Netflix's animated Castlevania series has revealed its voice-cast and it's a good one.
UPDATE 25/05/2017 4.20pm: Netflix's Castlevania series will launch on 7th July in the UK as well, the streaming service confirmed.
ORIGINAL STORY 25/05/2017 1.02am: Netflix's animated Castlevania series will debut on 7th July, at least in the US and Latin America, and the streaming video company has released its first trailer for the show.
We're still awaiting official confirmation for a UK release date, but hopefully it won't be far behind its North American Netflix brethren.
The co-creator of the SAW series, James Wan, has signed up to direct a film based on the Castlevania games.
Buoyed no doubt by the success of and positive critical response to Dawn of Sorrow and Portait of Ruin - and the fact that the DS has sold 40 basquillion units - Konami is doing another Castlevania DS game.
Paul W.S. Anderson of Event Horizon and Mortal Kombat fame [surely "genius" - Ed] has stepped aside from directing duties on the Castlevania film.
Konami has confirmed the official release date for forthcoming DS title, Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow.
After UK chain store Game put up a very specific September 16th posting to get us frothing for the platform adventure, Konami was all too happy to confirm that as the official date for the promising title. Barring any slips, that is.
Developed and set after the critically acclaimed Game Boy Advance prequel, Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow, this DS follow-up has hero Soma Cruz taking on a mysterious cult (yes, another one) in their plan to resurrect Dracula (yes, again.) The game uses the touch screen to cast spells, while the DS' wireless connection allows 'souls' to be traded between machines to unleash new attacks.