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Rodeo the Sky Soldier 


I am so very thankful that Family Friendly Gaming rented Rodeo the Sky Soldier on the Nintendo 3DS. I was bubbling over in my excitement over getting to play Rodeo the Sky Soldier on the 3DS. Then I started playing it, and realized this is one really crummy video game. Calling it artistic and naming the names behind the idea for the game does not help how much of a stinker this game is.

Our character is a robot. He can jump, and then fly through the air. Well for a limited time anyways. He has a bar that decreases the longer we are floating in the air. Players need to get really close to enemies before launching into an attack. Why? It does not go far for one. For two it uses up that bar even more. Landing on the ground replenishes the bar. Make sure you attack all of the bells you find since they are continuation points.

Rodeo the Sky Soldier is hard. Part of the problem is the clunky controls. The next part of the problem is the headache inducing camera. Rodeo the Sky Soldier was originally released on the Wii. That means you can expect Playstation 2 like graphics. In other words two generations back. The small screen does not enhance these retro graphics on a brand new current gaming system.

Rodeo the Sky Soldier has even more marks against it. There is bad language, attire issues, enticement to lust, violence, and some really strange relationships. Rodeo the Sky Soldier is a rental at best. To be completely open and transparent I see no reason to ever purchase Rodeo the Sky Soldier on the Nintendo 3DS or the Wii U. I still feel dizzy from the bad graphics and horrible camera.

The tutorial in Rodeo the Sky Soldier is extremely important. If you miss how to do a thing or two, then Rodeo the Sky Soldier becomes totally unplayable. You will just die over and over again without the right tools to progress. The game play in Rodeo the Sky Soldier is boring. The story line is interesting to a point. I have read plenty of books that use the same story line.


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay: 60%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Wii U/Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: NIS America
Kadokawa Games
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence, Mild Language}

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