Castlevania Advance Collection Rated in Australia, Likely GBA Ports

Konami hasn’t launched a brand new Castlevania sport since Lords of Shadow 2 in 2014 and has primarily centered on rereleases since. And a current scores board appears to level at that also being the case. The Australian video games ranking board has rated a sport referred to as Castlevania Advance Collection. While Konami hasn’t spoken about any such title, if actual, it’s doubtless a set of the three Game Boy Advance Castlevania video games: Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, and Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow.

Twitter person Nibel tweeted out the hyperlink to the Australian ratings board that reveals the unconfirmed bundle in question. It reveals the sport as rated M, however that’s doubtless a T in the ESRB as all three titles have been rated T on the Game Boy Advance. For comparability, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart is rated an M in Australia, however an E10+ by the ESRB. The remainder of the scores web page doesn’t reveal a lot and simply says it’s a multiplatform sport by Konami.

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Konami did put out one other Castlevania bundle in 2018 with Castlevania: Requiem. It was a bare-bones port of Symphony of Night and Rondo of Blood so these anticipating grand remasters ought to in all probability maintain their hopes in test.

The moveable Castlevania video games have been extremely regarded in their time, having Metacritic scores of 91, 87, and 91, respectively. The three Game Boy Advance video games iterated on the method that Symphony of the Night dropped at the sequence, which was a method that was additionally dropped at the Castlevania video games on the DS. The DS trilogy — Dawn of Sorrow, Portrait of Ruin, and Order of Ecclesia — have been additionally well-received, however are doubtless not part of this rumored assortment. But if this Game Boy Advance trilogy is actual, then it’s doubtless only a matter of time earlier than the DS video games come out but once more.

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