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Monster Lab Previews - PS2

  • Publisher: Eidos
  • Genre:RPG, Simulation
  • Developer: Backbone Entertainment
  • Release Date:Nov 6, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player, 2 online
  • ESRB:U - Unknown (Titles rated "Everyone 10+ (E10+)" may be suitable for ages 10 and older. They may contain cartoon, fantasy, or mild violence, mild language, and/or minimal suggestive themes.)
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Game Description:The hero wears a lab coat in this game where knowledge brings power and monsters roam the realm. The evil Baron Mharti rules the creepy Uncanny Valley. Play as an apprentice scientist and go a little mad! Your job is to experiment until you create your own monster, build a monster army, free the Valley, and take down the Baron. Create your monster by tinkering with over 100 million(!) possible part combinations. Once your experiment's complete, turn your monster loose in the Valley. Complete quests, find ingredients to make new monster parts, battle other monsters, and play monster mini-games.
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    Floor Report: Monster Lab

    Alison Haislip is on the floor at E3, getting the lowdown on Eidos' upcoming title, 'Monster Lab' for the Nintendo Wii, DS, and PlayStation 2.

    Posted: Jul 17, 2008 | 1,757 Views | 01:41 | 1 Comment


  • Monster Lab Producer Interview

    Posted: September 4, 2008

    1,032 Views | 03:27

  • Floor Report: Monster Lab

    Posted: July 17, 2008

    1,757 Views | 01:41 | 1 Comment

 


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