Gods vs. Humans Hits WiiWare

By Adam Riley 30.09.2010

Gods vs. Humans Hits WiiWare on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

Publisher Zallag has confirmed that Gods vs. Humans will land in Europe on 1st October for the WiiWare download service.  The strategy game has you embody major Gods from the most fabulous mythologies: Scandinavian, Egyptian, Greco-Roman and Japanese. As a god, you have enough power to rule the humans; except for the cheeky ones.

Some of the people want to enter your domain and they have decided to build a tower to confront you. Use your divine powers to bring down the building and show who is the boss, but be careful not to hurt them in the process, though, since you need people to believe in you and your strength depends on their faith. Players can unlock powers depending on the capacity of their power gauge, which is automatically recharged by the respect gauge (similar to a barometer of the human mood).  These two elements are essential to take up the challenge of Gods vs Humans.

For the price of 1,500 Nintendo Points players get over sixty levels for the solo campaign; sixteen playable gods (Jupiter, Amaterasu, Odin, Osiris, Thor, Susanoo, Neptune, Râ...); four different mythologies to discover; four hysterical Bosses to defeat during the campaign mode where it is not about attacking the tower anymore but aiming directly at the Humans’ King; sixteen additional challenges for the experienced players; and a two-player special mode in split screen.

Box art for Gods vs. Humans
Developer

Artefacts

Publisher

Zallag

Genre

Strategy

Players

2

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European release date Out now   North America release date Out now   Japan release date None   Australian release date Out now   

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