Unannounced ‘Castlevania Advance Collection’ Shows Up on the Australian Rating Board

The Australian Rating Board has rated a game called Castlevania Advance Collection. Konami has yet to announce it officially, so no specifics are known, but the naming implies it should include the Castlevania titles originally released for the Gameboy Advance.

Back in the day, three of the franchise’s games were released for the Nintendo handheld: Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, and Aria of Sorrow. The latter is particularly well-regarded by the fandom and had a Nintendo DS sequel called Dawn of Sorrow.

According to the details from the rating, the developer of the collection was M2. The company is known for working on many projects emulating older titles, having also worked on the Virtual Console and Sega Ages re-releases. They’ve also worked on the Castlevania Anniversary Collection and Contra Anniversary Collection.

There’s also no indication of which systems it’ll be on, as the mention of multi-platform is currently used as a default in the rating board even for exclusive titles. However, as with previous Konami collections, it’s likely to be available on all platforms.

We’ll keep you updated on future announcements and the latest news on this Castlevania Advance Collection when Konami officially reveals this project and its actual contents.

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

Random Japanese games are my jam. Handhelds, RPGs, VNs and PC banzai.