Reviews and Problems with Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee
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This game isn't what I wished for
Hydrazilla98 , GameStop
25 September 2014
Summary: I really wanted to like this game, but the controls are horrible, the accuracy is beyond awful, and the annoyingly non-responding commands. This game just isn't good. The controls are so hard to get used to, and I've played this for 7 years, and they're still god awful.
Summary: Godzilla: Destroy all Monsters is overall a fantastic game, but GameStop sold me a dud! Sure, they have that "pre-owned guarantee" stuff, but the game doesn't work on my GameCube (which works like new and plays other games). I keep getting the "The Game disc could not be read" message.
Summary: This is the best Godzilla game I've played so far! The attacks aren't so slow that the game is unplayable, but just slow enough that you can tell that you're playing as a giant monster! I love it!
Summary: Godzilla: King of the Monsters' greatest game is right here. It is just fantastic. I got this game when I was six, and have loved it since. I never get tired of this game. If I want some real godzilla video game action, or I am just bored, pop this in my Wii, and start playing.
Summary: Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee is, to sum it all up, an excellent fighting game for the Gamecube. When I first got it, I thought that it would be like any other fighting game I had played, with a standard combat layout.
Summary: This rules and I love that the places are realistic. I love that the dragons and creatures have thier own problems. The only thing is the saving sucks and that the controls are very hard to master! Overall this game RULES!
Summary: This game is really fun, hard, and addicting. Who doesn't like giant monsters destroying each other? The monsters are Godzilla 90's, Anguirus, Megolan, Gigan, Rodan, Godzilla 2000, Destroyha, King Chidora, Mecha Chidora, Mecha Godzilla, and Orga.