Rainbow Moon Delayed To Next Year
On the plus side, here's some new screens!
10.14.11 - 10:36 PM
Eastasiasoft announced today that its upcoming PS3 strategy RPG, Rainbow Moon, is delayed until early next year. Developer SideQuest Studios (also known for the Söldner X titles) CEO Marcus Pukropski didn't get into details, but assured that quality is most important and that they hoped to deliver the 'best possible experience' which includes a well-balanced game. Rainbow Moon is said to take anywhere between 30 and 100 hours to complete.
Thanks to a curse from an archnemesis, protagonist Baldren finds himself in Rainbow Moon, a strange land where he's somehow opened a strange dimensional gate - and from it, monsters keep coming. In order to find his way to his own planet he has to seal the gate first. In the game you'll have six playable characters, whose weapons and equipment you can upgrade, plus you'll have over 100 skills to choose from and 20 dungeons to fight your way through.
We've also added 30 new screenshots to our gallery below. Rainbow Moon releases in the first quarter of 2012.