Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
- Astounding production values, from graphics to music to voice; level structure offers replayability; tons of content; says Castlevania on the box.
- Says Castlevania on the box, but not on the disc; button-mash heavy combat; basic story and characters; level structure is highly linear; for all its flash, never quite manages to pull you in
An action-packed update to Konami's influential series, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is a gorgeous game brimming with content, but is bogged down by linear level structure and mash-heavy combat.
Price$ 109.95 (AUD)
|Supported platforms||PlayStation 3, Xbox 360|
|ESRB rating (US)||M (Mature)|
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