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Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted


3:40 PM on 05.05.2009
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I've been interested in Help Wanted ever since Hamza's preview of the title, which taught me that the game was actually about taking on weird jobs in order to earn money so you can buy items from the Home Shopping Network. The items you buy are to help destroy a meteorite that threatens the planet. I couldn't make this up if I tried (and even if I did try and was on a large dosage of hallucinogenic drugs). Check out the gallery for  aslew of new screens and character art ofall the different job types.

The game comes out exclusively for Nintendo Wii on May 12th, and I have to admit I am pretty interested in it, even though it has that ultra cute look that I either love or hate in games. I love that there's a cow-milking minigame in here -- this is relevant to my personal interests. I also heard a rumor that some goodies from Hudson may pop up soon in one of our Twitter Friday contests. You should take my word on these things, since I now run all contests for Destructoid. I'm MAD WITH POWER!

Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo
Check out new screens and art for Hudson's Help Wanted photo





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