Homeland (video game)

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Homeland (Japanese: ホームランド, Hepburn: hōmurando) is a role-playing video game for the GameCube developed and published by Chunsoft, and was released in Japan on April 29, 2005.

Quick facts: Homeland, Developer(s), Publisher(s), Directo...
Director(s)Koji Maruta
Producer(s)Koichi Nakamura
Artist(s)Yoshihiro Arisawa
Writer(s)Hirotaka Inaba
Emiko Tanaka
Masato Kato
Takashi Hino
Composer(s)Hayato Matsuo
  • JP: April 29, 2005
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

The game can be played offline in single-player mode, or online in multiplayer mode over the Internet or on a LAN. In online mode, the player can assume the role of gamemaster and create an online game for up to thirty-five other players.[1] It is one of only four titles for the GameCube designed for online play. It is unique among these games in a number of ways. It is the only one where the GameCube itself acts as the server, rather than the player using a central server. It is also the only online GameCube game that isn't a Phantasy Star Online title, and the only one not to get a release outside Japan.