Telegraph: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Review

Much like that guy who walks into a party without introducing himself, loudly exclaims he's arrived, then throws up in a flowerpot, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow doesn't give a good first impression. The game kicks off with the protagonist, Gabriel Belmont, who is ... somewhere, tasked with doing ... something, which equates to whipping wolves in an arena for a while. Then the level ends, and he's riding a talking horse and whipping more wolves who now are riding larger wolves.

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