“Anti-RPG” Moon Coming to PlayStation Consoles

After making its debut on the Nintendo Switch stateside last year, the world of Onion Games’ “anti-RPG” moon is making its way to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

Originally created by “indie developer” Love-de-Lic, Inc. in 1997, moon was designed to turn RPG tropes on its head by tasking players with saving monsters’ souls. Players will step into the shoes of this game’s brave hero, with its boy setting out to recover the world’s missing moonlight by collecting “Love” from different monsters.

Along the way, players will follow the real-time daily lives of moon’s NPCs, with a weekly day-night cycle in place. Uncovering the secrets of these characters will help players uncover even more lost “Love.”

Learn more with the trailer below:

moon is coming to PS4, PS5 and Steam!

Note that a release date for moon on these platforms has yet to be determined. You can find the title on the PlayStation Store here.

Source: Press Release
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