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Geeks Under Grace (9 out of 10)

Seraph conducts a makeover on the old model of side-scrolling platform run-and-guns, blessing gamers everywhere with a fantastic contribution to the SHUMP genre.

Sep 23rd, 2016 · Windows · read review

Starburst Magazine ( )

Let’s be clear here: This is a Unity Engine game done right, and a perfect example of just what Early Access was intended for. Bloody, difficult but utterly enthralling, even in its unfinished state Seraph is simply incredible from start to finish. Definitely take the time to look into this one as soon as you have a tenner to spare.

Sep 30th, 2016 · Windows · read review

Gaming Nexus (8 out of 10)

Seraph has a very solid foundation but lacks the level variation and art variety to get truly addictive. That said, the combat is thrilling and the scaling difficulty is creative. If you can get this one on sale, I’d definitely pull the trigger.

Nov 29th, 2016 · Windows · read review

Gold-Plated Games ( )

All Seraph really needed was more variety to its gameplay, but even with the fluid movement and shooting I was falling asleep at the controls. You’ll be killing the same monsters over and over and just taking longer to do it the further you go, in levels ironically randomized the same ways. I won’t knock the graphics or sound design, it feels like a very polished game, but one devoid of anything to compel you on to the end. I would love to see a more fully-realized game from these developers, one that does something with the story and mechanics that has a hint of dynamism or progression to it, because Seraph is not that game.

Feb 12th, 2019 · Windows · read review

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