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Nintendo yesterday announced new fighters for its super-popular series of fighting games, Super Smash Bros, including Castlevania‘s heroic vampire hunter Simon Belmont. Simon’s inclusion has raised a bit of speculation that there’s something a little bit undead about the rest of the fighters.
The theory was propounded by Comicbook.com‘s Christian Hoffer, and it’s not an unreasonable one. In the trailer, Simon appears to have a short-range projectile that bears a strong resemblance to the Holy Water item in his home series.
Thing is, Holy Water is supposed to be a weapon that only harms demons, vampires, and other evil things. I don’t think it’s intended to be a thing that would work against innocent humans. I wouldn’t know because, to my knowledge, Simon’s never fought a
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