Soul blazer RPG Snes US Version 16 bit. The cartridge tested and works well before shipping with New label, NTSC US Version
+ Game Name: Soulblazer
+ Platform: SNES NTSC-16 bit
+ Region: North America including US, Canada
+ Saving Function: Yes
Included in the Super Nintendo’s first wave of releases was ActRaiser, a unique hybrid game design that merged side-scrolling action sequences with top-down world-building simulation chapters. The game was bold and memorable, but you’ll have to wait until a bit later for it to show up here – SoulBlazer, in the meanwhile, was a “follow-up” of sorts released one year later. Soul Blazer wasn’t a direct sequel to ActRaiser or anything, but its premise was similar – you again played as a heaven-sent angel character tasked with restoring the wholeness of the world after a demonic cataclysm. The action sequences shifted from side-scrolling to a birds-eye action/RPG style, though, getting closer to something like A Link to the Past. All this mix of different elements and inspirations created one great and underappreciated game, and we’re happy to offer it some fresh appreciation here on the countdown.
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Extra Information about SNES
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), or normally called the Super NES or Super Nintendo, is a 16-bit home video game console by Nintendo in 1990 in Japan and South Korea, 1991 in North America, 1992 in Europe and Australasia (Oceania), and 1993 in South America. In Japan, they call it the Super Famicom (SFC).In South Korea, they call it the Super Comboy. There are so many legendary games for this system and you can find hundred of forgotten games in our store
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