Hey, did you know that Alucard is dual-wield spelled backwards? Ok, maybe not. But you can still get a look at how different the fan-favorite Son of Dracula plays from his dad in this trailer for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2's Revelations DLC.
Lords of Shadow 2—the latest variation in Konami's long-running Castlevania series—let you play as Dracula. Its upcoming add-on will keeps it in the family, making the alpha vampire's albino spawn playable in the Revelations DLC.
Over nearly three decades and dozens of games, the Castlevania series has let players battle through iconically fragmented gameworlds and crack the Belmont family’s whips against Dracula. Now, with Lords of Shadow 2, the biggest, baddest vampire of all is yours to control. The shift from implacable archfiend to…
We knew some kind of sequel to the last Castlevania game was coming, and a new trailer shown during the VGAs offered up a ton more info.
Last week news of a game called Castlevania: Mirror of Fate for the Nintendo 3DS had fans of the series (myself including) imagining a brand new 2D adventure for Nintendo's latest handheld. Perhaps if we had known the game's full name, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow — Mirror of Fate, we would have known better.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, released last year, ended up starring Gabriel Belmont, and was let's say...different from most other games in the franchise.
Gabriel Belmont will have his revenge upon the Lords of Shadow, venturing to the very depths of hell to find retribution against those who have corrupted the ideals of the Brotherhood of Light and murdered his wife.
What dark secret was worth this deceased knight's life? He bears a message regarding the very nature of truth, as it pertains to certain comestibles. I speak no lie when I tell you there are spoilers ahead!
With last week's Castlevania: Lords of Shadow pulling in pretty solid reviews, the composer of the game's score outs a sequel already under construction at developer MercurySteam.
Konami's new take on the Castlevania franchise has arrived. We're now in the process of reviewing developer Mercury Steam and Kojima Productions' new action-adventure game and want to know what you want to know about Castlevania: Lords of Shadow.
Earlier today we told you that the next big Castlevania game might remind you, from time to time, of Shadow of the Colossus or Uncharted. These screens show why:
The first chapter of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is broken into five parts, parts that tour through reinventions of some of PlayStation's best exclusive games, from God of War to Uncharted to Shadow of the Colossus. Gradually, it's also a fine Castlevania.
Why will Castlevania: Lords of Shadow succeed where other 3D Castlevania titles have failed? For one, producer David Cox looked like this after giving us the actual reason he believes his game will work.
With the release of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow mere weeks away, what can reignite our interest in the latest and perhaps greatest attempt at a three-dimensional Belmont adventure? How about the creepiest coffins you've ever seen in a video game?
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is the best 3D Castlevania game I've ever played at an E3. And I've played two of them—not counting Konami's flirtation with the series as a 3D fighting game.