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Eastasiasoft Announces Rainbow Skies
Follow-up to Rainbow Moon keeps many of the first games' systems.
02.22.13 - 11:29 AM

With its PSN release of Rainbow Moon still slated for 2013 release on Vita, Eastasiasoft and SideQuest Studios have announced a follow-up entitled Rainbow Skies. No specific platform has been announced for the late 2014 title other than it is expected to launch for "consoles and handhelds."

"Built on Rainbow Moon's system, Rainbow Skies is a completely new game that is set in a new world with new characters and a new story," said Marcus Pukropski, CEO of SideQuest Studios. "A lot of feedback has been taken into consideration and we are confident that Rainbow Skies will offer an even deeper and more versatile gameplay experience, while staying absolutely true to its roots. We canít wait to show more of Rainbow Skies to our fans."

This new iteration allows combo attacks, monster capturing, additional quest types, buildings, mini-games, and other brand-new content. Eastasiasoft has released some mock-up artwork, which you can see in the small gallery below. Eastasiasoft intends to release more information on Rainbow Skies soon.


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