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Kadokawa Games held a presentation in Japan earlier this week to show off some of its upcoming games. Unsurprisingly, Rodea: The Sky Soldier was featured at the event, and a few more details were shared.

Back when the title was first announced, Kadokawa confirmed that Takumi Miyajima (who has been involved with the Tales series) created the world and story. That hasn’t changed, and we also know that the scenario is from Yoichi Kato of Youkai Watch fame.

As previously mentioned, Rodea has lost his memory at the beginning of the game. The story revolves around the idea that he slowly regains it. Ion will act as a support heroine.

Following the re-announcement of Rodea: The Sky Soldier earlier this week, Kadokawa Games has refreshed the website for Rodea: The Sky Soldier. Access the page Access the new site here. There’s not much to see currently, but expect the site to be updated with plenty of content going forward.

Famitsu brought us the surprising news yesterday that Rodea: The Sky Soldier is still in development. That’s despite the fact that the game was announced nearly four years ago. Rodea is still coming to 3DS, but it’s now heading to Wii U (the latter version also features the original Wii game that never released).

Earlier today, Famitsu posted an official about Rodea: The Sky Soldier. Along with several fresh screenshots, there are a few new details to read up on as well. You can find all of the latest content below.

– Begins on the floating continent of Garuda
– A curious girl named Ion discovers and reactivates Rodea in the ruins of Garuda
– Rodea is the legendary “Majin” machine soldier
– Was in a 1,000 year slumber
– Rodea lost his memory and is found with his right arm completely destroyed
– All that remains of his memory is a “fierce battle from the past” and “a girl with facial features similar to Ion”
– Rodea and Ion team up to fight against the machine empire of Naga
– Naga is approaching Garuda with the aim to capture the continent’s “Gravity Energy”

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Update: Senpai Gamer has posted details, so we’ve added those in below.

– Focus on a deep and real like horse racing game with management and racing parts
– You’ll be at the ranch before and after races
– You can train your horses and the riders here
– The BGM and landscape will change always depends on the time of the day and the season of the year
– Can use the touch screen to zoom in and out and you can move between buildings
– The picture of the ranch changes as you get more buildings
– The mares can can give birth in every season between April and May
– Your first one comes from a rich and famous other ranch
– If the mares are sick they will birth weak horses
– Once the new horse is born you have to take care of the foal
– Foals born from mares are raised in foster park ranch up to 2 years old
– If the foal is strong enough you can start the training
– When the horses coming in from the paddock on the bottom screen the basic information going to appears about the actual horse
– During the race you can change the camera view and you can replay your last race
– If a foal comes from a strong mother, you can try to sell it at one year old or you can buy a strong one also

Kadokawa Games has released the first screenshots from Derby Stallion Gold, which are posted in the gallery above. You can check out the official website here.