My favorite video game genre? Probably strategy-RPG. I loved the Front Mission series, the Disgaea series, and of course, Final Fantasy Tactics. Now it looks like we're getting another cool look strategy-RPG in Rainbow Moon, which will launch exclusively on the PlayStation Network.
The official PlayStation Blog posted up this new trailer:
Here's a couple of cool details on the game:
There are over 120 special skills of different types you can use throughout your journey. These range from powerful attacks, to support such as healing and other unique skills such as casting light or analyzing enemies. Some skills can be learned by only one of your characters, while others are suitable for multiple characters.
In Rainbow Moon you will encounter around 100 different enemies from 17 classes, each with its own characteristics. Besides attacking you with standard and special attacks, enemies can do a lot more, including casting support skills, focusing their attacks on certain characters, splitting, merging, self-destructing, fleeing, and a few more we will leave for you to discover for yourself.
Looks good, doesn't it? Currently, there's no official released date. Marcus Pukropski, CEO of SideQuest Studios (the development team to Rainbow Moon), says it shouldn't cost more than $15, though there isn't any official price either.
The game will also have up to 50 PlayStation Network Trophies to collect.
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