Square Enix has just announced a remake/remaster of the classic Actraiser game, Actraiser Renaissance. The game has just been released on Steam, and it comes with some free stuff until November 1st.
Actraiser Renaissance features remastered 2D graphics and 15 new music tracks. Moreover, it packs re-arranged original tracks by Actraiser composer Yuzo Koshiro. Not only that, but the game comes with new stories, expanded action and realm management gameplay, additional action stages, an all-new realm, and a new, powerful boss.
Furthermore, its dev team has added new magic that was not available in the original game, along with the ability to dodge. Players can also attack with upward and downward motions for a more dynamic action experience.
Lastly, the game has auto-save and difficulty levels.
In order to celebrate this launch, Square Enix also released the game’s debut trailer that you can find below!
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