news\ Nov 1, 2013 at 7:30 pm

Rainbow Moon strategy game getting Vita version, bug fixes, and cross-save support

Rainbow Moon

Rainbow Moon, a strategy role-playing game that debuted on the PlayStation Network last year, is getting a PlayStation Vita version — and a long overdue game update. It will be available for download on Dec. 3 and as a patch for the PlayStation 3 next month.

"Something that was really important to us from the beginning was using our own engine to ensure a solid 60 FPS, and a robust game with little to no loading times," wrote developer SideQuest Studios' CEO Marcus Pukropski on the PlayStation Blog.

The new version boasts "more than 30 new features," bug fixes, and cross-save support — so you can continue your progress on either system. "This also applies to existing Rainbow Moon saves, so you don’t have to worry about losing any progress!" wrote Pukropski.

"Additionally, XP counters in the victory screen can now be skipped, items can be used directly from the quest vendor, and left-stick control has been improved, reducing the chance of walking in unintended directions while in battle mode," he wrote.

SideQuest Studios is developing an indirect sequel called Rainbow Skies for release on both PS3 and Vita in 2014.

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