Summary: I was always a hardcore Godzilla fan growing up, but for some reason when I got this game, it didn't feel as fun as the XBOX one. The gameplay was still fun and finding all of the hidden images was easy, but if your a little kid wanting see giant monsters at a all out brawl, I would recommend this. Also, I missed Mecha-Godzilla 3, why did they remove him from the gamecube version I will never know.
Summary: Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee is not the best Godzilla game but it gets a 8 out of 10 from me. The game includes over 10 monsters (not as much as Save the Earth or Unleashed) and a lot of arenas to battle in, too. The graphics aren't the best (I think I might just ne saying this because the other 2 games have better graphics so you might want to get this one first) but it's pretty good for the first Godzilla game on Gamcube!
Summary: This is a fairly old game, but I will review it anyway. Here we go, first off the gameplay. I believe that the gameplay is well constructed, and the battle scenes are well organized, however the reaction time between the two monsters reminds me of the N64 with the painfully slow control reaction time. The unlockable monsters are fairly easy to unlock, however some of the fights are challenging late in the storyline. The graphics are above average, although not amazing.
Summary: I absolutly loved this rowdy fighting game, which mixes decent beat 'em up standards such as a variety of charecters with individual special moves with many fondly remembeted elements from the original series of Toho movies. Not only can the monsters fight each other, but they can also use range attacks, pick up buildings and throw them, push over sky scrapers and use many of the moves seen in the movies. All whilst being attacked by the human military.
Summary: OK, this game is not an intellegent strategy game, it's a game to play after drinking lots of beer. The game involves Godzilla and his mates beating each other up and smashing cities in the process. There's a good sense of humour - check out the Aliens speech at the beginning of Adventure mode - and let's face it, a game involving giant reptiles smashing up cities needs it.
Summary: If you and/or your children enjoy the Godzilla series, or simply like the idea of being a large monster able to trash large areas of any major city you choose, then this game is for you! Works best as 2-player, and has great graphic detail, and considerable "return" playability - ie you won't get bored too quickly with it! Lots of neat detail touches, and much less disturbing than some of the violent gun-crazed shoot-em ups that are out there. Recommended.
Summary: This game is superb. The graphics, sound and music are excellent and replicate the Toho godzilla films. You can choose from about 11 different monsters (though you have to unlock most of them) and battle over various different cities, demolishing them along the way. You can also play in destruction mode, where the aim is to gain points by destroying buildings and landmarks in each city.