Castlevania Advance Collection, which likely contains Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, and Aria of Sorrow, has been rated for PC in Korea.
Just last week, we saw Castlevania Advance Collection – which collects the Game Boy Advance games in the series – rated by Australia’s classification board.
Following that accidental reveal, the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea has rated Castlevania Advance Collection for PC, too, suggesting the game is due for release sooner rather than later.
Three Castlevania games listed above were all released for Game Boy Advance handheld console between 2001 to 2003.
Given that they’ve been left behind on old hardware, a new collection allowing you to play the games on modern consoles would certainly go down well with fans of the series – especially given the popularity of the four-season series that’s been doing well on Netflix.
We did get a Castlevania Anniversary Collection back in 2019, but that didn’t include any of the GBA titles that will likely form the bulk of this collection. Interestingly enough, the 2019 game was also outed by the Australian Classification Board. Funny how these things are cyclical.
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