Kadokawa Games have given us some more information on their latest project, Rodea: the Sky Soldier. The game was originally announced back in 2010 for the original Wii but has since made the transfer to Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Here’s some new details regarding the game and you can watch the trailer, above.
- Takumi Miyajima created the world and story
- Scenario is from Yoichi Kato of Yo-kai Watch
- Rodea has lost his memory at the beginning of the game
- Story revolves around the idea that he slowly regains it
- Ion will act as a support heroine
- Huge boss battles, with bosses comparable in size to the Tokyo Tower
- Both versions use two screens
- 3DS version will make use of stereoscopic 3D
- Explore the world and gather rare items
- Customization for Rodea in the Wii U and 3DS versions
- Original Wii game is included in the Wii U release
- Wii version doesn’t have customization elements
- Wii U and 3DS game is a “sky adventure”
- Original Wii project is “flying action”
- Wii version is “pure action” while Wii U has added “growth” elements
In his latest Miiverse post, Super Smash Bros. series director Masahiro Sakurai acknowledges the European launch of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, which is now available in the region in stores and on the Nintendo eShop for Wii U. Sakurai also talks about the Wii U-exclusive Wrecking Crew stage, where walls are destroyed when bombs explode. Additionally, when there are only two panels or less holding up a floor, the floor will crash down, making the stage change constantly. Sakurai warns that you might get stuck inside a metal barrel that falls from above, after which other players can attack you until you get yourself out.
Miraculously it seems as though the Samus Aran Amiibo figure is capable of opening the Moscow Metro gates. We’ve got video footage of the gates being opened by simply placing the NFC figure in front of the reader. It’s got to be the cheapest way to ride a train over in Russia.
Thanks, Kill Bill
NeoGAF forums members are reporting that they’ve received emails from Amazon UK and ShopTo informing them that the Nintendo GameCube Controller Super Smash Bros Edition is being delayed until sometime next week. It appears as though it’s just the controller, not the actual game, that’s the issue. Sounds like Nintendo UK didn’t correctly estimate demand for the controller.
The creative folks over at GB Posters Blog have created a lovely infographic giving us a glimpse at the Super Smash Bros franchise through the years. The infographic shows how various Nintendo and third-party characters have evolved through the years.
Get it while you can people! Walmart Canada currently has the incredibly hard to find GameCube adapters for the Wii U in stock. As you would imagine the product is extremely hard to acquire at the moment. You can buy the GameCube adapter for $25, so be quick.
Nintendo has released a new update for Hyrule Warriors, version 1.4.0, which increases the maximum warrior level to 150 and allows players to carry up to 999 of a single type of material. The latest patch also adds new mixtures to the Apothecary and new medals. In addition, users can now receive amiibo presents by touching an amiibo to the Wii U GamePad while on the title screen to get a random bonus. An amiibo can grant only one present a day, and up to five presents can be obtained by using five different amiibo.
The Twilight Princess pack has also been released, making it possible to play as Midna in her true form and use the Mirror of Twilight. Priced at $7.99, the DLC pack allows players to use the Copy Rod weapon when playing as Zelda. It also introduces a new Adventure Mode map and new costumes for Link and Zelda. Hyrule Warriors is available in stores and on the Nintendo eShop for Wii U.