Summary: I have an 8 year old who is obsessed with Godzilla. We had a wii game that looks almost identical and was much more recent. But he found out abuot this, and sadly that we had an old PS2. So we got him this and he's love it! Overall, for a basic monster fight game, it's pretty fun. There are many monsters, lots of ways to play and he loves it. I think that makes this a good solid game.
Summary: This is what you wish for as you sit there watching the Godzilla movies...more monster action. Sometimes the monsters aren't even on screen in the movies for more than 50% of film. Well, you don't have to worry about that with the video game. Godzilla: Save The Earth is all out monster battle! Most of your favorite monsters are here for you to choose from. Hardly any are missing.
Summary: This is one of the best Godzilla games I have ever played. I have played the one on gamecube but this packs a hard punch. With better graphics, added players, and new cities this is definetly a favorite on the way. I have been a fan of godzilla for 7 years and this definetly says GODZILLA!
Summary: The older kids chipped in and bought me this for Christmas -- I haven't had much chance to play because the younger kids (5&6) have monopolized it. Even the wife enjoys it, and she's a self-confessed non-gamer -- the 'easy' levels of the game allow anyone to win their levels within one or two tries, with just enough frustration on the 'Challenges' to keep their egos in check. "Why do I have to be Rodan? Isn't he a bad guy?" "No, lad, these are monsters.
Summary: When I got Godzilla: Destroy all monsters, I didn't know what to expect. I was disapointed. However, this second game is much better. You get many more monsters, instead of earning them, you can buy them! This feature is very nice because you can buy the most powerful monster(Space-Godzilla) first if you want! Another nice feature is the challange mode. In action mode, you do 1 every 3 or 4 battles.
Summary: As of now alot of critics are really hating on this game, but if you're a Godzilla fan do not believe them. Someone looking for spot on controls and a non-button mashing fighting game should probably look elsewhere. Being a Godzilla fan for over 25 yrs. I can honestly say the monsters all behave and have their signature growls as if I was watching one of the Godzilla movies.