Most times, when something sounds to good to be true, just know most times it’s exactly that: too good to be true. Metal Gear Solid legendary protagonist, Solid Snake, won’t be playable in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow upon completing the game’s campaign or at all.
So where the hec did Just Push Start got that from?
That’s an angry man. A very angry man.
It’s already the recipient of high review scores, has the backing of industry legend Hideo Kojima, and is set to land on October 5th with Europe seeing an October 8th release for PS3 and Xbox 360.
It’s a franchise that has stood the test of time, and one, according to Konami, that has seen a successful rebirth.
If you’re yet to be convinced, however, the video past the break giving details about the game, and some history also, does a perfect job of swaying your wavering mind.
Once Hideo Kojima’s involved in the development of a game, we expect nothing but greatness, but that’s not to say Mercury Steam’s not responsible for what’s reportedly happening. On the contrary, the studio developed the game while Kojima Productions “guided” them through.
Now, according to producer David Cox, he’s seen some reviews, and quite honestly, they’re “awesome”.
The TGS trailer for Mercury Steam developed Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, in association with Kojima Productions, was one of the highlights of the show.
In essence, it’s become a must have title for many fans and newcomers alike. Would you like to play it?
It’s one of the biggest titles being released next month, and with legendary minds like Hideo Kojima making sure the project turns out great, we have no doubt the latest installment in the long running franchise will shine.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow’s gone gold.
What do you do when a demon’s killed the only woman you’ve loved all your life? You kill every living beast that dare cross your path.
That’s exactly what the game’s main protagonist’s trying to relay in the latest gameplay footage of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow released.
Run past the break.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is coming. Coming to your PS3 and Xbox 360 this fall. Everything should be identical, except how many discs the Xbox 360 version ships on: 2.
There’s been talk coming from PS3Vault claiming that Castlevania: Lords of Shadow will see an October release. Not true, it’s just “speculation” confirms Konami.
The game spans decades, it goes way back and has a dedicated following, one that’s been itching to taste anything that says Castlevania on it. Well come this fall, the new installment in the legendary franchise will be made available for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
And that’s one of the reasons we don’t do fanboy here at Games Thirst. It’s futile, childish behavior. Yes according to Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow Producer, David Cox, comparing consoles, and the multiplatform games on them are “bollocks”.
If you’ve been following Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow, you’ve probably seen a video here or there. And you probably also thought that some of it had to be CGI, right? Wrong. According to Konami’s David Cox, all footage shown thus far, has been taken straight from in-game footage.
Many PS3 owners have been screaming foul because of the terrible Bayonetta port from Xbox 360 to their platform of choice which lead to reviewers giving higher marks to the 360 version. The reason for this no one knows but it has happen on a semi-constant basis. Some devs up to this day claim that the PS3 is still too complicated for them; therefore when a game is ported over from Xbox 360, it won’t get the same attention, same polish as the Xbox 360′s.
Well a new game is on its way, a highly anticipated one at that and guess what? PS3 will be the lead platform for development, rest easy Sony fans, rest easy.