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Human side of Dracula shown in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 dev diary

Dracula's not such a bad guy. Well, he is, but he's got reasons for it, and MercurySteam, the developers of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, want you to know that when you take control of the legendary Prince of Darkness in February 2014. Dave Cox, producer on the game, says in the dev diary...

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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Collection stakes out next month [update]

The Lords of Shadow bundle-vania has a release date in Europe, winging its way onto retail shelves over there on November 8. We've reached out to Konami to confirm what tradition suggests - tradition being very important to vampires of course (and publishers) - namely, a November 5 release date for...

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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 steps into the light on February 25 in US

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 will launch in the US on February 25, in Europe on February 27 and in the UK on February 28 for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, Konami announced. Last we heard, Lords of Shadow 2 was scheduled to launch this winter. Lords of Shadow 2 follows 2010's Lords of Shadow, and it co...

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Castlevania: Mirror of Fate shining in HD on XBLA, PSN this Halloween

3DS Castlevania entry Mirror of Fate takes flight in HD to Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network on October 31, and also features in a Lords of Shadow collection released on the same day. The Halloween feast includes the first Lords of Shadow, its "Reverie" and "Resurrection" DLC, as well as Mir...

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Castlevania Mirror of Fate HD listed for PS3, 360 at Play-Asia

Play-Asia looks into Mirror of Fate and sees an HD port staring back at them, it seems. The Hong Kong retailer put up a new listing for a Castlevania: Lords of Shadow collection, and lurking inside is an unannounced PS3 and Xbox 360 port of the 3DS direct sequel. The PS3 and Xbox 360 collection als...

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Castlevania: Mirror of Fate now $30 at retail, on eShop

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate has received a permanent price drop, down to $30 at both retail and on the 3DS eShop. This new price reflects a $10 difference since the game's launch back in March. A direct sequel to the first Lords of Shadow game, Mirror of Fate focuses on ...

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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow PC demo rises on Steam tomorrow

A demo for the Ultimate Edition of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is due on Steam this week. There was some initial confusion over which day, but we've confirmed with a Konami representative the PC port's demo is "definitely" coming tomorrow. Meanwhile the game proper, which features add-on chapte...

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Lords of Shadow 2 is developer MercurySteam's last Castlevania

Spanish studio MercurySteam will step away from Konami's Castlevania series after it wraps up Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, series producer David Cox told Destructoid at San Diego Comic Con. "I've always thought that this was a torch being passed down," Cox said. "Nobody on the team ever felt ...

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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow materializes in Steam registry

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow may swing onto PCs, given its appearance in Steam's registry. As spotted by NeoGAF, the entry's full name is "Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Early Access Comp," with no '2' in sight - the upcoming sequel was announced last August as coming to PC as well as PS3 and Xbox 3...

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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate review: Symphony of the Fight

If the multi-tiered title didn't make it clear, "Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate" is a heavy thing. A glut of gothic gravitas manifests in a huge quest that peels out of its handheld frame, even while anchored by burly protagonists and sullen environments. It's a fine action game fuel...

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