Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate

Global Total as of 06th Dec 2014 (units): 0.14m
Platform: Nintendo 3DSAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Developer: Mercury Steam Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.04m 26.2%
+ Europe: 0.06m 45.4%
+ Japan: 0.03m 20.1%
+ Rest of the World: 0.01m 8.3%
= Global 0.14m

Game Overview

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate is an action-adventure video game in the Castlevania series, and a direct sequel to the reboot of the franchise Castlevania: Lords of Shadow. It is developed by MercurySteam and will be published by Konami for the Nintendo 3DS.

Set 25 years after the events of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Mirror of Fate follows Gabriel Belmont and his descendants as they battle their own destiny in each era only to discover their true, shocking fate.

http://gamewise.co/games/46126/Castlevania-Lords-of-Shadow-Mirror-of-Fate

Comments

supernihilist (on 22 January 2014)
oh man,..... dat flopness
this game
doesnt look cheap at all. i really blame
the lack of advertising for this bad
sales...i still think this number is way
too low. prolly undertracked. plus its
also available digitally and was part of
a Nintendo club campaign too...
i dont
know..what a shame
Soma (on 17 September 2013)
Finally finished the game, a bit
repetitive at first but once you learn
more techniques I enjoyed more the
combat system. Good game imo, nice story
(although I didn't like the
trevor-alucard stuff). Some musics are
good but others a bit boring, I missed
the classic Castlevania melodies. But
overall I really enjoyed the game, I
started it again but now on Hardcore :)
Fusioncode (on 14 September 2013)
I disagree, just because they've been
doing handheld metroidvanias doesn't
mean they are all the same. Order of
Ecclesia and Portrait of Ruin did a lot
to mix up the gameplay. It's not like
they kept making the same game over and
over again, they stuck to the same genre
but changed things up with each
installment. Each of the DS games felt
varied and unique.

I also loved
those games, thought they were the best
titles on the handheld. I hated this
game however, felt like an awkward
attempt to mimic Igarashi's style while
adding in elements from Lords of Shadow.
I'd much rather have another set of
excellent metroidvanias than more of
this game.
oniyide (on 14 September 2013)
are you kidding Fusioncode? all they
have been doing is metroidvanias, just
about all the portable games since GBA
have been metriodvanias, i for one im
glad they are not just sticking to that
formula and trying something different.
Especially since none of those
metroidvanias are as good as SOTN anyway
Fusioncode (on 31 August 2013)
Maybe this will convince Konami to make
some more metroidvanias
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