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Playing the PSN exclusive Rainbow Moon evokes an unusual sort of frustration: it's a victim of wasted potential. This kind of game does a lot of things right, features some neat ideas and fun play elements, but is crippled by one or two major problems – problems so significant that they drag the rest of the product down. All it would take are a couple of fixes ...

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PS Plus in October: DriveClub, Dust, Arkham Asylum

Sony announced October's PlayStation Plus lineup today, revealing that service subscribers will receive free copies of Batman: Arkham Asylum, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Spelunky, and other featured games starting next week. PlayStation 4 owners will receive newly-released ports of Dean Dodrill's 2...

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Rainbow Moon out now on Vita, includes add-on Cross-Buy support

SideQuest Studios' tactical RPG Rainbow Moon is now available for the PlayStation Vita, introducing newcomers to its dungeon-crawling, loot-based approach to the genre while wooing veterans with DLC import options. Released for the PlayStation 3 in 2012, Rainbow Moon focuses on character growth ...

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Rainbow Moon hits Vita next month, Skies coming 'end of 2014, maybe later'

SideQuest Studios is flying PS3 game Rainbow Moon to the Vita on December 3. The dungeon crawler and strategy RPG hybrid supports cross-saving between the two platforms, and the Vita game's assortment of new features, fixes, and tweaks are also being patched in to the PS3 version. As for Rainb...

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Rainbow Moon review: A real grind

Playing the PSN exclusive Rainbow Moon evokes an unusual sort of frustration: it's a victim of wasted potential. This kind of game does a lot of things right, features some neat ideas and fun play elements, but is crippled by one or two major problems – problems so significant that they drag ...

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Rainbow Moon dev diary talks weapon and item systems

SideQuest Studios' latest development diary for Rainbow Moon expounds upon the game's weapon and item systems, specifically how players can upgrade their items via crafting. Also: there are hats, which means that the game will be a huge success if the rest of the games industry is any indication....

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Rainbow Moon random battling onto US PSN on July 10

Rainbow Moon's funky-looking self is heading to the US PlayStation Network on July 10, SideQuest Studios CEO Marcus Pukropski says. For us normal folk, the game'll run $14.99, whereas PlayStation Plus subs get the game at a 20 percent discount ($11.99). "But what in the hell is Rainbow Moon?," you...

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Rainbow Moon waxes into Europe July 4, other regions later in July

Developer Sidequest Studios and publisher Eastasiasoft are following the Soldner-X shooter series with the PS3 downloadable role-playing game, Rainbow Moon. It's about a man cursed and transported to the title location, which is also host to a dimensional gate out of which monsters are continually ...

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Rainbow Moon fleshed out with new trailer, screens, system details

Besides being chock full of explosions, meteors and a charmingly tiny boat, this latest trailer for Rainbow Moon also demonstrates the isometric PSN-exclusive RPG's various systems, which as we all know are the most important parts of any RPG. Well, at least as important as the inclusion of a tiny...

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Soldner-X dev announces PSN strategy RPG 'Rainbow Moon'

Known for developing the tongue-twistingly titled shooter Söldner-X: Himmelsstürmer, SideQuest Studios is hard at work on its next IP for release on PlayStation Network. Rainbow Moon is an isometric view strategy RPG in a fantasy setting, currently scheduled to hit in Q4 2011 according ...

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