New Rating For ‘Castlevania Advance Collection’ Leaked
We might get to see the retro Castlevania games once again in future!
Konami might be planning to bring the retro Castlevania games back — at least new leaks that have surfaced hints towards it.
We just came across a new leak from the Australian Classification Board rating a new Castlevania Advance Collection. So let’s take a closer look at what we know so far.
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M2 And Konami Could Bring Castlevania Advance Collection
A new rating for Castlevania Advance Collection was found posted on the Australian Classification Board. The registration is dated June 18, 2021, with Konami Digital Entertainment as the publisher and M2 as the author.
M2 is already famous for its classic game ports and we know that it has previously worked on Castlevania Anniversary Collection in 2019. So the details seem to be legit.
Besides this, it has been given an M rating for Fantasy Violence. The official classification also mentions that the collection is for multiple platforms. It makes sense because the Castlevania Anniversary Collection, which arrived with 8 titles, was released for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4, and Steam.
While the listing did not give away many concrete details, we can take an educated guess here on what titles Castlevania Advance Collection could include.
Going by the name alone, the package may include the three titles which were released on Game Boy Advance between 2001 to 2003, namely, Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, and Aria of Sorrow.
But this is only speculation at this point and we will have to wait for an official announcement — which could be around the corner (fingers crossed!).
Castlevania On GBA
Back in the days of 32-bit handheld game consoles, when Game Boy Advance dominated the gaming zone, Konami released different Castlevania games for it.
It included the Aria of Sorrow, Circle of the Moon, and Harmony of Dissonance — all of which debuted on the portable.
Out of these three, Aria of Sorrow is still deemed as one of the best Castlevania games by lots of fans who cherish it for the story, the soul system, art, and music.
So if it makes a comeback, it could be a great experience for people who’d be experiencing it for the first time.