Rainbow Moon is a PSN-exclusive strategy RPG that packs plenty of play time into its small package. Is it worth the time investment? Read our review to find out more!
It’s tempting to jump right into Moon’s technical achievements and all-around impressive attempt at creating a handheld FPS, but let’s begin with a broader appraisal of what developer Renegade Kid has accomplished. For the most part, this is what inspires publishers looking to release a game on the DS:
The game industry might have slowed things down during these dark early days of 2009, but never fear – TalkRadar continues to lumber ahead at its usual drunken pace. This week, we’ve managed to enrage the internet twice, and we discuss the drama along with our latest coverage of Killzone 2, this week’s Top 7 and one of the few good games to actually release this month.
With nothing on the radar for several months, we're a bit concerned about the state of DS gaming. Sure there are lots of casual thingies popping out over the summer but, other than Final Fantasy sequels, what's a DS gamer to do past August? Well, our money's on Moon, the follow-up FPS to last year's impressive Dementium. Will it be a success? No telling just yet, but developer Renegade Kid has proven its technical ability so we're