A rating for Castlevania: Advance Collection has appeared in Korea, and it seems to be heading for the PC.
This collection likely includes Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, and Aria of Sorrow. They were all celebrated series entries, and Koji Igarashi produced the latter pair.
As we reported last week, the Australian ratings board had certified the collection, and listed it as a “Multi Platform” release. Now, according to the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea (via VG 24/7), it appears that PC players can also rejoice.
Castlevania: Advance Collection is an exciting prospect, not least because it is an excellent trio of games. More than that, these games are bound to the plastic mausoleums of the Game Boy Advance and the Nintendo DS. The opportunity to play them with modern hardware, to splash them across screens as sharp as fangs, if a thrill.
Recently the Castlevania Anniversary Collection brought a slew of treasures to modern platforms. Among them was Kid Dracula, an obscure curio, never released beyond the shores of Japan. And a digital sheaf of papers: booklets, artwork, etc.
Hopefully, Castlevania: Advance Collection—which, by the way carries an “M” in Australia, for its “fantasy violence,” and quite rightly so—will boast similar treasures.