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Publisher: Konami of America
Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Release Date: October 21, 2003
Platform(s): Sony PlayStation® 2
ESRB Rating: T for Teen
Genre: Action
MSRP: $39.99
Game URL:
Multiplayer: No

Game Description:
Set in the 11th Century, Castlevania®: Lament of Innocence™ thrusts players ten centuries into the past and casts them in the role of Leon Belmont, the forefather of the legendary Belmont Clan and the first in the family’s long line of vampire hunters. With social and political activities operating under the oppressive grip of clergy during the Crusades, Leon is a nobleman about to be engaged to his beloved Sara. However, when his young lover disappears one fateful evening, Leon sets out to rescue her. Armed with only a dagger, it is not until an unexpected ally, an alchemist, offers him a protective whip that Leon is ready to begin his hunt. The rich story of Castlevania®: Lament of Innocence™ follows Leon through the perilous forest and into Dracula’s foreboding gothic Castle.

Key Features:
• The first Castlevania® adventure on the PlayStation® 2
• A stunning and exciting 3D Castlevania adventure that tells of the origins of the Belmont Clan
• Stunning environments within the castle including the Cathedral, Garden, Dungeon, Alchemist Laboratory and Underground Caverns
• Beautifully rendered graphics that bring the series’ signature gigantic monsters to life
• Developed and directed by Mr. Koji Igarashi (Castlevania Symphony of the Night)
• Character designs by Ms. Ayami Kojima (Castlevania Symphony of the Night)
• Sound designed by Ms. Michiru Yamane (Castlevania Symphony of the Night)

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