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- Revel in a complete Lords of Shadow experience with the contents of this Collection which include Castlevania - Lords of Shadow 1, plus Reverie and Resurrection downloadable content
- Continue the Lords of Shadow excitement with Castlevania - Lords of Shadow Mirror of Fate HD
- Dive into the darkness with exclusive access to the Castlevania - Lords of Shadow 2 demo
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“I have done… questionable things…” – Gabriel Belmont
This remarkable Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Collection combines the award-winning Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, two additional DLC chapters, the complete Castlevania: Lords of Shadow: Mirror of Fate HD adventure, and an exclusive Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 demo.
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Full Game w/ Resurrection and Reverie DLC
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Demo
Explore Your Dark Side
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and its additional Reverie and Resurrection DLC chapters follows Gabriel Belmont, a holy knight charged with protecting the innocent from the malevolent Lords of Shadow and their evil creatures, as his murdered wife’s spirit guides him to his ultimate destiny.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow: Mirror of Fate HD
The story continues as the descendants of Gabriel Belmont battle their own destiny only to discover their true, shocking fate.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Demo
Gives gamers a glimpse into the epic conclusion to the breath-taking Lords of Shadow trilogy.
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It's an ok, almost generic GOW clone.
There, I've said it.
But I've found more issues playing this, then any GOW game.
Major issues for me:
Context button prompt in the middle of cinematics (just happened once but annoying that I can’t ever feel like relaxing and enjoy the show after that because now I’m anticipating them)
Once and awhile, Gabriel would “freeze” and be stuck in this position and then snap out of it (just like in Lollipop Chainsaw)
Bad spawn point placement – like just before having to open a door and then die from enemies and then having to open that door again every time they kick your ass and you have to start over
One jump was so tight I died at least ten times and then sheer luck as I finally grabbed onto that ledge (some of you might remember this part)
A lot of platforming and puzzles – not my cup of tea
Having upgrades that are unreachable until you finish the game and play again (right like you were that sure people would wanna reply this over and over and over)
No way to unlock all those crazy moves in one go – unless you level grind (once again not that into it)
Things hiding off side so you would have to now they are there in order to get them, because the makers of them game thought it would be fun to place collectibles and upgrades where you CAN’T see them (and force you to buy the strategy guide- I'm convinced this is the only reason they are kept hidden)
Boss fights are not the most challenging
And last very similar to another game I’ve mentioned along with Dante’s Inferno ( that was pretty shameless rip off too)
The good stuff:
Voice acting is decent
The enemies for the most part were pretty cool
Action is somewhat sparse in some stages but they give you a handful of cool moves to unlock
The controls are decent but Gabriel could not turn on a dime to save himself
In conclusion, for the price you would be paying now a days, go for it – it’s totally worth it.
Playing it was fun enough and Oh..yeah another plus, the end…no I’m not being cheeky, the end was awesome and reminded of the Strain so bad now I wanna watch it…so good job on the end. ( he looked just like Bolivar)
Good solid game that’s borrows a little too heavily from its fellow games instead of making enough tweaks to call the game distinctive and uniquely Castlevania.
Lords of shadow 1 is very intriguing story wise yet becomes aggravating as you go further due to astronomical amounts of puzzle solving and platforming...
The only thing that kept me going was the story.
Which was quite original and good.