Rainbow Moon coming to Vita next year

Double Rainbow!

Turn-based RPG Rainbow Moon is expanding from a PS3 exclusive to the Vita sometime next year, publisher eastasiasoft has announced.

Developer SideQuest Studios' lengthy RPG was quite popular on PSN where it became the second highest-selling game on the PlayStation Store during its release month of July, according to eastasiasoft.

Our Christian Donlan quite liked Rainbow Moon. "Throw in a scrappy kind of handicraft charm, ignore a selection of little annoyances, and Rainbow Moon becomes a bit of a blast," he wrote in his review before slapping a 7/10 at the end of it.

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