Castlevania: Symphony of the Night Release Info

PlayStation
Japan – March 20, 1997
United States – October 2, 1997
Europe – November 1, 1997

Sega Saturn
Japan – June 25, 1998

Xbox Live Arcade
United States – March 21, 2007
Europe – March 21, 2007
Australia – March 21, 2007
Japan – July 25, 2007

PlayStation Network
United States – July 19, 2007
Japan – December 16, 2010
Europe – December 12, 2012
Australia – December 12, 2012

PlayStation Portable – The Dracula X Chronicles
United States – October 23, 2007
Japan – November 8, 2007
Europe – February 18, 2008
Australia – April 9, 2008

PlayStation Network – The Dracula X Chronicles
Japan – November 1, 2009
United States – December 9, 2009
Australia – December 12, 2012
Europe – June 18, 2014

PlayStation 4 – Castlevania Requiem
United States – October 26, 2018
Japan – October 26, 2018
Europe – October 26, 2018
Australia – October 26, 2018

Android and iOS
United States – March 4, 2020
Japan – March 4, 2020
Europe – March 4, 2020
Australia – March 4, 2020

Notes
The Japanese translation for the game is Demon Castle Dracula X: Nocturne in the Moonlight.

The Japanese Sega Saturn version has 2 extra sections of the castle, introduces several new enemies and bosses, and also has Maria Renard as both a boss, and a playable character.

A much shorter version of the game was released on the LCD Tiger Handheld in 1998.

A version of the game was being worked on for Tiger’s Handheld system known as the Game.com, however it was canceled during the early stages of production.

Was re-released in Japan as part of PlayStation: The Best series on March 19th, 1998.

The PlayStation Greatest Hits U.S. version was released in 1998.

Re-released in Japan for the PlayStation on November 20, 2003 as part of the PSOne Books collection.

It was included as an unlockable game in Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles for the PSP in 2007.

The game was also part of Konami Classics Volume 1, which was released on December 15, 2009 for the Xbox 360.

Was included along with Castlevania: Rondo of Blood on Castlevania Requiem: Symphony of the Night & Rondo of Blood for the PS4 on October 26, 2018.

The PSP, PlayStation 4, Android, and iOS versions of the game are new voice acting and not the original voices from the 1997 version.
Updated: December 8, 2020 — 5:22 pm