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Liz Maas
Earth Seeker Gallery Update
And some awkward commercials!
03.11.11 - 2:34 PM

After a black hole threatened the Earth, humans escaped on large ships, one of which crashes into another planet, killing all its passengers. A thousand years after the crash, Crafts & Meister's Nintendo Wii RPG Earth Seeker's story begins.

That same ship's computer was programmed to terraform a planet (make it Earthlike) as well as recreating historical artifacts from Earth suck as Greek statues and paintings from the likes of Michelangelo. This computer malfunctioned during the crash, generating monsters on this new planet. The computer also created the protagonist whom you'll control as you hunt down these monsters. Earth Seeker's battles are in real-time, but time can be stopped when you input commands. The main character can also enlist the help of some creatures called Guardians, who can unleash powerful magic attacks.

To promote next month's Japanese release, publisher Kadokawa Games has come up with some interesting and wacky commercials and TV spots. Check them out below:

We've also added a ton of screens and artwork to our gallery below worth looking at. Earth Seeker will be released on April 7th in Japan, and has yet to be announced for North America.


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