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Posted 24 June 2023

Castlevania Anniversary Collection (Nintendo Switch) £3.19 @ Nintendo eShop

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Konami's Castlevania Anniversary Collection traces the origins of the historic vampire franchise. Included is a unique eBook with details provided by developers, artists and others inspired by the Castlevania legacy which sheds a fresh light into the world of Castlevania.

Released as part of the Konami 50th Anniversary celebration, relive these timeless classics that helped define the platformer genre. From the Belmont clan to their extended bloodlines and allies, the Castlevania Anniversary Collection is the best first step for anyone to take into the world of Castlevania and the fight against Dracula!

Castlevania II Simon's Quest
Castlevania III Dracula's Curse
Super Castlevania IV
Castlevania The Adventure
Castlevania II Belmont's Revenge
Castlevania Bloodlines
Kid Dracula (never released in English before)
History of Castlevania - Book of the Crescent Moon

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  • Released: May 16, 2019
  • Genre: Arcade, Action, Adventure, Fighting
  • Number of players: Offline: 1
  • Developer: Konami Digital Entertainment
  • Publisher: KONAMI
  • Download size: 1.451 GB
  • Metacritic: 81 8.3
  • OpenCritic: 78
  • How Long To Beat: Solo: 25½ hours
  • PEGI Rating: 7
  • Play modes: TV, Tabletop, Handheld
  • Languages: Japanese, English

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  1. 2amSunRise's avatar
    Thanks op! Have bought it
  2. smallmooseltd's avatar
    Should have included Rondo of Blood/Castlevania X, no idea why it didn’t. What’s well done about this collection is that not only can you save anywhere, but you can also rewind, and that’s a particularly cool feature when you’re playing something as nails hard as the first Castlevania on the Gameboy (how they expected people to complete that game with the meagre amount of lives given I don’t know. There’s sections so brutal you have a split second to make the right move at exactly the right point on the screen or its game over). So the rewind function really helps make some of these impossible games possible without tearing your hair out.

    There’s the original Japanese versions here too. As far as I’m aware the only difference is the music; they had an extra channel of sound on the Japanese NES (quoting from second-hand sources here) which makes the already brilliant soundtracks even more…. Brillianter!

    Worth it for the soundtracks, Super Castlevania IV and Bloodlines alone, and that’s not including all the background notes and info on the making of the games. Bargain!