Developer Sabotage Studio has announced that their latest hit, the turn-based RPG Sea of Stars, is now available to play via NVIDIA GeForce Now. For those unaware, this is a cloud-based streaming service for games where one doesn’t need to worry about storage as long as their internet connection is favorable.
Actually, considering how Sea of Stars has a timing mechanic in its combat, you’ll need the cloud connection to really be on your side so it doesn’t hinder you.
Sea of Stars stars Valere and Zale, two characters with the same fate of becoming Solstice Warriors. Each shares the power of the Sun and Moon to perform what is known as Eclipse Magic to fight against an evil alchemist, The Fleshmancer.
Combat in Sea of Stars has players take control of six-party members in turn-based RPG systems. The game also removes level grinding as character skills are unlocked through game progression and not tied to how many fights are taken. When battles occur, players must use their tactical skills to make it out and pre-emptively counter powerful enemy attacks.
In case you missed it, check out our review.
The tweet announcing Sea of Stars’ NVIDIA GeForce Now is viewable below:
Sea of Stars is now available to even more players, thanks to @NVIDIAGFN!
No system requirements, no download times and no storage space required. ☁️🌙☀️☁️
— Sea of Stars (@seaofstarsgame) August 31, 2023
Sea of Stars is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.
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