I had previously reviewed Castlevania: Lords of Shadow on Bureau42, and I had meant to get around to the sequel for quite some time. I did do a partial play-through of the portable title, Mirror of Fate, but I ran into something of a wall over how the game handled porting 3D melee animations in a 2.5D environment. However, at long last, I have played and beaten Lords of Shadow 2, along with its DLC, and have some thoughts on the game. Continue reading
This week we conclude of the Best of the Rest for 1988-1989, with the last 10 titles on the list. Continue reading
This week we continue with Nintendo Power #2, and a few games that are somewhat controversial – including the first Castlevania game I’ve reviewed thus far. Continue reading
This week, I’m returning to my E3 2012 coverage and finishing it up with my Top 5 Sold! List.
Now, as I mention in the review, the game is available on the Wii Virtual Console, and through GameTap. Other than through those services, if you want the game, you have to go to eBay to get it.