Rodea the Sky Soldier, Prope’s airborne action-adventure title from 2015 that landed on the Wii, Wii U, and 3DS, will soon be delisted across Europe and North America. NIS America, who handled the Western releases, announced recently that the Wii U and 3DS eShop versions will be delisted on September 30th.
Rodea the Sky Soldier will be removed from both the NA and EU eShop on September 30th, 2020. This removal applies to both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions. If you wish to purchase this title for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, you may do so until September 29 at 23:59:59 (local time). We want to thank everyone who enjoyed and supported this title!
It’s uncertain at this time if the Japanese versions will be delisted; they were published separately by Kadokawa who hasn’t said one way or the other yet. Here’s the quick links to get the game both digitally and physically. I’ve added the date to the Watch List calendar and will have a page up on the site soon.
Digital: Nintendo 3DS (EU, JP, US) Nintendo Wii U (EU, JP, US)
Previously delisted from the Nintendo 3DS in Australia and North America earlier this summer, NIS America confirmed that Etrian Mystery Dungeon will be removed from the European eShop on September 30th. It’s still uncertain if the Japanese version will also be delisted.
“A note to our European fans: Etrian Mystery Dungeon will be removed from Nintendo eShop Europe on 30 Sept. You can still pick up this title as part of the End of Summer Sale, so make sure you get it before the sale ends on 20 Sept!”
I’ve added the date to the Watch List calendar and will update the game’s page on the site soon.
UPDATE [07/29/2020]:Spike Chunsoft confirmed on July 21st that they will be taking over publishing for the Danganronpa series. As details are being finalized it’s possible that the games will still be unavailable for a time. Thanks to Vita Paradisa for posting the news.Our original post follows.
NIS America announced this week that several of their Danganronpa releases will be removed from sale on the PlayStation Store through the end of September. The delistings come with the end of publishing terms between developer Spike Chunsoft, but it’s already assumed that Spike will re-publish the titles on their own. It could take a while for them to reappear on PlayStation but in the meantime you can grab these games on Steam and on physical media. NIS’ announcement and dates follow:
“Select Danganronpa titles on the PlayStation™Store will no longer be available for purchase from NIS America. Please refer to the dates listed below for more information on when each title will no longer be available. We want to thank all of our Ultimate Fans who have joined us for many exciting years of mysteries, deadly puzzles, and unforgettable characters. Puhuhuhu!“
I’ve added the dates to the Watch List calendar. I’m going to wait on adding each game to the site until the Fall, just to see how things shake out with possible relistings. Thanks to HandMaskTar, MBAfif, and everyone else who pointed out the news on this.