The more the merrier
We don't often get a chance to sample Chinese-developed games here in the West, and so Sword & Fairy 6 has caught our eye. The latest instalment in what is apparently a very popular role-playing series in China, Sword & Fairy 6 promises a fantastical story based in Chinese mythology, and a battle system that blends a bit...
The shoot ‘em up is a bit of a niche choice these days. Long gone are the days where Galaga and Space Invaders were the hottest games on the market. The genre now seems defined by small indie releases via the PlayStation Store. Fast Striker comes courtesy of a German developer, the confusingly named NG:DEV.TEAM. It’s a shmup...
Taste the Rainbow
It’s taken six years for us to finally get our hands on the sequel to Rainbow Moon and thankfully the wait has been very much worth it. Rainbow Skies is bigger and better than its predecessor in pretty much every way. There's a much stronger narrative this time round and you can tell that a lot more effort has been poured into...
Look to the skies
Bloody hell, that took a while didn't it? Rainbow Skies -- sequel to much loved PlayStation 3, Vita, and PlayStation 4 title Rainbow Moon -- finally has a release date. We first heard about Rainbow Skies all the way back in 2013. Back then, it was set to launch on PS3 and Vita in 2014. Crazy. Ever since, the game's been in and out...
It's got a new trailer, too
It feels like Rainbow Skies has been in the works for an eternity, but it's been a long while since we had any real news regarding the title's development. Fortunately, publisher eastasiasoft has confirmed that the project is progressing well, and it's set to release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita...
Pleasant-looking little action role-playing title Reverie will be arriving on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in 2018, developer eastasiasoft has announced. Taking clear inspiration from both The Legend of Zelda and Earthbound, you'll traverse various dungeons and whack weird monsters. Has Reverie caught your eye? Find adventure in the...
Lost Sea is a top down indie roguelike with a unique visual style and retro sensibilities. Clearly, there is a danger for it to get lost in a sea of superior competitors. We'll be the first to admit that that joke was pretty obvious. But just because a joke is obvious, doesn't mean it isn't true. The title sees you playing as an...
10 codes to give away
What waits at the end of a rainbow's arc? Not a pot of gold, but a copy of Rainbow Moon for the PlayStation 4. We've got 10 copies of Eastasiasoft's popular RPG port to giveaway, and you could be in with a chance of winning one. This competition's open to everyone, as we have plenty of European and North American codes to go...
Over the moon
It's easy to be fooled by Rainbow Moon's light-hearted visuals; you'd be forgiven for thinking that the title bares more resemblance to some free-to-play mobile fancy, for example, than it does an 80 hour fantasy epic. However, underneath its fun-loving exterior, SideQuest Studios' popular adventure is just that and more. There's a...
The treasures at the end of the rainbow
It seems like an eternity since we heard about Rainbow Skies - the sequel to PlayStation 3 and Vita role-playing game Rainbow Moon. It's been so long, in fact, that the developer behind it has now decided to bring the release to the PlayStation 4 next year, and it'll apparently boast cross-save functionality...
The solo questing experience of the JRPG-inspired Rainbow Moon managed to steal our hearts when it launched on the PlayStation Vita a few years back. And to this day it's still able to enthral those late to the party, following its addition to this month's PlayStation Plus lineup. Of course, if you've already seen everything that...
Richer than a pot of gold
Lore has it that leprechauns leave pots of gold at the end of a rainbow. Seeking out the end of the colourful arch will bestow vast riches upon the adventurer – the reward for a dangerous and long journey, where the goal is often hidden from sight. Similar treasures can be uncovered in the PlayStation Vita port of Rainbow...
By popular demand
After months of lobbying from rabid fans, Eastasiasoft has announced that its excellent SRPG Rainbow Moon is heading to the PlayStation Vita. The studio was apparently inundated with requests to port the title following the successful release of the PS3 game, giving the developer the incentive it needed to commit to the handheld...
Loot is utterly worthless if it doesn’t have an impact upon your character’s appearance, but thankfully SideQuest Studios’ upcoming Rainbow Moon has that covered. The developer has released a brand new behind-the-scenes video outlining the game’s in-depth item and crafting systems. It all looks rather meaty, doesn’t it? The game...
There’s a delightfully retro flavour to this Rainbow Moon launch trailer. Everything from the harsh arpeggiated lead melodies right through to the lashings of reverb applied to the announcer’s vocal samples help to sell the throwback feel. The game itself looks excellent too. You’ll be able to get your hands on the old-school...
One small step for PSN
Following our previous Rainbow Moon update, there’s been much anticipation for a US release date. Thankfully, we can finally confirm that the strategy RPG will touch down in North America on 10th July. It’ll set you back a tempting $14.99. Are you planning on taking a trip to the colourful rock?
Over the moon
SideQuest Studios’ hearty-looking PSN strategy RPG Rainbow Moon is set to talk tactics on 4th July in Europe, publisher Eastasiasoft has announced. The game will set you back £9.99, with a North American release scheduled soon after. If the promise of a 40-hour downloadable adventure wasn’t enough to get your blood pumping,...
Blast from the past
SideQuest Studios has finally attached a rough release window to Rainbow Moon, its upcoming PSN exclusive strategy RPG. The title is set to launch on Sony’s digital storefront in just a “few weeks”, with more details set to be revealed in the coming days. The game is heavily inspired by turn based strategy RPGs of old, and...
SideQuest Studios -- the developers of the rage inducing Soldner-X series on PlayStation Network -- are hard at work on a new title for Sony's digital platform
According to publisher eastasiasoft, Rainbow Moon is an isometric strategy RPG in a fantasy setting. The game's official website showcases a colourful hand-drawn style, and reveals that...
Eastasiasoft's confirmed that they'll be releasing DLC for their PSN shooter, Soldner-X 2, later in the year
The DLC, which is entitled "The Last Chapter", will add three additional stages to the game, aswell as a new ending, some music and trophies.
EastAsia's finally locked Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype in for release exclusively on Playstation Network this May
Like its predecessor, the game's all about dodging bullets and shooting down space-ships. Seriously, it doesn't look any easier than its prequel either. In fact, EastAsia's confirmed the existence of a new "Challenge" mode for...
Eastasiasoft's retro PSN exclusive Soldner-X: Himmelssturmer was as hard to play as its name is to pronounce
Game was bonkers challenging. Thankfully, those of you with a glutton for punishment are due some more this winter when Soldner-X2: Final Prototype launches. And yes, it includes pretty explosions and lots of bullets. More through here.
Remember Soldner-X Himmelssturmer? The PSN shoot 'em up that had classical values and required nerves of steel
Well, it's getting a sequel in the form of Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype. We're going to put out necks on the line and predict that the sequel will involve shooting.We received an amazing feedback upon the launch of Söldner-X:...
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