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Free 90-minute Rainbow Moon demo coming to PSN


5:30 PM on 09.03.2012
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Following up the launch of Rainbow Moon on PlayStation Network this past July, EastAsiaSoft is releasing a slew of new content for fans, including a hefty demo available for free. Promised for this upcoming week, the 90-minute demo can be restarted as often as the player desires, with the fully unlocked game ($14.99 in NA) picking up where the demo progress left off.

Also available will be the full soundtrack called Rainbow Moon Melodies for download, DRM free and containing all 32 songs from the game, all for $3.99. The same album will also go to physical retail for $4.99 plus international shipping from the official store. And finally, if you want to go full throttle you can pick up the Rainbow Moon Premium Bundle, containing the game, the soundtrack, and the Rainbow Moon Starter Pack (Medium) Add-On, all for $18.99.








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