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  • Blog Post: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Review

    Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is a success story following the Castlevania franchises many failures to make the jump from 2D to 3D. Lords of Shadow delivers everything Castlevania fans have been craving in a 3D game since the release of the awful Castlevania 64. Intense combat, engaging puzzles, and breathtaking... More
  • Blog Post: A great action game with a pinch of Castlevania

    Lords of Shadow is a good and at the same time sad new entry in the Castlevania series. Good because it is, undeniably, a great game; even if most of it's mechanics are borrowed from other series like God of War and Devil May Cry. Sad because it represents a departure from many aspects that defined... More
  • Blog Post: Pretty frickin good

    Though I haven't bought the game yet I have rented it once and believe I have gotten far enough for a review. Basically this is the first 3D Castlevania that gets a gold star from me. Any doubt of this game should be removed. The only warning is dont be expecting any castlevania that you know of... More
  • Blog Post: Castlevania pulls off 3-D... with blood-soaked results.

    Take everything you know about Castlevania, and toss it to the werewolves. Castlevania: Lords of Shadow has reinvented the structure of Konami's classic whip flailing, vampire slaying, iconic series into something as surprising as it is visually striking. From start to finish, this game never fails... More
  • Blog Post: Excellent Reboot of a Veteran Franchise

    Castlevania: a franchise I've known about since my earliest days of gaming. Though I've had my eye on a few of the titles over the years, I never got around to playing any of them. Like most veteran game series with several entries spread out over multiple consoles, I didn't know where to... More
  • Blog Post: Breathing New Life Into A Classic

    I've been a fan of Castlevania ever since I first played it for the N64 back in the day. From there on, I dabbled in the occasional vampire-slaying adventure on other platforms as the years went by but none of the titles I played could really grab me like the N64 original and its sequel could. Then... More
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