Castlevania: The Lecarde Chronicles 2 Fan-Game Available For Download
Castlevania The Lecarde Chronicles 2
(Last Updated On: May 15, 2017)

It’s already a matter of time before Konami will catch wind of this new fan-fame based on Castlevania called Castlevania: The Lecarde Chronicles 2. Once their lawyers sniff up this project real good they’ll be sending cease and desist letters faster than Trump can grab up any stray pussy… cats at the Miss America pageant.

Before the game gets stricken from the net, you may want to download the game as quickly as possible. You can get a hold of a digital copy for Windows over on the official Mig page.

You can check out some of the gameplay courtesy of YouTube user Shadowserg, to get an idea of what the game is like.

The game combines the classic Castlevania role-playing experience with side-scrolling platforming and hack-and-slash action.

There’s the traditional compendium of information for each of the bad guys you’ll encounter, various NPCs you meet throughout the journey, and a variety of weapons you’ll be able to rack up during the journey.

Fan-games haven’t been getting a lot of love from the big corporate publishers lately, but it looks like the developers in this case followed the advice of Woolie from TwoBestFriendsPlay.

That’s right. If you’re working on a cool fan-made project that requires a lot of time and effort, and it’s the sort of super awesome project that fans absolutely adore, then please shut the f**k up about it and wait until it’s finished. Let it out in the wild and disappear into the darkness to avoid having any C&D’s sent your way. Years after the legal heat dies down then you can emerge and claim credit for it.

But ultimately, don’t go parading around the super awesome game before it’s finished because otherwise people won’t get to play it… like what happened with the Unreal Engine 4 remake of the original Metal Gear Solid. It would have been pretty awesome to play that one had it actually been finished, but alas the project creators shot off at the mouth early and now we’ll never get to play the original Metal Gear Solid remade in Unreal Engine 4.

Anyway, the Castlevania: The Lecarde Chronicles 2 is complete. So you can go ahead and download it, and if Konami decides to shut it down, at least it’s already done and already out in the wild.

Ads (learn more about our advertising policies here)


Billy has been rustling Jimmies for years covering video games, technology and digital trends within the electronics entertainment space. The GJP cried and their tears became his milkshake. Need to get in touch? Try the Contact Page.

  • Ronald Allan Zamora

    The game was already blessed by Konami even before the game was released since it was offered as a free game unlike the Unreal engine remake of Castlevania 1 which a crowdfunding was involve.

  • Paradox Reign

    I agree, those people need to shut up when they do such a thing. But as soon as the finished game is out, nothing can stop it, as we all know, what goes to the internet, stays on the internet.

  • Hawk Hopper

    Too bad a lot of these people making tributes to their favorite games, or improve them (in the case of the Unreal 4 MGS people) are treated like dirt.

    I think they should take steps to not get kicked in the balls. Maybe they should make their games eerily close to some established franchise, but just not use the name or any corporate owned assets. That might prevent some of these games from getting blasted by the copyright police.

    • That’s a good alternative. The only problem is that a lot of times no-name games based on established IP get practically zero traction in the media.

      There are a ton of cool games that get announced all the time with some great features, but they pale in comparison to the hype generated by fan-made clones of established brands and LP.

      • Hawk Hopper

        It also seems like fan made games get the most attention when they’re hit with legal threats.