Konami has send out the first Screenshots from new Castelevania: Lords of Shadow DLC "Reverie”.
Meah... still need to complete the game!
Me to, I am finding that I am sort of picking it up, playing a few levels, and putting it down for a week or two.
Translate please? :( Btw, is this co-op DLC? Or just allowing you to play as the little girl to help out Gabriel? Oh yea, and its REALLY easy to Platinum the game.
Soo awesome, they nailed the gothic castle atmosphere this time! Edit: That head image is too ugly :P it was captured from the second trailer when Game's graphics were horrible, the same escene in the real game is differently rendered. Real in game image of the same scene: http://farm6.static.flickr....
the interior castle looks pretty sweet, ive been meaning to play this game i was bummed to see that my local blockbuster didnt bother getting this game (but the same day it released they recieved 6 copies of Megamind! wtf) but im sure ill pick it up when the price is right.
Oh yeah you owe it to yourself :D
Agreed, the game was fantastic. Cant help but be excited.
Did this one ever get better than the 1st 2 hours? I think I stopped when you had to fight the SOTC clone boss thing. I never went back to it. It just didn't feel like Vania to me. It, to me, could've been called Lord Of Shadows and nothing else and I'd probably not have had such high expectations for it.
Oh yeah the game gets really really good after 1 to 2 hours. The game is 20 hours long. You end up getting light and dark magic which can heal you when you hit them (light) or do more damage when you hit them (dark). You also get a focus meter that fills up in return when you hit enemies you get more essence orbs which in return fill up you light or dark magic. The kicker is if you get hit the meter goes to zero. There is also a ton of combos to unlock for light and dark magic plus regular combos. The combat in CLOS is far more indepth than GOW cuz of all the options. You also get cool sub weapons like daggers, holy water, Fairies, and all of them have different effects when you have light or dark magic activated. Not to mention the story is fantastic. The ending is amazing and will leave you pumped to play the next game.
@Balt Well they could of kept it openworld, but it had to be split up on 360, so those constrants couldnt fly. But other than that, this is very musch Castlevania. C:LoS is one of the best games this year and it is a 9/10 game that ever core gamer needs to put 20+ hours into.
It's definitely more classic Castlevania and less Metroidvania. The gameplay does have some derivative elements, but for the most part it pulls them off well enough that you won't mind.
The game really starts at Chapter 3. That's 3 hoours in though. However, it becomes a rollercoaster to heaven since then ;)
This game is an evolving monster, you will still see new things 15 hours into the game.
Is this DLC going to continue the story? I hate when they do that. You buy a game, then wait for the next one, just to be lost at the beginning because I didn't buy the lame DLC. Disclaimer: For me all DLC is lame. Put it in the disc, bluray has too much space, and quit milking and nickel-and-dime gamers :@
The problem is that LoS was 20hrs liong and it copped two dvds on 360, no way it's incomplete :P
I didnt even realise there were 2 discs in the case until it was asking for disc 2. Still, I dont understand why they needed 2 discs. I wasnt a huge game.
the end of lords of shadow really confused me. How can they hope to continue it when you know... I wont spoil it for others but hmmmmm.
That artwork for Carmilla really looks like one of the brides from Coppola's Dracula, I think her name was Monica.
I was excited for this game but when I finally started to play it, it felt really boring. Cutscene, fight one room of 4 or 5 monsters, then shimmy across a bunch of platforms, rinse and repeat. I found myself playing for an hour then putting it down and going to something else.
then play cooking mama , maybe is a game suit for you
Try Dantes inferno. I much preferred it personally.
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