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ActRaiser 2
Box artwork for ActRaiser 2.
Japanese title ActRaiser 2 沈黙への聖戦
Developer(s) Quintet
Publisher(s) Enix
Release date(s)
Flag of the United States.svg November, 1993
Genre(s) Platform
System(s) SNES
Players 1
Mode(s) Single player
Preceded by ActRaiser
Followed by Soul Blazer
Series ActRaiser
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Actraiser 2: Chinmoku heno Seisen (アクトレイザー2 沈黙への聖戦 Akutoreizā Tsū Chinmoku e no Seisen?, Actraiser 2: The Holy War to Silence) was originally released in Japan and later localized as ActRaiser 2. It is a side-scrolling platform game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game console developed by Quintet and published by Enix (now Square Enix) in 1993 and is the sequel to the popular game ActRaiser.

Unlike the original game which alternately combined platform game sequences and god game sequences, Actraiser 2 is only a platform game.

Original box artwork.
The first Japanese "subtitle" アクトレイザー2 ("akutoreiza 2") is actually just a reading help for Japanese players.


The game tells a story that parallels the famous religious epics Paradise Lost and The Divine Comedy.

The position of ActRaiser 2 in the series timeline is not explicitly revealed, however many plot details suggest that ActRaiser 2 may actually be a prequel to the original ActRaiser, or take place in another universe entirely.

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editActRaiser series

God and angels (main series): ActRaiser · ActRaiser 2 · Soul Blazer · Solo Crisis

Human heroes (spin-off): Illusion of Gaia · Terranigma · The Granstream Saga