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Submitted by xiren187 1056d ago | news

E3 2012: Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 Does Not Have a Lead Platform

Remember how Lords of Shadow’s lead platform was the PlayStation 3? It seems the sequel that is currently in development does not have a lead platform, as revealed by producer David Cox. (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, E3, PS3, Xbox 360)

doublebass2  +   1056d ago
considering the first one was made with the Ps3 as the leading platform,and having petty minor advantages over the 360 counter part,I wonder if this time things change for the microsoft platform.I predict no difference,or 360 having a small advantage over the ps3 this time,Either way,if it follows the first one in story line and gameplay ,it will be an instant buy!!
gamerumble  +   1056d ago
Which means it could come to the Wii U no problem!
archemides518  +   1056d ago
well it better have a better lead designer, because i've started playing the first one and i can barely get through this crap

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