I know, I know -- with such a witty headline, you were immediately compelled to start watching. In my defense, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate is such a long-ass name that I perfectly maxed out our character limit. That must be a sign.
Truth be told, this isn't anything too thrilling, as most of the video sets up the game's premise. There is a small amount of combat footage toward the end, which should help put visuals to Dale's descriptions. A dose of classic Castlevania side-scrolling sounds pretty good to me.
Between Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2and Mirror of Fate, I'm convinced I need to seek out a copy of the original Lords of Shadow, since I somehow let it slip off my radar and never bothered to do anything about that. It's gotten fairly inexpensive, if you're in the same boat.
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