Rainbow Moon Vita Release Date Announced

Saturday, November 2nd, 2013

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Rainbow Moon title screen

Rainbow Moon is making its way to the PlayStation Vita on December 3 in North America and December 4 in Europe. Announced over a year ago, this strategy role playing game was first released for the PlayStation 3 in July 2012. Due to player demand, a Vita port was later announced with a vague 2013 release window. Looks like they managed to finish the port just in the nick of time.

The Vita version will support Cross-Save functionality. Gamers who own Rainbow Moon on their PS3 can transfer their save files over to their Vita and vice versa. This should incentivize owners of the PS3 version to buy this version so that they can play the game on the go.

Rainbow Moon tells the tale of Baldren who got warped to another world, but he didn’t come alone. Monsters started coming into the world via dimensional gates across the land. Feeling a bit responsible, Baldren sets out to close these dimensional gates and find a way back home in the process. Check out the trailer below for more details.

If you must have it now, the PS3 version is ready and waiting to be downloaded from the PSN store. Thanks to the Cross-Save feature, you can then transfer your file over to the Vita version on December 3.


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