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Match Up BLOCK B and B1A4 - Konami Code - Netflix
The Konami Code (Japanese: コナミコマンド, Konami komando, “Konami command”) is a cheat code that appears in many Konami video games, although the code also appears in some non-Konami games. The player could press the following sequence of buttons on the game controller to enable a cheat or other effects: ↑↑↓↓←→←→BA The code has also found a place in popular culture as a reference to the third generation of video game consoles. The code is also present as an Easter egg on a number of websites.
Match Up BLOCK B and B1A4 - Castlevania series - Netflix
Akumajō Special: Boku Dracula-kun (Family Computer) – Entering the code at the title screen will display a black screen with the text “There's nothing here!” in Japanese. In the unofficial translation hack of the game, this was reworded as “Sorry, that won't work!”. Castlevania: Bloodlines (Mega Drive/Genesis) – Entering the code at the title screen (a sound will confirm it) enables the selection of the Expert difficulty in the option screen. The code also gives the player the possibility of starting the game with 9 lives if it is entered at the title screen after the music settings in the option screen have been set to BGM 05 and SE 073. Castlevania Chronicles (PS) – Entering ↑↑↓↓←→←→X○ on the title screen will take the player to a hidden options menu that allows them to adjust the “system time” and turn on-off the transparency of the status bar in Original mode. The system time affects small things in the game, like the hands on the clock tower. Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (GBA) – Entering the code when the Konami logo appears and choose Boss Rush to play as the original Simon Belmont, with the music and animations from the original Castlevania for NES. While significantly harder due to the limited movement of Simon Belmont, the player can do more damage with this character and collect far more hearts to fuel subweapon use against the bosses than the other two characters. Simon is also limited to special weapons from the first game: Holy Water, Knife, Axe, and Cross. (Additionally, the Holy Water weapon gives the “static flame” from the original Castlevania, not the moving flame from when Juste uses it.) Castlevania: Lords of Shadow (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) – Entering it at the load screen of a level (with analog sticks) and the player gets a cheat menu at the extras point.
Match Up BLOCK B and B1A4 - References - Netflix