them all.

Igarashi added that he was able to play the spin-off himself and "had a great deal of fun with it".

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