Unannounced ‘Castlevania Advanced Collection’ gets rated in Taiwan

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The game will apparently be coming to Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4 and Xbox One

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yet undeclaredCastlevania Advanced Collection‘ has received its third lot rating, which indicates which platform the game will eventually be released on.

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After ratings in Australia and Korea, the game has now received a third classification board rating, this time in Taiwan although Konami has yet to formally acknowledge the game’s existence.

According to gematsu, was listed by Taiwan Entertainment Software rating information website Castlevania Advance Collection and rated it PG-12 for “sex, violence, horror and inappropriate language,” but has since dropped it.

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For the first time, it also lists the different platforms the collection will be released on – Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The game looks likely to bundle all three Castlevania Games that were originally released through the Gameboy Advance.

2D side-scroller Castlevania: Circle of the Moon was released in 2001. The game, set in 1830, sees players take control of Nathan Graves (whose parents had died fighting Dracula 10 years earlier) as he once again tries to stop the rise of the vampire.

Castlevania: Dissonance of Harmony Released in 2002 and focuses on the descendants of a group of vampire hunters as they explore two connected castles as Juste Belmondo tries to save his childhood friend.

of 2003 Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow It is set in 2035 and focuses on a teenager named Soma Cruz who has the power to absorb the spirits of demons and use their abilities.

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Each release was praised by critics at the time, which is why all three games have an average Metacritic rating of 91. All three games are only available on the Gameboy Advance and were re-released on the Wii U Virtual Console in 2015.

In other news, original Game Boy titles could appear on the Nintendo Switch’s Switch Online service “really soon,” according to new rumours.

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