Rodea the Sky Soldier [ 3DS CIA ]

Rodea the Sky Soldier

Rodea the Sky Soldier

Rodea the Sky Soldier

A fantasy adventure game from Yuji Naka, one of the masterminds behind Sonic the Hedgehog and Nights Into Dreams. Rodea the Sky Soldier has had a pretty turbulent launch. The original concept for the game was conceived way back in 2010 by Yuji Naka, lead programmer and eventually producer on many Sonic the Hedgehog titles. The next year it was reported that the game was finished and ready to be published for the Wii, yet it never came. Four years later and here we are with new versions of the game, pushed forwards from its original Wii release to Wii U and 3DS with a new control scheme put in place. So was it worth the wait?

Rodea the Sky Soldier

Chapters of the game take place in various, similarly laid out locations made up of floating bits of land in the sky. Rodea the Sky Soldier has to fly between these areas, defeating enemies and collecting items and medals. Ultimately you’ll always be heading towards a rainbow pillar a beam of light shooting up into the sky which will take you on to the next area, but before you reach these you have the option of exploring your surroundings. The areas are quite ‘open world’ in this respect; often by steering off course for a while and heading in a different direction you’ll find some items that you would never have seen if you headed straight for the goal. Optional exploration is always welcome in our minds, but it feels like this could have been done slightly better. The areas themselves are quite large often with quite long distances between pieces of land but there isn’t really an awful lot of stuff filling the gaps. The majority of your view is just endless open sky with a minimal amount of items, enemies or things to interact with. Controlling Rodea is quite a challenge in itself. At first getting to grips with how he flies and attacks, and especially combining the two, can be tricky. As time progresses you’ll start to feel more comfortable pulling off perfect attack combos starts to feel really satisfying after the initial confusion. The way in which Rodea flies is pretty odd. Rather than simply flying in whichever direction you want to go, you have to hover your cursor (controlled by the Circle Pad on your 3DS) over an item, an enemy or a piece of scenery in the distance and press ‘A’. Rodea will then start heading towards the object you have chosen until you either reach it, or select a different destination with your cursor.


Release Date : November 10, 2015
Publisher : NIS
Developer : Kadokawa Games
Region : USA | FREE
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RAR File Size : 1.08GB




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