Nintendo and Sabotage Studio released new information about the “Salmon of Stars”, the retro version of The Messenger. Sabotage Studio announced that the prequel is highly anticipated to be released in 2023. The game was announced in 2020 and was set to start earlier, but it was delayed until next year. Sabotage Studio has been keeping fans up with a stream of video videos released on its YouTube channel, with the promise that more about the title will be coming.
Sabotage Studio shared a new video of the giant star during an annual Christmas event. The video showed the game, a message from famous videogame composer Yasunori Mitsuda. Mitsuda is very famous for his work on classic games for the Super Nintendo, including the Chrono Trigger, The Legend of Zelda: A History of Mana and the Legend of Mana. Tom worked with The Messenger and was invited to the Saotage Studio for a few tracks for Sea of Stars.
With Sea of Stars being the first choice for old-school SNES games, Mitsuda is trying to make it sound like the game was a sNES. Mitsudas was built on the new game of Sea of Stars, which shows off a new river area. The cinematic footage reflects the detailed and polished pixelated art style, with the water effect on the video seeing you as amazing. The footage showed more games combat, highlighting the fact that this game was originally a good fashioned RPG with a similar gameplay style as Chrono Trigger.
The story of Sea of Stars is about two Solistice children who combine their powers of Sun and Moon to create a magic of the Moon. With their newfound powers, the children of the Solistice intend to prevent the extortion of the alchemist known as The Fleshmancer. Players can add Sea of Stars to the Steam wishlist. The game is going to be launched on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.