GRUK: "Think of the RPGs of the 1980s. Now, think of the contemporary ones. They're almost part of two different genres, right? Gameplay has made huge steps forward, plots have become more complex, worlds are larger. In short, today's RPGs are intricate."
"Yet, when we look back, we still feel a boundless love for those titles that gladdened our afternoons in the early nineties. Rainbow Moon, although dated 2012, is a game that if it had been released two decades ago, everyone would have immediately recognized it as a RPG. A good one, to be more precise."