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Released for the Super Nintendo in the 1990s, ActRaiser stood out with its blend of platforming, action, and city-builder sections. SolSeraph, announced today by SEGA looks very much like a spiritual successor, thanks to the god-like protagonist, top down city builder stuff and 16-bit era inspired combat.

Check it out. Even the official description sounds a lot like ActRaiser.


SolSeraph puts you in the wing-tipped shoes of an almighty divinity who is tasked with rebuilding civilization while protecting the populace from the constant threat of mythical demons and monsters.

SolSeraph features two modes of play - Strategy, which has you building farms, roads, homes, and also manipulating the weather as a deity looking after the people. And Action, where you'll take your god-like powers straight to the lairs of various monsters to squash threats right at the source.

And we don't have to wait long to play it either as it's out next month on July 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC (via Steam).



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