Solarobo, I Mean Solatorobo, Set For October

By Spencer . July 29, 2010 . 2:13pm

imageCyberConnect2’s first and so far only Nintendo DS game has a new name, Solatorobo: And Then to Coda. The game formally known as Solarobo will be in Japanese stores on October 28.


Namco Bandai is selling two Solatorobo packages. You can get the game alone for 5,040 yen ($58) or pick up a collector’s edition with an artbook and soundtrack CD for 7,140 yen ($82). Reserve either version to get a prelude disc DVD as a bonus.




Content on the disc has not been announced, but it appears to be a DVD video of some sort. CyberConnect2 have not said anything about what Solatorobo does with Nintendo Wi-Fi either even though the official site notes it as feature.


While officially unannounced, Solatorobo may be heading to the West under the name Solarobo. Recently, Australia’s Classifications Board rated it and it made a surprise appearance at France’s Japan Expo.


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  • Code

    rarr, maaan really want this, looks fun and seriously just looking at it makes me pine for the PS1 era >w<'

  • super HOT! I hope to see an english release of this and man that is one banging collector’s edition.

  • I thought that name was a mouthful, then I realized it might be better romanized as “Sola to Robo”

  • Thanks to Australia, we’re going to have the game in english. I can’t wait >_<

  • puchinri

    I really want this. I would wait for a English version, but I want the pre-order bonuses too. Maybe I can wait until later Oct. to pre-order, just in case.
    I can’t wait to play this, though.

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