Adventurer and cameraman Ed Wardle is flown into the Yukon wilderness in Canada and, possessing only basic provisions, begins a solitary survival challenge that will test the limits of his physical and psychological capabilities. Overwhelmed by the realization that he is on his own, Ed initially struggles to make decisions, and as the days go by, he realizes surviving in the inhospitable environment is a lot harder than he ever imagined.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Wild Arms (ワイルドアームズ, Wairudo Āmuzu), also written as Wild ARMs, is a media franchise developed by Media.Vision and owned by Sony Computer Entertainment. The franchise consists of several Western-themed role-playing video games and related media. Since the launch of the original Wild Arms title in 1996, the series has gone on to encompass several media, including toys, manga, mobile phone applications, and a 22-episode anime. Wild Arms is noteworthy as being one of the few role-playing video game series to adopt an American Old West motif. Characters, settings, and music within the series contain visual and audio cues to American westerns, as well as traditional fantasy and science fiction elements. The series has largely been overseen by producer Akifumi Kaneko and is viewed as a cult classic among other role-playing game franchises. While reception in North America and Europe remains modest, the series has an active Western fanbase. The Wild Arms games are popular in Japan.
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