Gamers never like to hear that a game they have been waiting for has been postponed. Sometimes, these delays are for the best, allowing us to have a better game in the end. According to SideQuest Studios, the delay of Rainbow Moon will result in a better balanced, higher quality RPG game. With an estimated play-time of 30 to 100 hours, it’s important to get it right. Here is part of the official announcement followed by a ton of new screenshots.
Hong Kong-based publisher of interactive entertainment, and developer SideQuest Studios today announced that their upcoming strategy RPG Rainbow Moon for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system has been postponed until the first quarter of 2012.
“Quality is always what matters most to us,” said Marcus Pukropski, CEO of SideQuest Studios. “To deliver the best possible experience and a well-balanced product to gamers around the world, sufficient development time is crucial. With a story mode that lasts more than 30 hours, extendable to over 100 hours, Rainbow Moon will be one of the biggest games available on the PlayStation®Network.”