TVGB: "Castlevania: Lords of Shadow producer David Cox is no stranger to dropping hints and teases about upcoming projects on his Twitter account. But his most recent post is one of his most intriguing yet."
I would love it. I understand why people didn't like it but I just loved the aesthetic designs of enemies.
Only issue I had was the levels were layed out as such. I would love the next game to take the Metroid Vania approah and be more open. I assumed it was broken into chapters because it was multipl3 360 discs and they avoided swapping, but a 20 hour game it was ans it was amazing. The ending was the only real weak part, but the epilogue made up for it very well. @TenSteps, Dude trhe world was pretty amazing. I love the spanish mythology. The company who dev'd it was from South America I thought, so it resembled that Del Toro feel as (ie Pan's Labrynth)
I know when they broke through that window I was telling myself "I don't know where this is going to go but I like it". I remember back in 2010 I did a user review for this game, won me that user review contest same month I won a forum lottery. Good times. http://n4g.com/channel/cast...
After the game, I would've been hyped. After the DLC, I don't care one bit.
First one was good, the platforming needs a major improvement though.
Lords of Shadow should go down as one of the most underrated games of this gen. It had its fair share of issues but the scope of the game was huge. Hopefully no clock-tower levels in the sequel though, haha, that part was awful.
Hope so! I love this game!
Should they get rid of the fixed cameras and improve the platforming, the next one could be my favorite hack and slasher up to now. The story and the world created for that game really got me into it!
Sweet! First one was awesome! Definitely underrated.
Hope this is true. Great game.
i am hoping for a castlevania compilation with every castlevania up to this point and bonus material to celebrate the franchises 25th anniversary
Oh man i hope so. Castlevania was pretty damned amazing.
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