Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description: Lords of Shadow is a major reboot of the Castlevania series, departing from Koji Igarashi's 2D Castlevania games on the Nintendo DS. Players take the role of Gabriel in this 3D action game, with an emphasis on combat, exploration, and puzzle-solving.
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