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04.10.05 - 9:07 PM

Depending on your definition of what makes a MMORPG, Chunsoft's Homeland may very well fill a void in Gamecube owner's lives. Containing two games in one, Homeland features a main single player adventure as well as a multiplayer adventure which allows a single Gamecube owner to act as a "Game Master" controlling what events happen in the world. The Game Master can then have a number of friends connect to his system over the internet and once connected the Game Master can view other player's adventures to set up obstacles, clear away any trouble he wishes and so forth. We have 139 screenshots showing off the Animal Crossing-esque graphics, 17 pieces of artwork and just for fun, 2 shots of someone installing the Gamecube broadband modem.

Homeland will be available in Japan on April 29 for the Gamecube. A North American release date has yet to be announced.


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