Summary: Godzilla Unleashed is a slow, boring and easy 2D action game that fails miserably on every level. With its terrible controls and short story mode, this Godzilla game is only good for testing your Nintendo DS to make sure it still works.
Conclusion: We aren't sure why you'd try to inflict this disaster on multiple players, though that's an option. Rather than provide you with the feeling that you're a giant monster wrecking civilization and destroying monster adversaries, you feel as if you're a guy in a rubber suit, fighting against other...
Pros: Godzilla is in this game!.
Cons: Godzilla has never looked worse, Short, pointless campaign, Easily exploitable AI, Generally awful production.
Excerpt: Godzilla: Unleashed on the PS2 isn’t nearly as bad as Double Smash – but that doesn’t mean it’s good. If you’re a fan of Godzilla and have already played Save the Earth, don’t bother reading after this next sentence. Godzilla: Unleashed is the same game as Save the Earth, but it’s gotten much worse.
Excerpt: I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for good ol’ Godzilla. While others laughed at the corny dubbing, I would watch intently, and as I grew older and learned how it all worked, I would watch the original Japanese films. Godzilla also forever made me love (to a certain degree) kaiju.
Excerpt: OVERVIEW I entered into this game with visions of the old SNK game King of Monsters as a ruler by which any successful monster-on-monster game should be measured. Sure graphics have come a long way since the days of the Neo Geo, but for a fine example of Godzilla and other monsters duking it out in...
Summary: "Hra s názvem Godzilla: Unleashed je klasickou bojovkou. Nenechte se zmást, Godzila bude nyní na Vaší stranì. Bude spoleènì s Vámi bojovat prosti nejrùznìjším monstrùm, která pøicházejí z jiných svìtù, aby získali naši planetu.