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Castlevania Advance Collection

Castlevania Advance Collection physical

Today, Limited Run Games announced that it’s working on a physical release for Castlevania Advance Collection on Switch. 

This appears to be one of the company’s products that does not have a special edition. Fans will only be able to pick up a standard boxed copy.

Castlevania Advance Collection gameplay

Castlevania Advance Collection dropped on Switch today, and we now have some gameplay from the release.

After various leaks over the past few months, Konami announced the package during today’s Nintendo Direct. It includes Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, Aria of Sorrow, and Dracula X. Today’s gameplay gives us a good look at the games in Castlevania Advance Collection.

Here’s some additional information:

castlevania advance collection switch

It’s been a long time coming, but Castlevania Advance Collection has finally been announced for Switch. Konami delivered the news during today’s Nintendo Direct, and also confirmed that it will be out today.

Castlevania Advance Collection was first made known when it was leaked by an Australian rating. It was then hit by another leak just a few days ago following another classification, this time from Taiwan. The Taiwan rating was also the first mention of platforms, including Switch.

Castlevania Advance Collection

Back in June, a rating for Castlevania Advance Collection popped up in Australia. It’s been a few months since then, but it looks like Konami is still moving forward with the release.

A rating for Castlevania Advance Collection has now appeared in Taiwan. Additionally, we now have actual platforms listed, and Switch is among them. The Australia classification previously had it down as “multiplatform”.

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow

During the Game Boy Advance era, Konami released a few different mainline Castlevania games. Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, and Aria of Sorrow all debuted on the portable.

Could these titles be returning, potentially? A rating in Australia at least hints at the possibility.

Today, an official classification for Castlevania Advance Collection surfaced:

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