Earth Seeker’s Computer Recreated Famous Works Of Art

By Spencer . December 21, 2010 . 2:01pm

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Earth Seeker, an upcoming RPG for Wii, takes place after humans fled the planet. The spacecrafts they left on were powerful enough to terraform a planet to look like home, including our culture. Screenshots of Earth Seeker show a museum with famous works of art such as Winged Victory of Samothrace and Michelangelo’s David.

 

There’s a section specifically with Japanese ukiyo-e art like "The Great Wave" and "The Courtesan Konosumi."

 

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Not all creations from the computer were perfect. It also made monsters that you have to fight with a group of booze guzzling guardians.

 

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Earth Seeker comes out in Japan this winter.


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