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Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2 Developer Diary Details Dracula

For the first time in Castlevania history, Dracula is the star of the game in Lords of Shadow 2. The latest developer diary takes a look at how seriously developer Mercury Steam took the job of making Dracula more than just an end boss.

In the video below, you will hear from Lords of Shadow 2 producer Dave Cox and studio head Enric Alvarez about designing Dracula, and where his motivations lie. We also recently spoke with Dracula's performer, Robert Carlyle about portraying the character, which you can check out here.

For more on Lords of Shadow 2, you can check out the most recent trailer, which focuses on Alucard's role in the game. Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is coming to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on February 25.

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  • I have been playing the Castlevania game franchise for years but over the last several have missed most of the latest instalments. Lords of Shadows could very well draw me in to Transylvania once more. ^_^

  • I don't like draculas voice in the trailer. But everything else about this game looks awesome!

  • If Robert Carlyle is in this, I'm interested by default I suppose. ;)

  • Can't wait.

  • I'm hanging on to my PS3 just to play this next year, LOVED LOS.

  • I am in eager anticipation for this game. It's just too bad it's taken this long to be released.

  • Only 78 days or 1872 hours or 112320 minutes to go. Not that I'm counting or anything.

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  • Very disappointed this isn't coming to the Wii U. Konami should've ported the first one and it would have likely helped sales of the 3DS sequel. I hope the game runs smoother in it's overall set-up. I generally enjoyed Lords of Shadow, but felt the game's overall flow was often poorly designed--checkpoints set right before cinematics constantly annoyed.