An unannounced Castlevania Game Boy Advance remaster collection has now been named by a second games ratings board.
The second listing seemingly corroborates the planned release, which earlier this month was rated by the Australian Classification board.
There were three Castlevania games for the Game Boy Advance, all of which were critically acclaimed.
Castlevania: Circle of the Moon was released in 2001 and is set in 1830, with players taking control of Nathan Graves, whose parents had died 10 years prior while fighting Dracula.
This was followed by Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance in 2002, which is set in 1748 and puts players in the role of Juste Belmont (the grandson of the original game’s hero Simon Belmont) as he searches Dracula’s monster-ridden castle for his kidnapped friend Lydie.
Finally, 2003’s Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow defies typical series convention by being set in the future (the year 2035), where players control a teenager called Soma Cruz who has occult powers.
All three games received widespread critical praise, with all three currently enjoying Metacritic scores of 91.
However, the only time they have ever been re-released was on the Wii U Virtual Console in 2015.