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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD Released on PSN by Konami

By Jon Ireson in News

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Konami has made Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD (announcement / info here) available to the PlayStation Network citizenry on Sony’s PS3. For just $14.99 access to the new online leader-boards, ‘Boss Rush Mode’, and grants access to the Lords of Shadow 2 demo for Dracula’s entry in the franchise releasing some time in February 2014. As Halloween approaches Konami is bringing this High Definition package developed by MercurySteam.

You can also download the game on Xbox Live Arcade if you own an Xbox 360. Mirror of Fate HD will also soon be part of the Xbox 360 / PlayStation 3 hard copy bundle called Lords of Shadow Collection which will release containing the original title, Mirror of Fate HD, and the DLC packs for Lords of Shadow in addition to the early access demo for Lords of Shadow 2 when it releases November 5, 2013.

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