GameInformer: "At E3 we got a look at Dracula at the height of his power, but during a demo at Comic Con, we got to see him in a more frail state."
castlevania lords of shadow is a very good game, i hope the sequel fixes some of the minor yet frustrating issues like bad camera angles too many puzzle rooms, towards the end of CLOS it was one room after another of puzzles, and some of them weren't as hard as they were frustrating because you had to jump or roll at a give point but camera got in the way combat was a lot of fun and so was fighting huge bosses, but again some of the bigger bosses were made harder because a lot of times you couldn't tell where to attack because the camera got in the way don't get me wrong if you haven't played the 1st go ahead give it a shot its a must play, but the sequel seems to have improved a lot. Whats surprising is we still don't know a release date and there is very little fan fare for this game
Amazingly, its a free/controlled camera this time. Idk how they pulled it off and kept that great visual fidelity.
Lords of Shadow was such a surreal experience and this is coming from a gamer who played God of War, Dante's Inferno, Bayonetta, Devil May Cry etc. it has a unique feel. anyway, the fixed camera had its charm and in LOS the shacking effect added to it imho. I hope the game maintain its atmosphere.
I absolutely can't wait for Lords of Shadow 2. I loved the first game...from the combat to the narrative to the graphics and atmosphere...it was just an amazing experience all around. I also can't wait to get the first game for my PC when it comes out next month. It was such a great game, but the framerate on consoles detracted somewhat from the experience. Finally I'll be able to play it with 60fps and gorgeous image quality.
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