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  • Summary: Follow up to Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Reverie. Gabriels fate and that of the Belmont clan is laid bare, as he battles the evil demon known only as The Forgotten One. Imprisoned by the original founders of the brotherhood, this evil is now breaking free from its dimensional prison. WhoFollow up to Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Reverie. Gabriels fate and that of the Belmont clan is laid bare, as he battles the evil demon known only as The Forgotten One. Imprisoned by the original founders of the brotherhood, this evil is now breaking free from its dimensional prison. Who will prevail? A demon who wishes to destroy mankind or a dark soul filled with furious rage, intent on revenge at any cost. Find out in Resurrection, the stunning finale to Castlevania: Lords of Shadow. Expand
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  1. Jun 23, 2011
    50
    Between sloppy design (only a few encounters with spirits and skeletons keep the in-between interesting), a lackluster boss encounter and utterly no resolution as to the game's fantastically out-of-left-field post-credit sequence, Resurrection isn't worth its $10 asking price -- and with the rest of the game as good as it is, average just doesn't cut it.
  2. Jun 20, 2011
    40
    Resurrection doesn't live up to its expectations: it should be the epilogue of an epic adventure, yet it fails, shaping itself as a mere extension of the main game. Poorly designed platforming sessions and a non-exciting boss fights are definitely not worth their price.
  3. Jun 20, 2011
    40
    Quotation forthcoming.
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  1. Jul 4, 2011
    9
    Resurrection shines as the only needed DLC of this game (it explains Gabriel's fate). The two levels were somewhere in between Olrox-typeResurrection shines as the only needed DLC of this game (it explains Gabriel's fate). The two levels were somewhere in between Olrox-type battles and Titan battles, as in many ways the levels were the boss-fights. $10 was too much for this as it last about 45 minutes, I mean come on. It was a solid 45 minutes though, for what it's worth (which is apparently the aforementioned $10). Overall, good. Very good. Expand
  2. Jul 1, 2011
    0
    It's a shame that such a beautiful game gets maculated by such obscure, tragic and mediocre DLC such as this. These DLC are a travesty.It's a shame that such a beautiful game gets maculated by such obscure, tragic and mediocre DLC such as this. These DLC are a travesty. "Reverie" is dull, simple, almost comic. "Ressurection" is a lazy work, useless and unecessary that no one needs to play. And for 10 bucks each?! What are they thinking?! Whoever made and (decided to) charge for these 2 DLC should be ashamed. Castlevania Lords of Shadow is a MASTERPIECE on its own. And that AMAZING epilogue didn't leave room for DLC unless to make it better. Trust me: YOU DON'T NEED TO DOWNLOAD THIS. Stick with the main game, it's all you need. IT'S TIME WE DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS RIP-OFF INDUSTRY OF DLCs. Expand