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The long-rumored Castlevania Advance Collection has been unveiled, bringing four classic Castlevania games to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. It comes out today and costs $ 19.99.
This collection includes three popular games made for Game Boy Advance: Castlevania: Moon Ring, Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, Castlevania: Aria of Sadness, and in 1995, the SNES game Castlevania. Dracula: Introducing Vampire Kiss (known as Dracula). X in the Americas).
Released to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the Castlevania series, the Advanced Collection was co-developed with M2 (the studio behind the popular Sega 3D Classic Sport on 3DS), and Konami is the original “best recreation possible”. I promise. The new port also allows you to “record, play, and rewind” gameplay.
This sounds like a very complete package, giving players access to the complete 71-track soundtrack of all the music in the game and creating customizable playlists of tracks. The in-game gallery contains art, packaging designs, sketches, drawings in progress, and more you’ve never seen before. The game also comes with an encyclopedia consisting of all four games, providing information about enemies, equipment and more.
Castlevania: Have you played Aria of Sorrow?
All three Castlevania GBA games scored at least 9/10 in the first review of IGN and were our choice by the Aria of Sorrow. “Akumajo Dracula Circle of the Moon was a great intro to the Game Boy Advance series and a great launch title. The dissonance harmony is still great. The sadness aria is better.”
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