There Could Be A Castlevania Advance Collection Coming In 2021

A new classification board listing suggests that a Castlevania Advance Collection is in the works.
If you’re a fan of Konami’s classic platformer, you’ve probably heard of the Castlevania games for the Game Boy Advance. Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, and Aria of Sorrow have all been left behind on Nintendo’s classic handheld, despite their positive reviews upon release. According to a recent listing by the Australian Classification Board, the games could be included in a new Castlevania Advance Collection. It would be great to see the DS games included in the collection.
According to the Australian Classification Board’s website, M2, the team behind the 2019 Castlevania Anniversary Collection, will be developing the collection. According to the listing, the collection will be “multi-platform,” which is great news for console owners everywhere. Despite the fact that the collection is expected to be released this year, it does not specify what games will be included.
If you bought Konami’s last Castlevania Collection back in 2019, you know what to expect from this new remastered bundle. Castlevania games for the Game Boy feature familiar characters from the Castlevania series. Circle of the Moon’s antagonist, Carmilla, is familiar if you’re familiar with the Castlevania Netflix series. Juste Belmont, Simon Belmont’s grandson, is also playable in Harmony of Dissonance.
Konami should unveil its Castlevania Advance Collection soon. According to the game’s rating board listing, the collection is scheduled for release in 2021, but people will have to wait for an official announcement.

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