Sound driver: SCSP (1Track)
Number of players: 1
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(ソロ・クライシス) is a simulation game for the Solo Crisis Sega Saturn.
Solo Crisis is often seen as the spiritual successor to Quintet's ActRaiser and ActRaiser 2, released on the Super NES (and published by Enix). While the ActRaiser games are a mixture between side-scrolling platforming and world building, Solo Crisis focuses solely on the world building aspect.
Planner: Kenichi Yanagihara, Tomoyoshi Miyazaki, Takashige Shichijyo
Programmer: Noriyoshi Akiba, Kenichi Yanagihara, Kyosuke Achiwa
Graphic designer: Toshiaki Yamada, Miyako Katoh, Masuhiro Tatara, Michiko Harazumi, Tatsuo Hashimoto, Atsuko Muro
Movie Designer: Hisashi Ogasawara
Sound Composer: Naoki Kaneda, Masanori Hikichi, Takako Ochiai
Project Manager: Ushio Ohtsuki, Katsuyoshi Itonaga
Instruction Manual: Katsuyoshi Itonaga, Maohito Suginaka
SEGA Director: Masanobu Tsukamoto
SEGA Promotion Staff: Masatoshi Kawaguchi, Chika Ikegame
SEGA Publisity Staff: Tadashi Takezaki, Masanori Hirano, Junji Yamazaki
Producer: Tomoyoshi Miyazaki
Publisher: Masaya Hashimoto
Test Player: Naohito Suginaka, Michiko Harazumi, Miyuki Inomoto, Hideyuki Oikake, Tomoko Miyazaki Quintet Staff: Kazunori Takado, Reiko Takebayashi, Shigemi Kita, Yuko Miyata, Kenichi Kobayashi, Masami Ohkubo, Chika Hashimoto, Akihiro Jyuichiya, Hideaki Kosaka, Eiji Yoshida
Copyright QUINTET CO.,LTD. 1998
Source: In-game credits (JP)
Main article: Solo Crisis/Magazine articles.
Sega Retro Average
Weekly Famitsu (JP)
(JP) Sega Saturn Magazine
Sega Saturn Magazine (readers) (JP)
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