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Submitted by DeltaPhoenix08 530d ago | preview

Preview: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 | Stevivor

Previewer Leo Stevenson writes, "Some games try to upend the tea table, shift paradigms and be revolutionary. That’s fine. Some do it well, some fail spectacularly and others are true game changers. Other games are simply content to offer nothing more than a rock solid experience, built on a foundation of fun and time-tested video game conventions." (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, PS3, Xbox 360)

showtimefolks  +   530d ago
can't wait, now mirror of edge is also coming to psn/xblive

1st game is very under rated
Eldyraen  +   530d ago
This is actually one of my most anticipated games at Gamescom (especially for current gen).

Although a lot of people tend to gloss over the fact it was meant to come to PC as well. I keep trying to find it anywhere though and can't find it even on their official site which makes me sad :( Hope it wasn't just some rumor or they changed their minds. Hopefully Konami will clear that up this week one way or another.

Looking forward to getting my hands on LoS Ultimate Edition on PC next week too.

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