Castlevania Advance Collection is now official. Nintendo has confirmed the existence of the compilation during the Nintendo Direct, but Konami has announced in parallel that the compilation of Game Boy Advance deliveries is now available for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC through Steam. The MSRP is $ 19.99 and includes the following titles.
Castlevania Advance Collection brings together four classic Castlevania games: Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow and Castlevania: Dracula X, all with an improved graphic section for the occasion in resolution work.
Add to rewind options, quick save and button mapping and all regional versions of each game are included, as well as a gallery of previously unreleased illustrations.
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Metroid Dread, the big October launch with Nintendo Switch OLED
Metroid Dread is hitting stores this October 8, 2021, same day as Nintendo Swich OLED, the new model of the family with improved features. From a 7-inch OLED screen with more intense colors and better contrast to an internal memory that grows up to 64 GB, optimized audio, improvement in the adjustable wide stand or smaller frames on the front. Its price will be 349.99 euros, 50 euros less than the standard model of Nintendo Switch, which drops from this September to 299 euros. The other available option is Nintendo Switch Lite for 219 euros, with the big difference that it cannot be connected to the TV, it is only portable.
The return of the Nintendo bounty hunter in its 2D saga is news that we have been waiting for more than fifteen years. Since the distant Metroid Fusion on the Game Boy Advance – not to mention Metroid: Samus Returns for Nintendo 3DS, which was a remake of Metroid II – the two-dimensional series has been completely stopped. Do not expect now the “most challenging and dangerous” adventure to date, a great video game, with a multitude of possibilities, and that will constantly put us in trouble.
Samus will have new abilities and mobility options while we complete our mission, in which we will have to make our way through a planet full of environments, dangers and mysteries. Of course, the threat of the EMMI stands out, the robots that do not obey orders from the Federation and roam freely chasing us until they finish us off. The Spanish studio Mercury Steam is in charge of the project.
Metroid Dread, the real Metroid 5, goes on sale this October 8th exclusively for Nintendo Switch.