Castlevania Premium Collection is now available on consoles and PC

Konami posted Castlevania Premium Collection For console and PC.

The series was first announced by the Australian Classification Board and confirmed by the Korean Classification Board. The series consists of three classic Gameboy Advance games and one SNES game.

These games are “Ring of the Moon”, “Disharmonious Harmony”, “Aria of Sadness” and “Dracula X”.

All four games have been enhanced with new features such as rewind, save/load and replay, and include a handy encyclopedia, a music player with all soundtracks, and you can even change the ROM area to play different versions All games. It also includes some unprecedented sketches and artwork in all four games.

In “Ring of the Moon”, the combination of action cards and attribute cards can create more than 80 unique spell effects, from fire whips to ice storms, thanks to the dual setting system. In it, the vampire hunter Nathan Graves enters Dracula’s castle with his master, trying to prevent the Earl’s terrible return.

Harmony of Dissonance lets you play as Just Belmont, grandson of the vampire hunter Simon Belmont. With its release, the title introduced many new features to the series, such as the Boss Rush mode and the spell fusion system that allows you to combine sub-weapons and spell books to cast spells.

In Aria of Sorrow, a new attack system called Tactical Soul is introduced, allowing you to capture the soul of monsters to gain more than 100 abilities. It also has a lot of New Game+ content.

The SNES game Castlevania: Dracula X is a reimagining of the action game Castlevania: Rondo of Blood. In it, you will play as the heir of the Belmont family, Richter Belmont. Dracula was resurrected again and resurrected the dead for evil purposes. You will fight him in his castle to defeat him and the enemies that hinder your advancement.

This series is suitable for PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One. Through backward compatibility, it can be played on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. The game collection is only available digitally and you will spend $19.99 or the equivalent in your area.