Crusader of Centy: SEGA’s Zelda Clone on the Genesis | Gaming Historian

May 11, 2020 778771 Views

In 1994, Sega launched the Mega Role-Playing Project to compete with Nintendo’s RPG lineup. The first game from the project was Crusader of Centy, a Zelda clone! The game was called Shin Soseiki: Ragnacenty in Japan and Soleil in Europe. Learn more about its creation and legacy.

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