The release date for the next installment in the Castlevania series for the Game Boy Advance has been pushed back.
Konami has informed GameSpot that the release of Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance for the Game Boy Advance has been delayed until September. The game is under development by the same team that created the heralded Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, and it will feature Juste Belmont as the main character.
Juste will be able to equip different sets of whips, armor, and accessories. The game will also include a selection of relics that will provide Juste with special abilities like the double jump. A new spell system will allow players to combine spell books with other traditional Castlevania items like the ax or holy water to alter their abilities. As in Symphony of the Night, the will include a powerup called the super blast that will clear the entire screen of enemies.
We'll have more on Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance when it becomes available.
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