Reviews and Problems with Godzilla: Save the Earth
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Save me from my addiction.lol.
Bent steel., Amazon
16 April 2014
Summary: This is a monster of a game if you love Godzilla as much as I do.The graphics,sound effects are superb.I love doing the taunts amongst the fights.I played this game from the day I got it and beat it at all 3 levels with almost every character.Rodan and Angerius are my favorite;s.I can't get enough of Angerius; sonic roar.Both godzilla modern and classic are different in fighting styles,moves and rage moves.The melee feature which has you as part of 4 monsters who try to...
Summary: I loved it since I was 5. I love the intro. All the monsters are cool. My favorite is Gigan. My others are Megalon , Orga , and both Mechagodzillas. The maps are good. It is soooooooo much better than Godzilla Destroy All Monsters Melee. I STILLL play it.
Summary: This game is just incredibly fun. Perhaps not the best graphics or sound, or close to being a system seller, but vibrant and entertaining. You play many of the monsters from the old japanese Godzilla movies. The developers paid careful detail to their sounds and look. They move just like the movies. There are modes of play where you make the monsters score points in basketball. Yep! Very funny game. Its easy to pick up and play and smash everything in sight.
Summary: I have been a fan a Godzilla since I was a kid and this game brings back so many memories for me, but the game is also very fun. The are several famous monsters on this game, each with different abilities and powers. I can easily spend hours playing this game, especially on the hardest mode.
Summary: My 8 yr old is super obsessed over Godzilla, so this review is basically what he told me. He loves this game because it has more characters than Godzilla Unleashed Wii. He loves how Minna ( godzuki) gets a chance on this game and its very detailed.
Summary: Godzilla: Save the Earth was one of the first games I greatly enjoyed on the PS2. It features smooth controls, a great variety of playable monsters, a great variety of moves, and a great variety of stages. Graphically it is very good for a PS2 game. The controls and speed of combat capture the feel of Kaiju films, and the monsters are true to their film appearances.