Rainbow Skies: Out in 2014 for PlayStation 3, Vita

Saturday, August 3rd, 2013

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The new turn-based indie RPG from SideQuest Studios, Rainbow Skies, will be out in 2014, and it will be exclusive to the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. The game is an “indirect sequel” to last year’s Rainbow Moon.

A recent PlayStation.Blog post by SideQuest Studios’ CEO Marcus Pukropski revealed some interesting details about the game and its development over the past year. First, Rainbow Skies has a story that is independent of the first game, with new characters and monsters. The game also takes place in a whole new world that is actually two parallel worlds.

It will also have a bunch of new features, such as monster taming, combo attacks, a dialog and emoticon system, treasure hunt quests, improved side-quests and some all-new mini-games, just to name a few. Despite all the new features, the game will also stay true to its roots. It will still have the familiar features of turn-based battles and free-world exploration. The game will also have cross-play functionality between the PS3 and Vita.

Here are some images from the game:

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If you’re interested, you can check out the Rainbow Skies official website. Be sure to let us know if you’re looking forward to Rainbow Skies, or tell us what you thought of Rainbow Moon, by leaving a comment below.

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About Eric Chetkauskas

Eric has been playing video games for longer than he can remember. His interests skew toward retro games with an emphasis on Japanese RPGs like Chrono Trigger and the Dragon Quest series.