Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Ultimate Edition
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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Ultimate Edition includes:
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Reverie DLC
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Resurrection DLC
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Ultimate Edition is the complete edition of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, a dark and vivid new re-imagining of the Castlevania mythology. It is the end of days and ungodly powers isolate the Earth. The world's alliance with the heavens has been threatened by a dark and malevolent force - the mysterious Lords of Shadow. Across this shattered land, the souls of the dead wander unable to find peace, whilst creatures of evil wreak chaos and death upon the living.
Gabriel Belmont is a member of the Brotherhood of Light, an elite group of holy knights who protect and defend the innocent against the supernatural. His beloved wife was brutally murdered by the evil forces of darkness and her soul trapped for eternity. Neither living nor dead she realizes the horrific truth of what is at stake and guides Gabriel to his destiny and hopefully salvation for the world.
Reverie – DLC
Reverie marks a return to the game’s climactic castle setting as Gabriel seeks to assist the recently-slain vampire Queen’s hand maiden. The download spans three stages, and offers a breath-taking twist to the game’s plot
Resurrection – DLC
Resurrection, which itself follows on from the completed Reverie, lays bare the fate of both Gabriel and the Belmont clan. Gabriel must battle an evil demon known only as ‘The Forgotten One’ that has broken loose of its ancient chains.
These new DLC levels provides a stunning finale to KONAMI’s epic tale of death, betrayal and redemption – with ‘The Forgotten One’ intent on destroying mankind, and only Gabriel standing between it and its goal...
Developed by MercurySteam - Climax Studios.
Play through Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Ultimate Edition and enjoy the full game plus Reverie and Resurrection bonus content!
High caliber voice acting from the game’s stunning cast, with Gabriel voiced by Robert Carlyle OBE (Once Upon a Time, 28 Weeks Later, Trainspotting, The Full Monty, and Stargate Universe), and Sir Patrick Stewart (X-Men, Star Trek: Next Generation) as the mysterious Zobek. Natasha McElhone (The Other Boleyn Girl, Californication, The Truman Show) and Jason Isaacs (Black Hawk Down, The Patriot, Harry Potter series) round off the talent.
Enjoy newly added game features such as enhanced High Definition Graphics, solid 60 frames per second (recommended spec), Achievement integration through Steam with Cloud saving, and Big Picture support for full Gamepad control.
Supporting AMD features such as Eyefinity technology and Crossfire™, as well as support for Nvidia SLI technology.
Brazilian-Portuguese language support now included.
Immerse yourself into the alternate Lords of Shadow timeline, meet classic characters and experience tangential side stories. Discover Gabriel’s ultimate fate.
Overcome obstacles using the Combat Cross multi-function weapon and hone your platforming skills in this sprawling adventure. Swing across chasms, climb sheer walls, rappel down cliffs, grip and pull away any and all things that lay in your path!
Solve devious puzzles along your journey that unlock new items in which to improve your chances of success. Leave no stone unturned as you never know what you might find.
Titan Battles: Take on behemoth enemies that scale to the size of complete world environments and where special attacks and cunning speed are required for advancement.
Use secondary weapons like daggers and holy water and combine them with light and dark magic for a wealth of powerful attacks to unleash upon your foes. Manage your spells as power comes at a price!
Explore gothic ruins, dark castles, old forest and frozen wastelands. Discover a whole world to investigate with many routes and hidden secret places that contain items to aid Gabriel on his quest.
What a horrible night to have a curseKingTed | Feb. 24, 2015 | See all KingTed's reviews »
After years of average or bad episodes on portable consoles, Castlevania returns to its former glory with Lords of Shadow. Lords of Shadow is an action/adventure game with exploration, platform phases and combat. The latter are inspired by God of War but Castlevania knows how to remain original and fresh, thanks to its magic system. It's an epic adventure with giant monsters, eerie atmosphere and spectacular environment. An excellent episode that stays true to the franchise famicom origins.
Derivative yet delightfulMadDemon64 | Jan. 5, 2015 | See all MadDemon64's reviews »
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow takes several cues from other video games and mixes them all together in a coherent package. It is a solid game that manages to be above average despite its derivative nature.
Castlevania: LoS goes back to its roots and does away with the exploration of previous titles, instead favoring numerous levels in a style similar to the first games in the genre. In these levels you will have to fight your way through numerous enemies God of War style and traverse environments Assassin’s Creed style, with the occasional boss fight that may force you to climb on top of a giant enemy and attack them in various spots Shadow of the Colossus style. Despite the gameplay mechanics of each of the three aforementioned styles not being as fleshed out or as deep as the mechanics of the games they are based off of, they manage to come together well.
The story is at first very simple, but becomes more complex as you learn more about the history behind of your enemies. Sadly final plot twist and final boss come out of left field; there was no build up nor mention of them until it happens, and it feels as out of place as Necron did in Final Fantasy IX. Additionally, the DLC content, while welcome, seems slightly out of place and doesn’t mesh as seamlessly into the story as it should, especially given the sequel bait cutscene at the end of the game.
Castlevania: LoS is a decent game that should manage to hold your attention while you play it, but might not stick out in your mind after you are done.
Killer Game!!DarkSparda | Dec. 26, 2014 | See all DarkSparda's reviews »
Oh my God! I am a big fan of Vampires/Dracula. I really enjoy series/movies/games made on Vampires. Had played few such games and enjoyed few of them. But this game is epic, full of action. Epic action and combat. Let forget about graphics for a minute. This game is one of it's kind. Fantastic story/gameplay. For me it's the game of the year.
If you like games like Devil May Cry, then this is a game for you. After playing this game you would forget about other games. This game would give you a really good time.
Note: This game is not for Faint Hearted.
If you can take the heat then play this game. It's going to be the best games you had played so far. Regardless of few bugs in the game.
CastlevaniaKane987245 | Dec. 21, 2014 | See all Kane987245's reviews »
Well, with all the mixed reviews, I will say this, everything you read on the other reviews is pretty much true and sums up the experience as a whole. Now, for me, did it make me think it was a mediocre game or a good game? I say this is a good game but it didnt live up to all the potential it could have. There is plenty here where you will feel you didnt get enough for what is there, but do not let that ruin it for yourself. It is worth picking up, it is worth playing, so pick it up and play it.
God of Transylvania...anticerber | Dec. 21, 2014 | See all anticerber's reviews »
Lets just get the bad out of the way right now.....The game doesn't feel like any Castlevania played before...and I don't mean that flatteringly....It's not like the original unforgiving, tough as nails side scroller that was the first Castlevania...nor does it feel like the awkward Simon's Quest, adventure type, or the interesting (in my opinion) darker 64 version that put more of an emphasis on story, or not even like the popular genre dubbed (Metroidvania) where you make your way back and forth through the castle gaining abilities to access further in.....
This game's fighting style feels like God of War....enemies coming in small groups that you have to fight off....QTE out the rear....Then there are giant battles which are basically SotC rip offs..they are poorly done and most agree .....
Allllll that aside.....the game....as just a game...is pretty good. The story is interesting, from start to finish, the landscape is rather breath-taking. The fighting is smooth and responsive, creatures are well designed, and everything seems rather polished...If you're looking for a new Castlevania to play.......you might be a bit let down...if you are just looking for a fun game to play....this will be a great title.