Eastasiasoft held a new upcoming game showcase presentation. The publisher revealed dates for Sea Horizon, Chaos Galaxy, and Sword and Fairy Inn 2’s upcoming launches on new platforms.
Tagged: Rainbow Skies
Eastasiasoft’s latest showcase included a couple of RPG announcements. The publisher is bringing tactical RPG Rainbow Skies to Switch and adventure RPG Reverie: Sweet As Edition to multiple platforms.
Chris gets review bombed outta existence, after Pascal gleefully mocks the list of games that Chris still didn’t play. Anna Marie insists genital monsters yes, f-bombs no. Kelley thinks Anna Marie should get out of the pocket of Big Farming. We’re all pretty tired from vaccine side effects, please bear with us.
It’s just the core trio this week, as Chris tosses a coin to his hunting horn partner Kelley, and Anna Marie rolls her eyes as Chris cracks terrible jokes about what the Vita really means. We all consider MiHoYo’s bottom line, as well as whether we’re classified as normies.
Contrary to common belief, in Rainbow Skies characters fight much better immediately after devouring huge helpings of food. This is just one of many interesting things that will be experienced in the world of Lunah.
Five years and an entire PlayStation later, Rainbow Skies has made its way to all the surviving PlayStation platforms. Since that’s a long time, SideQuest Studios has put together a lengthy demonstration of what the game has to offer.
RPGamer was able to talk with the CEO of SideQuest Studios, Marcus Pukropski, about the upcoming RPG Rainbow Skies. This follow up to 2012’s tactical RPG Rainbow Moon is releasing in just a few days on June 26
Five years after its initial announcement, tactical RPG Rainbow Skies is nearly ready for release. The game hits a trio of PlayStation platforms next month.