Castlevania Advance Collection is released in Australia, which may contain all three video games released for the Game Boy Advance.

There are days when you get up and they give you what the body needs. In the absence of a new opus, Konami brings us as similar as possible. It appeared leaked Castlevania Advance Collection and the Internet is on fire for it. Not without reason, because by the title it could be the three video games published for the Game Boy Advance.

The information comes directly from the Australian age classification. In theory, this means that the collection is not far from being launched. Its rating approval for mature audiences is very recent, so it could be a surprise release in the coming weeks.

There is little confirmed information about the project. M2 would be tasked with working on ports again, as it did with the Castlevania Anniversary Collection in 2019, which included six compiled classics from the saga. We can add that two other greats, Rondo of Blood and Symphony of the Night, are also available in modern material.

All of this points to a modern revival of the franchise, something more than grateful alongside the fantastic Netflix series.

We have no guarantee as to deliveries that would be included in the Castlevania Advance collection. The truth is, by name, it makes sense to think that there would be three very specific video games: those released for the Game Boy Advance. Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance and Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow would be the sayings.

After that, it remains to be wondered if we will also see some of the titles to be released such as 3D, Nintendo DS and even forgotten ones like Castlevania Legends. Either way, it’s fantastic news that we can enjoy these games if they get released. The closest to being able to buy them would be the Wii U eShop, after all.

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