Developer Dreadbit’s unique 2D action/platforming game Seraph has been available on PC for a little over a month. Now,
First, Seraph automatically aims at nearby enemies, allowing the player to concentrate more on firing and pulling off agile evasive maneuvers. Second, Seraph has a built-in adaptive difficulty mechanic which subtly adjusts the game’s difficulty depending on how well the player is doing. A higher difficulty means better rewards and more XP, so players are encouraged to perform as best they can in order to quickly unlock new weapons and upgrades for Seraph to wield.
Seraph is available now for PC via Steam, but if you’d rather play it on your PlayStation 4, Seraph will officially release to PS4 on November 1st. You can find out more about Seraph over on the official Seraph website.
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