Reviews and Problems with Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee
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Sound quality 8
A good party game. Not much more.
7 November 2005
Excerpt: "With up to 4 players and a few alternate play modes. Godzilla Destroy All Monsters Melee, is best suited to a late night light hearted party. Anyone in the UK familiar enough with the original Godzilla movies will have a heard enough time taking anything Godzilla related seriously. There's just something about a man in a suit spinning another man in another suit around in the air that detracts from the seriousness of Godzilla. The game has the ...
Pros: One of the few modern Godzilla games . Slightly novel take on modern fighters .
Excerpt: "Developers- Atari/Pipeworks Studios Publisher-Infogrames Genre- Beat-em -Up/ Movie license Age-11+ No. of players- 1-4 Memory used- 4 blocks Plot The plot for this game has a very 50’s B-Movie feel to it. A race of aliens named the Vortak have arrived on Earth, and there mission is not of peace, but to conquer. It’s not enough that they are far more advanced than Earth’s defenses, but they also have taken control of Monster ...
Pros: One of few Cube fighters, cheap, Godzilla, not really anything else
Cons: Not really like any fighters, little freedom, quite dull moves, slow
Summary: I love the visuals, I love the sounds, the gameplay is fun and frantic and the multi-play is hilarious. BUT.... The one player mode is just horrible - even on easy setting, you'll more than likly be tearing your hair out in frustration as the computer controlled monster runs rings around you. It goes for power-ups you cannot see - Fliers zap you while you try to juggle with 2 analogues and the 'Z' button to hit them while airbourne...and so on..