Eanan Patterson replaces Rafael Dyll as Rainbow Skies lead

Next year, SideQuest Studios and EastAsiaSoft will release the indie role-playing sequel Rainbow Skies for PlayStation 3 and Vita. It has been confirmed that Eanan Patterson, an emerging composer and talented violinist from Ireland, will principally write the soundtrack for the title.


The composer of the original game Rainbow Moon, Rafael Dyll, has confirmed on his Facebook page that he has also contributed a portion of the tracks. However, he was unable to compose the huge score on his own due to having to take a short break from the industry for personal reasons. He has also written music from three upcoming titles, including an iOS project, so stay tuned for details.

Posted on March 23, 2014 by Chris Greening. Last modified on March 23, 2014.

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