Rainbow Moon: PSN-Exclusive Strategy RPG coming in 2012
SideQuest Studios CEO Marcus Pukropski has announced today that PSN-exclusive strategy RPG Rainbow Moon is coming in 2012.
To quote: Today I am telling you about what we've been working on with our publishing partner eastasiasoft during roughly the last year and a half.
No, it's not another shooter, but it's once again a very classical genre that we are bringing back to life on the PlayStation 3 in 2012.
Our latest creation is titled Rainbow Moon. It's a strategy role-playing game (or, for short, "SRPG"
with a strong emphasis on exploration, character development and turn-based battles. This genre is one of my personal favorites that I enjoyed playing most when I was growing up (and still enjoy a lot now as far as time allows).
I can promise you that Rainbow Moon is going to be massive, and it's got all the features that you want from a traditional RPG. First of all, it will take you around 30 hours just to play through the main story mode, but that's far from all what the game has to offer. Your playtime can be extended to 100 hours or longer if you want to complete all side quests and achieve full character development.
What else can you expect from Rainbow Moon? A classic isometric open world, six playable main characters, more than 20 dungeons, around 100 special skills, fully customizable weapons, armors and accessories, and a lot more.
At the moment, we are still putting on the last finishing touches, and I can't wait to see when Rainbow Moon hits the PlayStation Store in the first quarter of 2012. Until then, I will surely have more information for you here.
If you want to stay up to date on Rainbow Moon's development, you may also check out the official website at http://www.rainbowmoongame.com/ or follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/RainbowMoonTheGame.
looks similar graphics to under seige which i am playing now on psn. if anyone wants to play.. theres no one at all online with it.. LOL
looks good anyways. i agree with tidusnake666, to keep people interested it must have a good story.