Konami announced a series of video game collections coming out this year to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary. There were 3 collections announced: Arcade Classics (https://www.konami.com/games/50th/ac/arcade/us/en/) Scramble (1981) Gradius (1985) TwinBee (1985) Life Force (1986) A-JAX (1987) Gradius II (1988) Haunted Castle (1988) Thunder Cross (1988) Castlevania (https://www.konami.com/games/50th/ac/castlevania/us/en/) Castlevania (1987, NES) Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (1988, NES) Castlevania: The Adventure (1989, GB) Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (1990, NES) Akumajō Special: Boku Dracula-kun (1990, FAMICOM) Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge (1991, GB) Super Castlevania IV (1991, SNES) Castlevania: Bloodlines (1994, Genesis) Contra (https://www.konami.com/games/50th/ac/contra/us/en/) Contra (1987, Arcade) Super Contra (1988, Arcade) Super C (1990, NES) Contra III: The Alien Wars (1992, SNES) TBA TBA TBA TBA Arcade Classics has a release date of April 18, while the other 2 are scheduled for "Early Summer 2019." Each collection will be available digitally for $19.99 and also include an e-book containing interviews, design documents, history, and soundtrack selections. Seems odd to me that they would include Belmont's Revenge over Simon's Quest in the Castlevania collection. Perhaps it is one of the unannounced titles. I guess Konami are going to continue to milk peoples' nostalgia. How's that pachinko business strategy going? EDIT: Changed Salamander to the English release name Life Force. EDIT2: Added full Castlevania lineup. Release date is May 16.