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Rodea the Sky Soldier - Wii U/Wii - NISA European Store - £17.99 (plus £2.49 delivery)
Rodea the Sky Soldier - Wii U/Wii - NISA European Store - £17.99 (plus £2.49 delivery)

Rodea the Sky Soldier - Wii U/Wii - NISA European Store - £17.99 (plus £2.49 delivery)

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Here is the Wii U/Wii version of Rodea the Sky Soldier. I can't see it for less than £27 anywhere else (although, as ever, happy to be proved wrong). This does include the Wii version which the game designer said was the superior version.

The price is £17.99 but you have to pay £2.49 for delivery from NIS Europe - which always makes these prices less appealing but still a decent price for this game.

Game Information:

1,000 years ago, Emperor Geardo of the Naga Empire sent an army of machine soldiers to invade the sky kingdom of Garuda. Thanks to the efforts of Princess Cecilia and Rodea, a machine soldier who promised to protect Garuda, Emperor Geardo’s assault was thwarted.

In present day, a spirited inventor named Ion discovers an abandoned robot that has fallen into disrepair in the heart of a scorching desert. Upon completing her repairs, the robot stirs to life and reveals itself to be none other than Rodea. Stunned to find himself in the future, Rodea learns that the Naga Empire is no more and that Garuda has known peace for 1,000 years.

But this peace was not meant to last, for the forces of Naga have returned to wage war against Garuda. Remembering the promise he made 1,000 years ago, Rodea takes to the skies to defend Garuda from the Naga Empire once again.

Game Details

Platform: WiiU + Wii

Genre: Flying Action

Player(s): Single (Multi with the exclusive Wii version)

Publisher: NIS America, Inc.

Developer: Kadokawa Games / PROPE

Release Date: 13th November 2015

PEGI Rating: 7

Language Audio: English & Japanese

Language Text: English

Region: PAL

14 Comments

Surprised the first print version is still in stock. Either NISA over-printed, or the game didn't sell all too well.

The game unfortunately is crap. The Wii version surprisingly is better than the Wii U version. I'd only be interested in buying the Collector's Edition for exactly that, collecting. But it's way too expensive. I'd avoid this game.

prankster101

Surprised the first print version is still in stock. Either NISA … Surprised the first print version is still in stock. Either NISA over-printed, or the game didn't sell all too well.



It's not in stock.

Sure this includes the Wii version?

Original Poster

Humphries90

Sure this includes the Wii version?


This is from the website listing:

Game Details

Platform: WiiU + Wii
Player(s): Single (Multi with the exclusive Wii version)

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PS3??

Just buy Nights on Steam for chips. This game is bad, not worth the money.

Mccy_McFlinn

This is from the website listing:Game DetailsPlatform: WiiU + … This is from the website listing:Game DetailsPlatform: WiiU + WiiPlayer(s): Single (Multi with the exclusive Wii version)


Also deal of the week mentions 'Also comes packaged with the previously unreleased Wii version of the game!'

store.nisaeurope.com/blo…wii

skykid3

PS3??



Fixed TY

Banned

Wii U version is crap so just get it for the Wii disc (the intended way to play Rodea). Got two copies already so no need for a third one.

Is the Wii version any good? I can only really find reviews for the Wii U and 3DS versions (unsurprisingly ported by other dev teams)

Original Poster

King_Tetiro

Is the Wii version any good? I can only really find reviews for the Wii U … Is the Wii version any good? I can only really find reviews for the Wii U and 3DS versions (unsurprisingly ported by other dev teams)



The Wii version is much improved over the Wii U version but whether it's a good game or not if tough to say. I wouldn't wholeheartedly recommend the game to anyone as it has many flaws but it is still a fun game if you appreciate games like Nights. I'd suggest that £20.50 may be too much for a game that you're not sure of (unless you're a collector and/or have plenty of money and time on your hands).

Basically, the Wii version isn't a great game but, in my opinion, is quite good fun. How much mileage you get out of such an opinion rests entirely on what your gaming lifestyle is right now.

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King_Tetiro

Is the Wii version any good? I can only really find reviews for the Wii U … Is the Wii version any good? I can only really find reviews for the Wii U and 3DS versions (unsurprisingly ported by other dev teams)


It's an on-rail shooter which is similar to the likes of NiGHT so if you like that, then you'll be into this too. The Wii U version took the game and tried to turn it into a 3D platformer with lifeless visuals.
Edited by: "Spasho" 4th Oct 2016

Mccy_McFlinn

The Wii version is much improved over the Wii U version but whether it's … The Wii version is much improved over the Wii U version but whether it's a good game or not if tough to say. I wouldn't wholeheartedly recommend the game to anyone as it has many flaws but it is still a fun game if you appreciate games like Nights. I'd suggest that £20.50 may be too much for a game that you're not sure of (unless you're a collector and/or have plenty of money and time on your hands).Basically, the Wii version isn't a great game but, in my opinion, is quite good fun. How much mileage you get out of such an opinion rests entirely on what your gaming lifestyle is right now.



That's a reasonable and balanced opinion! Unusual for hukd People will not understand that on here lol
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