If you recently purchased Castlevania: Harmony of Despair on your Xbox 360, this next tutorial will help save your life. In this strategy how to tutorial, you'll find out how to defeat the game's most difficult enemies, the stage bosses. Each one has unique powers and attacks, but they also have some different weaknesses as well. They're easy to follow and should be easy to follow. Good luck and enjoy!
Pan's Temple contains a tough puzzle that may leave you thrashing about and quite possibly breaking your controller in half. You have to save your love from a variation on the old Pendulum Blade torture device. The puzzle presents you with two main rings that you have to adjust among other nasty pieces of the puzzle. If you're confused on how to complete this puzzle, check out this video to get a tutorial on how to complete the puzzle quickly and easily!
Watch the full gameplay for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow on the Xbox 360. Lords of Shadows is yet another video game in the popular Castlevania franchise, which has been around since the days of the NES. In this lengthy walkthrough, you'll see all the vampire killing action, set in the Middle Ages, with protagonist Gabriel Belmont. This is a handy video guide if you ever get stumped on a level.
In this video game walkthrough, you'll see the gameplay for Castlevania: Harmony of Decay on the Xbox 360, available exclusively from the Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA). There's tons of vampire smashing action in this 2D action-adventure game, plus you can play with up to six other players on Xbox Live. Watch all of the parts in this Mahalo gaming walkthrough, and check out their site for more information. And check out all of the other Castlevania walkthroughs.
If you recently purchased the Xbox Live Arcade game, Castlevania: Harmony of Despair, this next tutorial might be very helpful. In the video, you'll find out how you can beat the boss found on level 5 of the game, Death. This boss is a very common staple to the video game series and isn't too difficult to defeat. So check out the tutorial and good luck!
Sticking with our theme of XBLA games with uninspiring names, we have Outland. This game shares its name with an unrelated sci-fi cult film from 1981, unrelated comic strip from the '90s, and unrelated region in World of Warcraft. Didn't exactly try hard to build name recognition. Other than that, Finnish developer Housemarque has created the best 2D platformer I've seen in years.