The anticipated sequel, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 , launches this week. To celebrate, Konami has delivered a new trailer.

Featuring fearsome foes and a bunch of high-powered skills for protagonist Gabriel, this footage is bound to get the blood moving. The story arc includes the epic twist that Gabriel is in fact the legendary Dracula (seen at the end of the first game), but he's now weakened. In a modern-day setting, an old ally proposes a deal that might offer Gabriel blissful freedom from his torment.

Lords of Shadow 2 becomes available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on February 25, 2014. You can also nab it digitally on the PSN, Xbox Live and Steam. Fans of the original title have been waiting patiently for the exciting sequel, and now it's here!

Related Game(s): Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2

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ColTater
ColTater
6 years ago

Happy Tuesday tomorrow. Day one played. Thanks Gamefly. Loved the first one, and from the demo to this trailer it seems to add on to the great combat system and available skills/powers. I for one am stoked.

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
6 years ago

I'm gonna put it in my mental bargain bin.

xenris
xenris
6 years ago

Me too. I liked the first one but I only paid 20 bucks for it. I didn't think it was worth a whole lot more than that.

CrusaderForever
CrusaderForever
6 years ago

Loved the first one and will pick up the 2nd one on the cheap. I have heard disturbing things about LoS2 already. First review I saw was a 6/10 ouch! Hopefully, that's the one 6/10 and the rest average 8/10 or higher.

I bit on Thief as I am in a huge stealth state of mind right now. Finishing up MGS2 and then will take a break from MGS to play Thief. Reviews are all over the place but the consensus on the quality of the stealth experience seems to be positive.

Lone Wanderer
Lone Wanderer
6 years ago

Picking this game up tonight as well as Thief! I'm not ever going to base a purchase on a review ever.Thief is getting torn up by reviewers too. I believe its time reviewers go away and find something theyre good at. Like crying for a bottle. With the exception of some.