Spore Hero Previews - Wii

  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Genre:Simulation
  • Developer: Maxis
  • Release Date:Oct 13, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E10+ - Everyone 10+ (Crude Humor,Mild Cartoon Violence)
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Game Description: Spore Hero is a game based on the popular Spore series. Players begin by customizing a character. That character is traversing the galaxy when it comes under attack and crash lands on an alien planet. It is the task of the players to gain new combos and evolve new parts to help them defeat the evil that shot him down in the first place.
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    All Access Preview: Spore Hero for the Wii


    Lucy Bradshaw, General Manager of Maxis, guides Adam Sessler through a preview of the new Wii exclusive 'Spore Hero'. Learn about the game's storyline, character creation and evolutionary challenges. 'Spore Hero' comes out this fall.

    Posted: May 12, 2009 | 9,885 Views | 02:00 | 3 Comments

  • Spore Hero Launch Trailer

    Posted: September 30, 2009

    503 Views | 01:37

  • Spore Hero Opening Cinematic

    Posted: September 14, 2009

    470 Views | 02:05

  • Spore Hero Shark Tank Trailer

    Posted: August 17, 2009

    864 Views | 00:47

  • Spore Hero Make Yourself A Hero Trailer

    Posted: July 24, 2009

    825 Views | 01:30

  • All Access Preview: Spore Hero for the Wii

    Posted: May 12, 2009

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