Gaming News, Game Reviews, Game Trailers, Tech News

dtoid   |   japanator   |   flixist   |   tomopop   |   store


 



Rainbow Moon: news and videos


SRPGs photo
SRPGs

SRPGs Rainbow Skies & Rainbow Moon are coming to the PS4

SideQuest Studios has just announced that both Rainbow Skies, and a port of 2012's Rainbow Moon will be coming to PS4 in 2016. The former is still in development, and to add some consistency, will be released alongside of its predecessor. T...   read

 
Rainbow Moon photo
Rainbow Moon

Impressions: Rainbow Moon (Vita)

Strategy RPGs seem to thrive on handheld systems. While many are released on console, it often takes a port to a portable build for gamers to take notice. With a sequel already in the works, EastAsiaSoft has seen fit to port last year's Rai...   read

 
Rainbow Moon photo
Rainbow Moon
  Watch Video

Rainbow Moon touches down on Vita this December

While we already knew that Rainbow Moon was making its way over to the PS Vita, publisher EastAsiaSoft has finally set a date for the game's release. The quirky strategy-RPG lands on North American shores this December 3rd, following ...   read

 
 photo
8===D

Rainbow Moon coming to PS Vita in 2013

Because people were apparently demanding it, Rainbow Moon will see its strategic role-playing way to the PS Vita. Publisher EastAsiaSoft announced in a press release today that they will be publishing the title on Sony's handheld next ...   read

 
 photo
8===D

Review: Rainbow Moon

Tactical role-playing games gained a more mainstream momentum with titles such as Final Fantasy Tactics and Fire Emblem on the Nintendo DS due to their bright, friendly graphics and user friendliness. After more notable hardcore strategy RP...   read

 
 photo
8===D
  Watch Video

Rainbow Moon RPGs all over your PSN July 10

After two years, Sidequest Studios is finally ready to bring Rainbow Moon to the PlayStation Network. According to the PlayStation Blog, this roleplaying game will be available on July 10 for $14.99.  If you're a PlayStation Plus subs...   read

 
 photo
8===D

Rainbow Moon postponed, but shiny new screenshots

It looks like tactical RPG fans on PlayStation 3 will have to wait a little while longer for this one. Rainbow Moon, developed by SideQuest Studios, has been pushed back to the first quarter of 2012. But to help tide you over until next yea...   read

 

DISCUSSIONS

+ Add a post

 
 
 


Reviews   filter by...

Hitman: Colorado"LET'S GO DENVER"

 

Forza Horizon 3"Crocodile Dandy"

 

Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice"Speeding into obscurity"

 

PowerA Fusion Controller for Xbox One"More buttons, more sticks, less money"

 

River City: Tokyo Rumble"Kickin' ass and takin' coins"

 
More ReviewsGame Trailers
 


 


Not in stores: Upcoming games

More Previews
 

Destructoid Originals

More Originals
 
 

Community expand | +quickpost

AvtrSpirit

I finally have to admit out loud that Ive been in a funk ever since finishing Uncharted 4 on Sunday Not that it was as good as Its just that I hate saying Like when I finished reading LotR and Jungle Book 2, I am similarly saddened

 
Jinx 01

If Im not big into racing sim games but enjoyed dicking around in Burnout Paradise a lot would the new Forza be good for me? I feel like I need a genre leap to get me away from Overwatch for a I still want Blur or SRT sequels

 
Hypno Coffin

Remembered I still had my old and janky 3DS stored in a box under my Thankfully I have DQ:VII on a cartridge and not digital, so I can keep playing right Still gotta figure out how Im gonna go about getting my digital games off the broken

 
Electric Reaper

Doomguy got a cuteness upgrade!

 
BarnacleBritches

Theyve gone too far help

 
Sr Churros
 
Seeeeeeth

I have found what is probably the best flash game Ive ever

 
The Dyslexic Laywer

I have to say I really enjoy the backstory and character development we are getting from Apollo Justice, he certainly came a long way from being a Phoenix Wright knock

 

Blogs | expand

 

WTF IS DESTRUCTOID? 10 years of pants optional Free Download

Stats

 
 
 



Read Huge: Top Stories

Destructoid