Our favorite Nintendo 3DS release of the year is a brilliant return to one of the greatest portable platformers of all time.
Nintendo unveils what the different amiibos for the 3DS game will offer.
It is billed as an "Online Multiplayer Asymmetric Adventure"
A trailer for the upcoming "Revelations" DLC for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 shows off Alucard. Konami confirmed in this announcement that it will be coming to PC, and cost $7.99 across all platforms.
PC players looking for more Castlevania will be happy to hear that Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate HD will make its Steam debut later this month.
Dracula's sullen son Alucard stars in the first DLC for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, Konami announced today. Titled 'Revelations,' the add-on goes down a little before the main game, discovering what Alucard was up to and playing with his own vampiric powers. It's due on March 25 but is only announced for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 so far, not PC.
PS3 owners looking to sink their teeth into the PS3 digital version of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 will also get Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate HD as a pre-order incentive.
"I am the dark shadow that chills the hearts of men!" roars Robert Carlyle in a new Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 trailer. "I am the fury. Your hate and your vengeance. I am your destiny!" It's a very dramatic affair, introducing the game's cast of demons, weirdoes, and really quite nice people through lots of exciting cinematic snippets.
"Dracula's origins, battles, family and past transgressions are revealed as viewers find him at his most vulnerable," Konami says of its latest trailer.
Remember how Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate HD was supposed to be launching on October 29? Not anymore, on Xbox 360 at least. The revamp of MercurySteam's Nintendo 3DS game will arrive on Friday, Microsoft has revealed, though PlayStationeers will need to wait.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 picks up right after the first game began. But, if you want the complete story, you'll need to play the 3DS spin-off... or wait for the HD console version.
Yes, the Castlevania: Lords of Shadow demo may have hit consoles almost three years ago, but look, the game's three years late in coming to PC so a demo is still jolly exciting to us. It's out now, ahead of the PC Ultimate Edition's long-overdue launch on August 27.
MercurySteam's Dave Cox, head of development on the game, said the team had three goals when it went in to making the sequel.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is picking up from the epilogue of the first game, with darker, even crueler version of the game. Konami has released a six-minute trailer for the game showing some gameplay and the new abilities of Dracula.
Mention of a PC release for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow was spotted in Steam's registry back in March, and now it's as official as something that was clearly happening can be. Publisher Konami today announced the PC version will be an 'Ultimate Edition' complete with the two DLC chapters, and is due to launch on August 27.
Dave Cox, studio head for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate, says they would "absolutely" consider putting the game on HD consoles.
The 3DS-exclusive Castlevania: Lords of Shadow interquel has been delayed. Originally scheduled for release this fall, Mirror of Fate has been pushed to 2013.
For the first time, a Castlevania game is coming to PC. Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 will be the first in the series to make the transition from console.
MercurySteam is keen on ending the series on a high note, with Lords of Shadow 2 concluding not only the trilogy, but their involvement with the franchise.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow developer MercurySteam wants to move on to another Konami franchise: Contra.