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Submitted by buckley 594d ago | review

In Pursuit of “Cinematic” — Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Ultimate Edition Review [Gaming Trend]

Editor Atlas Burke: "How far can production values get you? That’s the fundamental question facing anybody when deciding how to rate Castlevania: Lords of Shadow’s Ultimate Edition. Developed by MercuryStream and Kojima Productions–yes, that Kojima Productions–Lords of Shadow debuted on consoles in 2010 before Climax Studios finally ported it over to the PC in 2013. Unfortunately, the latest entry in the venerable Castlevania franchise tries too hard to be 'cinematic' and suffers for it." (Castlevania Lords of Shadow Ultimate Edition, PC) 66/100

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