The game puts you in the shoes of an apprentice scientist whose goal is to create monsters. You then take control of your monster and set about exploring, finding new ingredients to make more monster parts, combating other monsters and going on quests. Fabien Rossini of Eidos commented:
"Monster Lab will offer a wealth of fresh ideas to both Wii and DS players. These include gesture based combat, a compelling on-line fighting and trading system and total customization of the player's monster".
Expect Monster Lab to hit the shelves sometime this year. A few early screenshots are already available.
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