Castlevania Curse of Darkness (PS2) – Intro (HD Widescreen Enhanced 1080p 60fps)

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Castlevania Curse of Darkness was the second Castlevania title for the Playstation 2.

Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the PS2, I am grabbing a few intros and some footage of some of my PS2 games. Running them through an Oct 2016 nightly build of PCSX2 and making use of the emulator, the GSdx plugin with shaders and FXAA, and widescreen patches to create the best looking version of the PS2 games possible.

Plot synopsis via Wikipedia:

“Curse of Darkness is set in the year 1479, three years after the events of Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse. Though defeated by vampire hunter Trevor Belmont, Dracula’s curse continues to ravage the European countryside, spreading disease, mob violence, and heresy in its wake. Amidst all this devastation is Hector, a Devil Forgemaster who had formerly worked under the employ of Dracula but betrayed him sometime during the events of Castlevania III. Eventually growing disgusted with Dracula’s brutal methods, Hector leaves Castlevania and relinquishes his powers to live amongst humans, settling down to live a peaceful life. When Hector’s fiancée Rosaly is accused of witchcraft and burned at the stake, Hector learns that her murder was directed by his fellow Forgemaster, Isaac. Seeking revenge, Hector chases his former colleague back to his old home, and back to the demonic life he believed he had left behind him.”

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