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Castlevania has had a vast history on Nintendo's handheld systems dating back to the original gameboy. This history on these consoles not only extended the life of the franchise but produced some the most memorable and successful games of that series. This said, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Mirror of Fate attempts to revive this lineage with a new approach for the franchise. Developed by Mercury Steam, Mirror of Fate embraces the identity made by Castlevania: Lords of Shadow as it is a means to ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Here's the gist, MoF has decent gameplay and if not a few awesome little moments here and there but the game sadly lacks spirit. Castlevania is a broken mirror of its former self and the previous handheld installments has cast a large shadow upon this game.Castlevania's story has never been prime. It has always been putting a stake in Dracula's heart. The premise is simple but the combat and platforming are what makes this series fun. In MoF, the gameplay feels a lot like God of War. It's not n...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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