Moon Chronicles is an episodic FPS remake for Nintendo 3DS

Renegade Kid has announced that its DS first-person shooter Moon will be coming to the 3DS, as the episodic "Moon Chronicles." The first episode will hit this spring, followed by the rest of the game in three episodes. The full set will cost $15.

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The DS first-person shooter Moon will be re-released on Nintendo 3DS this spring, Renegade Kid has announced. Instead of being sold all at once, though, it will be split into four distinct episodes and renamed "Moon Chronicles."

Polygon reports that the first episode, titled "One Small Step," will cost $8.99 and release in March or April. That episode will include chapters 1-4 of the game, along with six training missions. Three more episodes will be available for $1.99 apiece, making it cost about $15 for the set. Episode 2 will feature chapters 5-8, episode 3 will have chapters 9-12, and episode 4 will conclude with chapters 13-16.

The revamped Moon Chronicles will run at 60 frames per second, include stereoscopic 3D, or fullscreen anti-aliasing with the 3D is switched off. The weapons, environments, and enemies are also getting more detailed models.

Renegade Kid gave word last year it had hoped to make a sequel to the DS original. With this re-release, the studio may be laying the groundwork for a full-fledged follow-up.

Here's what the game looked like on the original DS:

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    January 24, 2014 12:30 PM

    Steve Watts posted a new article, Moon Chronicles is an episodic FPS remake for Nintendo 3DS.

    Renegade Kid has announced that its DS first-person shooter Moon will be coming to the 3DS, as the episodic "Moon Chronicles." The first episode will hit this spring, followed by the rest of the game in three episodes. The full set will cost $15.

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      January 25, 2014 6:03 AM

      Looks fun. Is that a screenshot above of the remake or artwork?

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      January 25, 2014 10:33 PM

      Wow, that video actually looks surprisingly good considering it's running on a DS!