Irrational Games has shared another pitch of theirs from the vault today, making it the second Irrational pitch made public. The first pitch was revealed back in May, being the original BioShock idea.
This pitch, on the other hand, is for a game that didn’t quite materialize. Monster Island, as it was pitched, would’ve allowed players to control either giant beasts inspired by the likes of Godzilla and other 1950s film monsters or the forces trying to stop them.
The pitch listed the game to include twenty playable monsters, an alive city, destructible environments, and a dynamic civil defense network. It was based off a pen-and-paper game penned by Ken Levine ten years prior to its pitch.
The entire pitch can be found here (PDF file).
From the Vault: The Monster Island Pitch [Irrational Games]