Reviews and Problems with Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
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Lords of Frustration
w r e c k l e s s, Amazon
1 August 2015
Summary: “Lords of Shadow 2,” an action game in the vein of “Devil May Cry,” starts out competently enough during its early moments, giving you hope, but slowly over the course of its dozen + hours did I finally lose all patience with it.
Summary: I'm glad I got this for 20 because this game deserves just that. I'll try to list the positives: A) The graphics are wonderful B) The music is also great Ok great, now to the bad... Where do I even begin....WHY oh WHY are there elements from stealth games in a Castlevania game?
Summary: Almost the more poor castlevania. Almost the more poor castlevania. Almost the more poor castlevania. Almost the more poor castlevania. Almost the more poor castlevania. Almost the more poor castlevania. Almost the more poor castlevania. Almost the more poor castlevania.
Summary: I had to say over all the game was fairly disappointing compared to the first lords of shadow game. The game i fun and and as some improvements from the last game but doesn't even begin to compare story wise to the last game. I would wait for this game to go down in price before purchasing it.
Summary: Castlevania Lords of Shadow was an alright reboot that was better than it should have been as it borrowed many of its elements including boss types and combat styles from older, better games. Lords of Shadow 2 is a muddled, confusing mess that seems like it was thrown together in a week..
Summary: I bought this because I expected the same greatness as the first but was I wrong. Simply put, this is awful and HUGE waste of potential with a game holding a fantasy pedigree like castlevania.
Summary: Well, I loved the main game Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, although the combat system could be better. Anyways a few days ago I watched the first trailer of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 and I got pretty excited about this sequel.