Rainbow Moon is an RPG video game for Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3), set for release in Q4 2011. The game is developed by SideQuest Studios and published by EastAsiaSoft.

In the game, cursed by his long-time enemy, Baldren founds himself warped to Rainbow Moon. And to make things worse, Baldren isn't only stranded in an unknown place – he has also opened a dimensional gate, out of which troops of monsters are crawling, turning this once peaceful planet into a real hell.

The residents of Rainbow Moon who have found themselves in this sudden and unpleasant situation react suspiciously and even nastily, which certainly doesn't make things any easier for our brave hero. There's only one thing for Baldren to do: he has to seal the gate and warp himself back to his home planet. This is easier said than done, since the gate can only be sealed by a dimensional gate staff and no such object is available anywhere on Rainbow Moon. However Baldren knows that he can create one if he finds the right materials. He needs seven magical artifacts, said to be hidden deep inside Rainbow Moon's dungeons. 

And this is where our quest begins...

Rainbow Moon game features:

•Complex story mode with about 25 hours of gameplay, extended to more than 100 hours when including all side quests, missions and full character development.

•Isometric open world to explore with more than 15 different terrains, such as mountains, snow, desert, grassland, savanna, mud and others.

•Sophisticated grid turn-based combat system, featuring a large range of combat and skill commands as well as special attacks and effects.

•Unique action and puzzle elements in a variety of over 20 challenging dungeons and 50 quests.

•Six playable main characters with upgradable weapons, armors and accessories, allowing hundreds of gear combinations.

•Detailed online stats tracking each gamer's progress.

•Technically perfected game engine, constantly running smoothly at 60 fps with close to no loading times.

•Thirty dedicated background music tracks.

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