01. Mar, 2012 15:24 (HKT)
Over the Rainbow Moon: Rainbow Moon Melodies by Rafael Dyll available at Play-Asia.com for pre-ordering!
When the big bad guy transports Baldren to Rainbow Moon, he opens up a gate between the two dimensions. It didn't take long before an influx of monsters rush through, tearing up the tranquillity of normal life. To solve the world's problem, the reluctant hero sets off to collect materials to create a Dimensional Gate Staff to seal the portal.
So cue the dungeons, the battles, the excitement and the magic. Rafael Dyll, the music composer is back to collaborate with the studio.
He composes ethereal and beautiful piano music to bring out the mood, uses the synthesizer and drums for the adrenaline pumping battle themes. The 33 audio tracks span a wide range of genres, from the digital to the classical. Every piece of music is adapted and re-mastered for the soundtrack release.
It's expected to arrive in Q2 2012, and gamers who already know the composer's style and quality can place their pre-orders via Play-Asia.com:
|Rainbow Moon Melodies (~Rafael Dyll)||HK||N/A|
Here are more soundtracks by Rafael Dyll. If you purchase the digital version, you can get it in a blink of an eye:
|Söldner-X 2: Final Soundtrack (~Rafael Dyll)||US||US$ 3.99|
|Söldner-X: Himmelsstürmer Original Soundtrack Complete Edition (~Rafael Dyll)||US||US$ 1.99|
|Söldner-X: Himmelsstürmer Original Soundtrack Complete Edition (~Rafael Dyll)||US||US$ 4.99|
After hearing about the music, let's take a look at the screen shots to get a better view of the Rainbow Moon world:
The game is expected become available on the PlayStation3 Network Stores. So come grab a Prepaid Network Card to get access to it as soon as it comes out:
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