According to an Australian age rating, we can look forward to yet another retro collection that includes selected Castlevania adventures. We’re talking about the Castlevania Advance Collection, which has not yet been officially announced.
Castlevania Advance Collection has three new collections
According to recent reports, Konami is currently working on another Castlevania collection, which will include selected classic titles of the series. This is called Castlevania Advance Collection and has now appeared in the databases of the Australian rating board, which provided the collection with a corresponding age classification.
The entry also shows that the collection is being created by the developers of M2. Most recently, M2 attracted attention with several retro collections such as the Mega Man X Legacy Collection, the Castlevania Anniversary Collection, or the Contra Anniversary Collection.
More details or even an official announcement of the collection are currently still a long way off. Therefore, one can only speculate which titles are included in the retro collection.
Due to the name, however, it is certain that the three GameBoy Advance adventures will celebrate a comeback here, which were very well received by the community at the time.
Namely, we are dealing with Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (2001), Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (2002), and Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (2003), which are on board in a technically revised version.
Should Konami provide clarity and officially announce the Castlevania Advance Collection, we will of course bring you up-to-date information about it immediately.