Developer SideQest Studios has announced its forthcoming RPG Rainbow Moon is coming to the PSN in July.

Both SideQuest Studio and eastasiasoft (responsible for Söldner-X 2) have been working on the title.

It’s a story-filled single player turn-based affair with an isometric art style complete with Platinum trophy support estimated take around 40 hours to complete.

Even after the lengthy title is finished there’s plans for both free and paid-for DLC to add to the game.

The full update on the game’s official website reads as follows:

Those of you that are eagerly following us on Facebook and Twitter (@eastasiasoft) already know that Rainbow Moon will be available on PlayStation Store this July.

Today we are really excited to announce more release details, including release dates and prices. We also have 45 new screenshots to show you as well as information on a variety of additional content packages that will be available during the first month of release.

First and foremost, this is when you can get your hands on Rainbow Moon. Get out your bold pen, mark it down on your calendar and postpone your summer holidays if necessary:




SCEE: Europe, Australia, New Zealand, etc.

July 4, 2012

€12.99 / £9.99 / AU$ 19.95

SCEA: USA, Canada, etc.

July 2012*

US$ 14.99

SCE Asia: Southeast Asia

July 2012*

US$ 14.99 equivalent

* Exact dates to be confirmed.

Also available during the first month of the game's launch will be a variety of more than 20 free and premium additional content packages, including character-boosting items such as Rainbow Coin and Rainbow Pearl Sets, Starter Packs and Amulet Sets. The Rainbow Moon Store can be accessed directly from within the game.

All DLC purchases are 100% optional and non-consumable items. You can of course play through the game just fine without any boosters, if you wish to do so. You can also re-use all add-ons as often as you like whenever starting a new game.

Last but not least, we have updated our media pages with another 45 brand new screenshots (final game batch #2), based on the final release build.

We'll have more news, including confirmed North American and Southeast Asian release dates as well as new video footage in the coming days. So watch this space for more updates.

Have a look at the trailer if you’re into moving images: