The Castlevania Lords of Shadow games are all now compatible on Xbox One.
Netflix has released the debut trailer for Castlevania season two.
The trailer shows Dracula on his mad quest to rid the earth of humans - and Trevor, Alucard and Sypha bid to stop him.
The second season of Castlevania, which comes out in October 2018, looks as action-packed and gory as you'd want of an animation based on the Konami video game. The first series, which featured four episodes released in 2017, went down well, so it's good to see the story continue and the production values remain reassuringly high.
It's currently 30C outside and football's coming home, but we're looking to the future - the cooler, darker evenings of autumn - and Halloween.
Netflix's animated Castlevania adaptation will get a second season.
Netflix's animated Castlevania series has revealed its voice-cast and it's a good one.
UPDATE 25/05/2017 4.20pm: Netflix's Castlevania series will launch on 7th July in the UK as well, the streaming service confirmed.
ORIGINAL STORY 25/05/2017 1.02am: Netflix's animated Castlevania series will debut on 7th July, at least in the US and Latin America, and the streaming video company has released its first trailer for the show.
We're still awaiting official confirmation for a UK release date, but hopefully it won't be far behind its North American Netflix brethren.
Netflix is bringing Konami's spooky Castlevania series to TV.
Season one launches this year, with a second season already locked in for 2018, according to producer Adi Shankar.
If that name sounds familiar, Shankar's work includes the R-rated Dredd, Machine Gun Preacher and The Grey.
Castlevania turned 30 overnight.
Konami has announced it will add a playable Alucard to action game Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 as downloadable content.
In Mercury Steam's Lords of Shadow universe Alucard is the son of Gabriel Belmont and the father of Simon Belmont. Alucard was the protagonist in spin-off Mirror of Fate.
He arrives in Lords of Shadow 2 as part of the Revelations add-on, due out on 25th March. Expect new branches of the storyline, Konami said.
Pre-order the digital version of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 on PlayStation 3 and you'll get a free download of Lords of Shadow: Mirror of Fate HD.
PS3 and Xbox 360 demos of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 are out today. A Steam demo will be out tomorrow, Konami has said.
Bet Konami paid handsomely for this lot - this Hollywood lot featured in a new Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 video.
The fancy pants premium edition of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 comes in Dracula's tomb.
UPDATE: Konami has teased a PC version of Mirror of Fate HD.
After this morning's announcement of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Collection, due out on PS3 and Xbox 360, producer Dave Cox tweeted an image of Mirror of Fate HD running on a laptop alongside: "No comment :)"
ORIGINAL STORY: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Collection launches on 8th November 2013 for £30, Konami has announced.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 will be hitting the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC "this winter", according to a new trailer that's just been released by Konami. (It's worth remembering that "this winter" could mean 2014.)
A slew of new details regarding MercurySteam's highly anticipated Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 have emerged over a pair of previews from OPM UK and OXM UK (via Gaming Everything).
First off, you'll be able to control the camera and teleport around seamless environments ala Koji Igarashi's Castlevania games, suggesting something more akin to a 3D Symphony of the Night. Further drawing comparisons to the PlayStation classic is the ability to turn into mist. You'll also be able to glamour mortals and take control of them.
Lords of Shadow 2 will also be set across two timelines with the bulk of the game set in modern day environments that have been sculpted to resemble the gothic Castlevania aesthetics well all know and love (remember, the "blank of Sorrow" Castlevanias took place in the future, but you'd never know it).
Castlevania's howlingly-good 2010 reboot Lords of Shadow has been spotted lurking within the Steam registry, suggesting a PC release may be imminent.
Konami has explained why Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 isn't coming to the Wii U.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is due out this year for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 - but not Wii U, Konami has confirmed.
Konami has released the Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 trailer that premiered during the Spike Video Game Awards over the weekend.
The PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 action game is in works at Spanish studio Mercury Team, the developer of the first game.
CLoS2 is a much broader tale than the first game, Konami said, and spans centuries.
Who needs anonymous sources to leak info when a game's producer does that on their own? At least that was the case with Konami's David Cox who publicly released an off-screen image showing the first we've seen of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 in-game.
"Is it a picture or is it the game?" Cox tweeted above the following pic. Clearly it's the latter.
The peculiar thing about this is that it's an off-screen image from an official source. If Konami wanted to publicly reveal a shot of Mercury Steam's upcoming action/adventure sequel it would ready a high-res image for distribution, not an oddly angled photo with a bit of glare on the screen.
Because you wanted it, Konami has consented to make a PC version of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2.
"That's right! Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is coming to PC!" bellowed Lords of Shadow producer Dave Cox on Twitter.
A just-released press release tells us the PC version is being simultaneously developed alongside the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, and all three will be released next year.
The Castlevania: Lords of Shadow DLC add-ons Reverie and Resurrection were "a mistake", developer MercurySteam has now admitted.
Konami has announced Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 and teased Nintendo 3DS game Castlevania: Mirror of Fate.
In a pre-E3 press conference video Konami showed the debut trailer for Lords of Shadow 2, developed by Spanish studio Mercury Steam. Launch platforms weren't mentioned.
Konami just launched the official Lords of Shadow 2 website and in it is story information that describes the game as the conclusion of the Lords of Shadow saga.