Dost Thou Challenge The WiiWare Gods?

Gods_vs_HumansA gameplay teaser trailer has been released for Gods vs Humans which is due to make an appearance on WiiWare, as well as a whole bunch of info about the game to tease you even more.

In Gods vs Humans, 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. All but cheeky ones! Some of them want to enter your domain. 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. Be careful not to hurt them though, you need people to believe in you!

Indeed, your strength depends on their faith. You unlock powers depending on the capacity of your power gauge. It is automatically recharged by the respect gauge, which is like a barometer of the human mood. These two elements are essential to take up the challenge of Gods vs Humans!

A whole display of powers
You have two main types of divine powers at your disposal to forge this reputation. Offensive powers can destroy the tower, while events can slow down the humans. Each use comes with a cost of power gauge and alters the mood of the peons. In desperate situations, you can also resort to an ultimate and dreadful power!

A preview of playable divinities
Name: Osiris
Mythology: Egyptian
Attributes: Farming and Resurrection
Special power: Nékhekh
Name: Jupiter
Mythology: Greco-Roman
Attributes: The King of Lightning
Special power: Olympian Lightning

Name: Odin
Mythology: Norse
Attributes: Poetry and Warriors
Special power: Asgard’s Brimstone
Name: Amaterasu
Mythology: Japanese
Attributes: The Sun
Special power: Solar Flare

There are plenty of other ancient gods and goddesses to unlock through the 60 levels offered by the solo Adventure mode. Each one of them has a special attack and generates basic powers in a different order, for a better gameplay experience!

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