New Rodea the Sky Soldier Wii Gameplay Footage

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

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Rodea and the Sky Soldier Firebird

NIS America uploaded new footage for the Wii version of Rodea the Sky Soldier, which comes with the first print copies of the Wii U version for both North America and Europe. You can check out the video for all the gameplay features down below.

Rodea the Sky Soldier will launch for the Wii U and 3DS on November 10 in North America and November 13 in Europe of this year.

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  • Laurence J. Nguyen

    I cannot believe that this will be the final game released for the Wii. I don’t know if the Wi Shop Channel will be discontinued with the discontinuation of the Nintendo Wii but who knows? It could happen. Anyway, the only way to own the Wii version of Rodea is to buy The Launch Day Edition of Rodea on Wii U? Gee Whiz, I don’t know. It is very tempting. After that, no more Launch Day Edition of Wii U version means no more Wii Version of Rodea. It’s really sad just thinking about it. 🙁

    No matter what system the game is on, it’s still the same video game, no really. At least there are options (Wii, Wii U, and/or 3DS) and I can appreciate that. How well this game will perform both salewise and critically remains to be seen. I really should consider taking a look at other games from both NIS America, Atlus, Spike Chunsoft, Aksys Games, etc., while I’m at it.