The Konami Anniversary Collection series has been announced by the company.
Konami has announced that it'll be releasing a new collection called "The Konami Anniversary Collections", which will include many of its classic titles such as Contra and Castelvania.
Dubbed the Anniversary Collection, each pack contains loads of classic games to choose from. The Arcade collection, releasing first on April 18 for US$19.99, will include Gradius I and II, Life Force/Salamander, Twinbee, Scramble, Thunder Cross, Haunted Castle, and Typhoon/A-Jax.
After that, fans can expect to see the Castlevania Collection make its debut this summer and that will include eight of the Castlevania games including Castlevania 1 through to 4. Much like Castlevania, the next four games included are likely to be more classic titles from the series from the late 90s - which might disappoint fans of Contra's PS2 outings. The bundle comes with the arcade versions of the original Contra, and Super Contra, as well as Super C, and Contra 3: The Alien Wars.
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These Anniversary Collections will be available digitally on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC and will each include a bonus eBook that is "packed with new information about the titles, including interviews with the development staff, behind-the-scenes insights, and sketches and design documents never before revealed to the public!"
The Contra Collection is also due out this summer. Screenshots show that a further four games are yet to be announced for the line up, though they are likely to be from the earliest iterations of the game.
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