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New Moon Chronicles trailer teases lunar mysteries


6:15 PM on 02.05.2014



Renegade Kid has released a new trailer for Moon Chronicles, recently announced for Nintendo 3DS. The remake of the 2009 first-person shooter released for the DS boasts improved graphics in full 3D and will be delivered in four episodic chapters starting this Spring, before continuing with a second "season" featuring all-new story content.

The original Moon is one of the best FPS games released on the portable platform, and I'd expect that it will turn out just as well on the 3DS. I'm not thrilled at the idea of making people wait to play the whole thing in chunks, even if it means I get my hands on some of the game a little quicker, but I'm very interested to see what lies in store for that second season.








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2:00 PM on 01.29.2015
Moon Chronicles gets a season pass, three more episodes coming next month

Renegade Kid has unveiled a new plan for Moon Chronicles, as more is on the way next month. On February 5, episodes 2, 3, and 4 will drop for $4.50 apiece. Or, if you're in a more carefree mode of operation, $9 for the lot. Since the first episode already exists, the rest is basically an add-on for the previous package. Europe is still MIA in terms of a release of any kind.more



8:30 PM on 11.03.2014
Moon Chronicles might be on its way to Wii U

Moon Chronicles is coming to Wii U. Maybe. It's pending a Kickstarter campaign -- one that hasn't happened yet. Renegade Kid wants you to do stuff on Twitter first. The first-person shooter sort of launched on Nintendo ...more



2:00 PM on 05.19.2014
Review: Moon Chronicles: Episode 1

Five years ago, a little game by the name of Moon launched on the Nintendo DS. Being a competent first-person shooter on a portable platform, it was something of a curiosity. Studios seldom attempt the genre on handhelds, and...more



12:30 PM on 05.09.2014
Moon Chronicles lands on Nintendo 3DS eShop next week

Nintendo 3DS first-person shooter Moon Chronicles is blasting off on May 15, Renegade Kid announced today. The first four chapters of the remastered Nintendo DS game will be available to download starting next week ...more



8:00 AM on 01.25.2014
Renegade Kid shooter Moon Chronicles announced for 3DS

Mutant Mudds studio Renegade Kid has announced Moon Chronicles, a remake of the 2009 Nintendo DS first-person shooter Moon, for release on 3DS this spring. The remastered sci-fi adventure will follow an episodic structure thi...more




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