Rodea: The Sky Soldier was one of the games covered by Famitsu in a November issue. Looking through it again, something about the article caught our eye.
Famitsu’s article contains a chat with Yoshimi Yasuda, the president of Kadokawa Games. The magazine points out how the different versions of Rodea will finally be released after a long development period. To this, Yasuda says:
It took some time to deliver [Rodea] to everyone, but the Nintendo 3DS, Wii U and Wii versions were rebooted. I think that we can share some sort of notification of a overseas release in the near future, so overseas users please look forward to it.
Yasuda’s words certainly suggest that a localization announcement for Rodea is on the way. That’s extremely encouraging news!
Hello everyone, here’s another podcast! All of your votes have been tallied on to put together the definitive list of the top ten game soundtracks (on Nintendo platforms) from 2014. In this almost two-hour podcast you can expect to hear excerpts from all of the soundtracks that made the list with commentary from myself and those who sent in their thoughts. Thank you to everyone who helped make this feature possible and sorry about the delay.
Unlike last year’s show, it’s now available in video podcast form on Youtube (note: podcast may not contain moving images):
If you want the audio version to stick on your MP3 player or whatever, you can download it here. And if you really want to spoil yourself, the results and and a full track list (with timestamps!) can be found over the break:
The Legend of Legacy ended up selling 53,974 copies in its first week, according to Media Create. It’s now been made known that the game sold through 83 percent of its initial shipment. That made The Legend of Legacy tough to find at retail.
Retailers told Media Create that The Legend of Legacy mainly sold to fans of the SaGa series. In the past, FuRyu heavily promoted how the game was made by Square Enix staff including those who worked on SaGa.