Rainbow Moon: My Thoughts, Plus New PSN Content This Week
My Thoughts On Rainbow Moon Thus Far
Rainbow Moon was a game that caught my attention right away with its lovely opening presentation of the story along with the art style that represents the game. Diving into this RPG was quick and easy right from the beginning and it gives you a nice sense of excitement when pushing forward in the game. It looks fun because of the art direction, the menus are well detailed, and there is more than enough help and tutorials to guide you. I also love the leveling up system and the focus on collecting rainbow pearls in order to increase your specific attributes.
While playing Rainbow Moon on the easiest of difficulties, I was still challenged. Those who want to really grind it out can select the higher difficulty levels and do just that. The battles are turn-based and the enemies are viewable, so you can avoid a battle if you want to, but if you want to progress, they do have specific points locked down to where you will have to battle in order to move forward. I should also mention that random battles do appear, but it’s entirely up to you whether you accept the fight or not.
Rainbow Moon – Gameplay Video (Battle Sequences Early In The Game)
Rainbow Moon has a beautiful artful charm to it with a good battle and leveling system and it even has some nice tunes for the ears to enjoy. This is the most impressed I have been with the presentation of an RPG in a while and there is no reason to pass up on adding this wonderful option to your collection.
New PSN Content This Week
Rainbow Moon had a successful launch and was the second highest selling game on PSN during its launch month of July. Now they are releasing three more items which includes a 90 minute demo of the game, a Rainbow Moon melodies soundtrack, and a Rainbow Moon premium bundle which will appear on the PlayStation Network this week. Now is a great time to take a look at what I found to be a lovely RPG. Check out the demo and pay close attention to the music because I found myself enjoying it a lot. So for some of you, it may be worth the extra couple of dollars to purchase the premium bundle that includes the soundtrack.
Rainbow Moon Demo:
– Allows players to try out Rainbow Moon for up to 90 minutes and can be restarted as often as desired
– After unlocking the full game, any previously saved game can be loaded and resumed from the same point without loss of progress
– The price for unlocking the full game remains unchanged at US$14.99 (North America), €12.99 / £9.99 (Europe)
Rainbow Moon Melodies:
– Digital soundtrack album, containing all 32 tracks from the game
– 100% DRM free
– Available at US$ 4.99 (North America), €3.99 / £3.19 (Europe)
Rainbow Moon Premium Bundle:
– A set containing: Rainbow Moon, Rainbow Moon Melodies and the Rainbow Moon Starter Pack (Medium) add-on
– Available at US$ 18.99 (North America), €16.99 / £12.99 (Europe)