The lights are on
Rainbow Moon, the downloadable PlayStation 3 tactics title, is making its way to the Vita.
The Vita version ups the game to 60 fps, and cuts down on loading times. Developer SideQuest Studios also added 30 new features, improvements, and bug fixes, and the ability to share your save between the PS3 and Vita versions of the game. The features, improvements, and and bug fixes will also come to the PlayStation 3 game at some point in the future.
Rainbow Moon comes to Vita on December 3.
We called the game, "a long, mostly enjoyable grind for tactics fans," in our review of the PlayStation 3 version of the game.
[Source: PlayStation Blog]
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It's hard to complain about upping the fps; I wonder if they're enough improvements to noticeably improve the game.
It was fun but fell into the dullness trap that srpgs get at times. Also, the harder difficulties practically necessitated buying optional gold and pearls (with real money) to properly level up for the challenge. Overall a pretty solid title that I may transfer to my Vita down the road.
Yay! More strategy RPG love. I really hope devs start taking advantage of the Vita and bring back genres that have disappeared from the consoles in the last few years. I love my 3DS as well but the Vita needs some more hardcore gaming love. <3