Compared to Rainbow Moon, Rainbow Skies will have an increased emphasis on storytelling, writing, character backgrounds, and acting so players can expect a more interesting and well-crafted plot that features many twists and turns along the way. The complex background story consists of multiple, interwoven narratives, told with easy-to-read dialogue that’s entertaining and, in the case of certain characters, extremely funny.
Along with enlisting the help of a dedicated story and script writer, the original monolog system from Rainbow Moon has been replaced by a more complex dialog system. Up to four characters can speak simultaneously which leads to much more lively conversations. Numerous new animations, emoticons and conversation specific icons help convey the feelings and moods that the heroes undergo during their journey.
Rainbow Skies will be released for PS Vita, PS3 and PS4 in the second half of 2016 with cross-save support.
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