Atari has announced today that the big green(ish) monster from the venerable factory of destruction, Monster Island, will be making a return on the Wii, PSP and DS this year. Like previous Godzilla games, players can take control of a slew of monsters and battle it out, causing massive destruction.

Gamers are thrust into the world of Godzilla, tasked with the heroic mission of saving the planet from the ultimate destruction. But what would a Godzilla game be without slow-motion building crushing? So you can imagine that there will be plenty of brick and mortar taking punishing blows from the over-sized monsters. “The iconic Japanese giant goes from strength to strength, taking the franchise in new directions not least with the unprecedented dynamic control afforded by the unique Wii controller,” said Cyril Voiron, Marketing Director, Atari Europe. “With multiple story paths, players can choose exactly how they want to release the beast within and wreak their own brand of spectacular urban devastation.”

Godzilla: Unleashed will feature a new non-linear story that is affected through the actions players make during a battle. Exactly how the story will be affected in that way wasn’t clarified, but I’m hoping that it’s a whole lot better than the previous Godzilla games. Players will also be able to stomp, kick, crush, punch, throw, clobber and blast through major cities around the world, leaving an unleashed brand of destruction in their path.

You can look for Godzilla: Unleashed to hit retailer shelves for the PSP, Nintendo DS and Wii this autumn. For a full product line of Atari, you can visit their Official Website.
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