Dreadbit's Seraph, a shooter/platformer hybrid that released for PC on Steam earlier this year, is making its way to PlayStation 4 on November 1. You play as an angel called Seraph, who aims to recover her lost power and escape a demon-filled prison.
What's most interesting about the game is its twist on aiming. Seraph will automatically aim for you. She chooses who to target with her arsenal of firearms, and the player instead focuses on her moves and acrobats during combat.
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Seraph also includes an adaptive difficulty mechanic, where depending on your performance, the enemies will become harder if you do better. The more you improve, the better the rewards. All levels are procedurally generated with enemies and items, and you can also craft yourself new weapons, protective wards, and more.
You can check out Seraph on Steam by heading here.