Castlevania Advance Collection Rated in Australia, Could Be Coming to PC

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Australia’s classification board has rated Castlevania Advance Collection, a new compilation of Castlevania titles that hasn’t yet been formally announced by Konami. While the listing doesn’t specify which exact platforms Castlevania Advance Collection will be released on (“Media Type: Multi Platform”), the title is likely headed to both consoles and PC based on Konami’s previous attempt, Castlevania Anniversary Collection, which was made available on Steam. Konami’s Castlevania Advance Collection is expected to comprise three Castlevania titles that were originally released for Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance: Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (2001), Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (2002), and Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (2003).

None of these titles have been re-released on any platform other than a digital appearance on Wii U, and definitely not on PC despite being Symphony of the Night-style Metroidvanias beloved by fans as some of the best platform games ever made.

Sources: Australian Classification Board, Nibel, PCGamesN, Gematsu

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