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New Homeland Details Revealed
04.06.04 - 6:15 PM

Chunsoft has opened the official website of its GameCube RPG Homeland. The title, which will feature a single and multi-player mode, will let you control a junior high school student. One day, this student and a female friend are heading for school to make preparations for the upcoming school festival, while another classmate is waiting for them in the library. Since inside the school there is still a mess, they aim to clean it up as soon as possible. As the two head for the library however, nobody is there. Since it can't be helped, the protagonist and his friend begin to clean up by themselves. When they are finally done, it is already dark outside, so they hurry home. Upon exiting the school building and trying to talk home however, the two friends find themselves in a corridor inside the school building again. The building however has changed and instead of items prepared for the school festival, the two find ghosts roaming in the hallways. Apart from the protagonist and his friend, a third playable character by the name of Luki has been revealed. The two friends will meet the sword-wielding Luki in the alternative world.

Homeland will be available in Japan in early summer.


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