One year after release
You may or may not remember a team-based shooter called Raiders of the Broken Planet. It launched on PlayStation 4 all the way back in September of last year, and to be totally honest, we didn't even realise. But we're going to assume that we haven't missed much, as the game's actually relaunched under a new name. It's now...
Having played the brilliant Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow as one of our Christmas catch-up games (yes, even we have those), we were rather looking forward to MercurySteam's continuation of the narrative with the previously announced "Reverie" DLC
Unfortunately the additional single-player content has been pushed back until March as per an announcement on the game's Facebook page. No word on whether..
Konami's been teasing Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow's first DLC pack, "Reverie", for a while now on the game's Facebook page
The site teases: Tick tock Its time for another glimpse into the upcoming Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Reverie DLC. What might Gabriel try to change with this time machine? As is the case for all of Lords Of Shadow, the artwork's yummy.
There's an issue in the PlayStation 3 version of Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow
Some users have reported a problem in which save data gets corrupted. The game asks you to hit the X button to "overwrite" and bam, just like that your save is gone. But Konami's on the problem. The publisher reassured fans that "a patch for the PS3 save issue affecting Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is..
According to a report on Eurogamer Spain, MercurySteam's already talking about a follow-up to Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow
The soundtrack composer for the first game has told Spanish radio: If you liked the first , hope that the second is even more spectacular. We're going to assume it's already in the early stages of development. The engine's in place, yo. Sequel is good to go.
Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow Of The Colossus perhaps? It might lack originality - seems like Castlevania's going to work with the formula of a number of PlayStation greats - but it looks stunning all the same
There are more shots over at Kotaku.
Konami's dated their Dracula slaying foray into the God Of War genre, by whipping Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow with an October 5th and 7th release date for America and Europe respectively
Konami's added that the game will be presented with two DLC packs after release, both of which will further the game's narrative. Seems a bit dodgy to us, that. Still, Konami's touting that there's 20 hours of..
Konami's confirmed that Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow will hit the PlayStation 3 this coming October
That's actually not too far away folks. There's no exact date announced yet, but presumably that's coming during GamesCom. PS3Valut's also got hold of a shot of the game's boxart. We've embedded that above. It looks... Disappointing.
There's a new Castlevania game coming out
It's called Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow. It would probably be pretty cool with the Playstation Move, but ultimately developers MercurySteam "decided against" using Sony's new motion controller. This information comes via a Tweet from producer David Cox: "No we arent using the Playstation Move in this game. We did look at it but decided..
Hurrah for games starting to be developed with the Playstation 3's architecture in mind
Cue Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow's lead David Cox, who tweeted: <span>PS3 is the lead platform but the game is identical on both formats, he said. Excellent, take note SEGA.</span> <span><span>Alongside development details, David also noted that the camera in the game is fixed. So..
Kratos' first showing on Playstation 3 looked mighty incredible
But Kratos might do well to be a little concerned these days - what with Dante's Inferno and now, Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow lingering. The game is being developed by Mercurysteam but is being overlooked by the ever-so important Kojima Productions team. And it looks like that input is really helping the game to move forward; it looks..