The last four games in the Castlevania Anniversary Collection have been revealed

The PlayStation Blog has announced the final four games that will make up the Castlevania Anniversary Collection from Konami, joining the previously announced titles Castlevania, Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse, Castlevania II Belmont’s Revenge and Super Castlevania IV.

Here are the the remaining four games.


Castlevania Bloodlines: Released over 25 years ago, Castlevania Bloodlines has been a sought-after classic by retro game collectors worldwide and now will be playable on a PlayStation console for the first time ever. Castlevania Bloodlines follows main protagonist John Morris, and is one of the few times a Castlevania game did not include a member of the Belmont Family.

Kid Dracula: Kid Dracula is a rare gem in the Castlevania Anniversary Collection. Since its original release in 1990 as Boku Dracula-kun in Japan, Kid Dracula is a cute and light-hearted take on the Castlevania franchise and is rumoured to be one of the first times we meet Galamoth, better known as one of the bosses in Symphony of the Night.

Castlevania the Adventure: Originally released in 1989, Castlevania the Adventure was the very first Castlevania game made for a portable console. As Christopher Belmont, players will experience new experiments in Castlevania gameplay adapted for a handheld console.

Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest: Simon’s Quest evolved the gameplay from the original Castlevania, encouraging players to explore Transylvania in search for the scattered pieces of Dracula’s body. The game’s soundtrack, specifically is still one of the most recognizable pieces of video game music to this day with its iconic song, Bloody Tears.

“Fun fact,” add Konami, “Castlevania Bloodlines was known as The New Generation in Europe, and was censored. This is the first time the uncensored version of the game will be available in the European region!”

The Castlevania Anniversary Collection launches on May 16th as a digital exclusive on PS4, and also on Switch and Xbox One.

Source: PS Blog

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  1. Wouldn’t mind a Lords of Shadow collection

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