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Majesco Announces Wild Earth: African Safari for the Wii

December 13, 2007, 7:56 pm PST
Total comments: 4

It's like Pokémon Snap. Except not on rails. And with rhinos.

Now Anyone Can Go on a Safari as Majesco Entertainment Announces 'Wild Earth: African Safari'

PC Simulation Comes to the Wii™ System with Exclusive New Features

EDISON, N.J.-(BUSINESS WIRE)-The vast savannas of Africa await exploration as Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, today announced Wild Earth: African Safari for the Wii™ home video game system. Developed by Super X Studios, Wild Earth: African Safari is a spectacular safari adventure set in Africa’s Serengeti National Park where players can take award-winning photos of the continent’s exotic wild life.

"Wild Earth: African Safari encompasses several great passions – photography, travel and the outdoors – and combines them into a fun and informative interactive experience," said Gui Karyo, Executive Vice President of Operations, Majesco. "With exclusive new features found only in the Wii version, Wild Earth: African Safari lets people experience one of nature’s most complex and diverse habitats, without needing their passport or inoculations."

In Wild Earth: African Safari, players assume the role of a photo-journalist on a journey to visually chronicle 30 different wild animals inhabiting the Serengeti National Park. From aggressive packs of hyenas to massive rhinos, the beautifully re-created panorama of the African veldt unfolds as players attempt to capture the shots to create informative magazine quality pictorials. But be warned; get too close to the animals or disrupt the natural landscape and the Impact Meter will rumble your Wii Remote™, making it harder to snap a steady picture.

Two new features exclusive to the Wii version include a cooperative multiplayer mode that allows up to three friends to either drive or take pictures, and a Safari Mini-Game mode where gamers can play from the animals’ perspective using intuitive gestures via the Wii Remote. In addition, an inspiring soundtrack from world music label, Talking Drum Records, lends an atmospheric backdrop to the game.

Wild Earth: African Safari will launch in spring 2008. For more information about Majesco’s exciting line of products, please visit www.majescoentertainment.com.

Talkback

Afrika, eat your heart out.

CalibanDecember 13, 2007

For a moment there I read African Lion Safari.

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Originally posted by: Kairon
Afrika, eat your heart out.


We don't even know what Afrika is tho.

I was gonna say Pokemon Snap has rhinos, but then I checked.

#1 Bulbasaur
#4 Charmander
#5 Charmeleon
#6 Charizard
#7 Squirtle
#11 Metapod
#12 Butterfree
#14 Kakuna
#16 Pidgey
#25 Pikachu
#27 Sandshrew
#28 Sandslash
#37 Vulpix
#39 Jigglypuff
#41 Zubat
#45 Vileplume
#50 Diglett
#51 Dugtrio
#52 Meowth
#54 Psyduck
#56 Mankey
#58 Growlithe
#59 Arcanine
#60 Polywag
#70 Weepinbell
#71 Victreebel
#74 Geodude
#75 Graveler
#78 Rapidash
#79 Slopoke
#80 Slowbro
#81 Magnemite
#82 Magneton
#84 Doduo
#88 Grimer
#89 Muk
#90 Shellder
#91 Cloyster
#93 Haunter
#101 Electrode
#109 Koffing
-- # 111 Rhyhorn, # 112 Rhydon not included --
#113 Chansey
#115 Kangaskhan
#118 Goldeen
#120 Staryu
#121 Starmie
#123 Scyther
#124 Jynx
#125 Electabuzz
#126 Magmar
#129 Magikarp
#130 Gyarados
#131 Lapras
#132 Ditto
#133 Eevee
#137 Porygon
#143 Snorlax
#144 Articuno
#145 Zapdos
#146 Moltres
#147 Dratini
#149 Dragonite
#151 Mew

KDR_11kDecember 13, 2007

Come to Kenya we got lions!

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