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Castlevania Requiem Collection Set to Release on PS4, Gets an ESRB Rating with Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood

Castlevania Requiem

Castlevania Requiem Collection is all set to land on PS4. The game is going to release for PS4 with a Konami collection including Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood. Both the games now have an ESRB rating.


Both the games in Castlevania Requiem collection were earlier leaked via the Rating board of Korea. At this time it was also speculated that the games will, in fact, find their way to PS4. However, it wasn’t known at the time if the games will be part of the Requiem collection or not.

Now after being confirmed for PS4 and the western release with the ESRB ratings, the game will be released on the console. In addition, it is now also known that both the Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood will release on PS4 as part of the Castlevania Requiem Collection.

Following is how the ESRB rating for the game is described. According to the ESRB ratings, the game contains explicit content. So, the parents must be following all the guidelines in the rating details.

This is a collection of two action platformers in which players assume the role of a vampire hunter battling Dracula and other creatures. From a side-scrolling perspective, players traverse Dracula’s castle to kill fantastical enemies (e.g., zombies, demons, minotaurs). Characters use whips, swords, axes, and magic to defeat enemies. Pixelated blood is depicted when players’ character and creatures are killed; some attacks result in decapitation and dismemberment of creatures, including a boss character that loses its body parts and entrails. As players progress, they may encounter female creatures (e.g., harpies, Medusa) that have exposed buttocks and are depicted topless, though there are no discernible details (i.e., no nipples).

The Castlevania Symphony of the Night was initially released on PS1 and it later ported to PS2. While making a leap towards PS2, the game was accompanied by Rondo of blood as well. For most, the games are coming to PS4 as a collection, it is possible that the games are in fact ports of the PSP version. However, all the more relevant information will come out with the official release on PS4. We’ll keep an eye out for the new information and will relay it to you as soon as possible.

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