Clearly inspired by classic RPGs, Sea of Stars uses that inspiration as a foundation for the game. It then quickly turns into something of its own and becomes an excellent modern turn-based RPG.
Sea of Stars
Sea of Stars is a turn-based RPG inspired by the classics. It tells the story of two Children of the Solstice who will combine the powers of the sun and moon to perform Eclipse Magic, the only force capable of fending off the monstrous creations of the evil alchemist known as The Fleshmancer.
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While Sea of Stars is set to launch digitally next week, iam8bit and Sabotage Studio revealed physical release plans. The console physical release is planned to arrive early next year.
Turn-based RPG Sea of Stars has completed its platform demo tour as a demo is now available on PS4 and PS5. The game will also be available on the PlayStation Plus Game Catalog at launch as well as Xbox Game Pass.
Although there was no E3, June still provided lots of game announcements to get RPGamers eager for what lies in store. The RPGamer staff picked out a good number of their highlights from the various presentations and reveals.
Sea of Stars will be hitting more platforms when it launches in August. Sabotage Studio revealed that in addition to PC, PS4, PS5, and Switch, the game will be coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
Sabotage Studio’s Sea of Stars has a release date. The turn-based RPG will hit PC, Switch, and PlayStation consoles in late August.
After providing some bad news regarding its delay, Sabotage Studio offered some good news to some RPGamers. Its turn-based RPG Sea of Stars will be avialable on PlayStation consoles when it launches next year.
Sabotage Studio announced a delay for turn-based RPG Sea of Stars. The game is now planned to hit PC, Switch, and other platforms next year.
Another year has come and gone, and it won’t be long until the RPG release flood begins anew. The RPGamer staff has picked out some of the titles they are most excited for in 2022 and beyond.
Sabotage Studio’s prequel to The Messenger is set to launch next year. The game is confirmed for PC and Switch, with more platforms to be revealed in spring.
RPGamer’s ad hoc Kickstarter Check-In feature returns for a look at an ongoing crowdfunding campaign. This edition features Sabotage’s retro RPG Sea of Stars.