by Kyle Ratsch
This week, with my newly acquired Netflix account, I decided to give Netflix’s “Castlevania” a view.
For those of you that don’t know, Castlevania is Konami’s monster-slaying, whip-cracking, magic-casting platforming game whose first release dates way back to 1986. The series has many sequels, including the stellar “Castlevania: Symphony of the Night”, which is highly regarded among critics and fans and has a playerbase dedicated to completing the game on broadcasted playthroughs where they complete the game as fast as they can. This is called a “speed run.” Castlevania also had vampires back when they were still cool and ran the risk of killing an entire countryside, and not the steamy sultry sex-engines in prominent media.