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Castlevania lead

Win ‘Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2′ for PS3 [competition closed]

Update: The winner of this competition is Johan Steenkamp! Well done, we’ll be sending you a PS3 copy of the game soon.

Enter the dark world of blood, swords and sorcery. In the sequel to Konami’s 2010 classic, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 continues the story of Dracula who again battles with the Devil. If that tickles your fancy, see the details below on how to win the PS3 version of the game.

In Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Dracula awakens after the events of the previous title to find out that Satan is about to embark on a journey to Earth. It’s up to you to help regain Dracula’s powers to battle off evil demons. The key to him regaining his power lies in his castle. However, the famed Belmont clan and his son Alucard seek his ultimate destruction.

To stand a change of winning this PS3 title, in the comments below, tell us who the best vampire character or vampire hunter is (other than Dracula). You’re choice needs to be convincing so try to be as creative as possible.

Competition ends 10 March.


  • Frans Stoltz

    It’s a close one between Van Helsing and Jonathan Harker. As kicking vampire killers supreme they spill more blood than Bruce Willis in all the Die Hard movies!

  • BlazeThatClown

    Raziel from Legacy of Kain series rocked it on a whole different level back in the day. Phasing thru walls, shifting between realms, and that Soul Reaver… Dude had some mad skills. Ans as far as Hunters go…my crazy uncle Larry, if he is to be believed!

  • Alister Ho

    Selene from Underworld played by Kate Beckinsale is by far THE BEST vampire character and she is a hunter as well. Armed with clingy tops, tight leather and enough guns to arm a small country this babe has it all. Super strength, hightened senses, healing factors, speed and knee high boots. I think we have a winner.

  • Johan Steenkamp

    I would have to say that Lestat de Lioncourt, the fictional character from from the Anne Rice books, played by Tom Cruise in the movie Interview with a Vampire, is my favourite. He has a dark sense of humour, torments the ones he turns and goes about his way in more wit then he ought to. He is an smooth operator and comically dramatic.

    Example: