The Castlevania Series

This section is a quick-reference to all things Castlevania. Within you will find quick-pages about various topics of the series, which will then direct you to storyline discussions, reviews, character bios, and additional references.

If you ever wanted a quick, easy to use directory of all things Castlevania, this is the section for you.

The Video Games

In-Continuity Entries

The following entires are considered "in-continuity" for the main series. Remakes/re-releases and related materials are listed within the following pages. Titles are organized by date of their first release in the United States (unless otherwise noted).

Lords of Shadow Series

The following entries are part of the Lords of Shadow sub-series. These games exist within their own continuity seperate from the larger series. Titles are organized by date of their first release in the United States.

Non-continuity Entries

The following entries were either removed from the main continuity of the series, or were designed to exist as seperate entities. Titles are organized by date of their first release in the United States (unless otherwise noted).

Cancelled Games

The following games were originally in-development for release, even had artwork shown for them, but were then eventually cancelled. They are tracked here for posterity.

Kid Dracula Series

Although not official entries in the Castlevania series, the Kid Dracula games acted as parodies to the main series, poking light at the conventions and formulas of the games while still delivering a fun, funny experience.

Additional Konami Games

These games are outside of any official continuity. They feature characters/references to the Castlevania series. Titles are organized by date of their first release in the United States (unless otherwise noted).

  • Getsu Fuma Den (1988 JPN, Nintendo Famicom)
  • Konami Wai Wai World (1988 JPN, Nintendo Famicom)
  • Hai no Majutsushi (1989 JPN, MSX2 Home Computer)
  • Wai Wai World 2: SOS! Parsley Castle (1991 JPN, Nintendo Famicom)
  • Gokujo Parodius! (1994 JPN, Nintendo Super Famicom)
  • Jikkyo Oshaberi Parodius (1995 JPN, Various Systems)
  • Jikkyo Power Pro Wrestling '96: Max Voltage (1996 JPN, Nintendo Super Famicom)
  • Sexy Parodius (1996 JPN, Sega Saturn & Sony PlayStation)
  • Konami Krazy Racers (2001, Nintendo Game Boy Advance)
  • Evolution Skateboarding (2002, Various Systems)
  • DreamMix TV World Fighters (2003, Nintendo Game Cube & Sony Playstation 2)
  • Konami Wai Wai Sokoban (2006 JPN, Mobile Phones)
  • New International Track & Field (2008, Nintendo DS)
  • Kingdom Dragonion (2015 JPN, Mobile Phones)
  • Otomedius Excellent (2011 JPN, Microsoft XBox 360)
  • Jikkyou Powerful Soccer (2016 JPN, Mobile Phones)
  • Super Bomberman R (2017, Various Systems)
  • Pixel Puzzle Collection (2018, Mobile Phones)

Other Games

These games are not only outside of any official continuity, but also were developed by companies other than Konami. They feature characters from the Castlevania series in entires far outside the official series. Titles are organized by date of their first release in the United States (unless otherwise noted).

  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018, Nintendo Switch)

Gambling Machines

Konami has a history of making of Pachislot, Pachinko, and other types of games based on their various properties. These are, eseentially, gambling machines where the players play for tokens they can turn in for prizes and such at the pachinko parlors. They're Japanese-exclusive and, by and large, have very little plot to them despite featuring artwork and characters from Castlevania (other other Konami franchises).