Summary: If like me you like monster games then there aren't that many to choose from.why I have no idea as they are huge fun to play.on the ps2 format you only have this game its predecessor save the earth and war of the monsters to pick from.so like I said not much to go on.i have all three games and still find myself going back to save the earth over the other two.why?
Summary: Now, I'm not going to bash this game, I think its amazing, it includes more monsters than the previous game (Save the Earth), and the Wii/PS2 each has characters that the other doesn't (kinda like Pokémon Red/Blue). It has the same basic gameplay as Save the Earth, except that (for me) the controls seem to be a bit stiff, and jumping seems a little awkward.
Summary: This is our second copy of this game, the first was unfortunately wrecked when someone stood on it. Months of intermittent nagging from my son (age 8) eventually led to the purchase of a second copy which is still enjoyed. We have several games which never get a second play so there must be something good about it as its appeal has endured.
Summary: Since I first saw the old animated Godzilla tv series at age 5, I don't think I've ever lost the fascination of watching 2 giant beasties beating the crap out of each other for fun...extend that to the movies, where you have the B-movie cheese factor of men in rubber suits stomping on Action Man tanks. So it was inevitable that any Godzilla video game would be getting snapped up by me.
Excerpt: Godzilla se ha caracterizado a lo largo de su historia por enfrentarse tanto a los humanos (y sus débiles ejércitos como diría Hulk) como a todo tipo de criaturas monstruosas, y en "Godzilla Unleashed", nuestro dinosaurio mutante favorito se va a hartar de machacar a todos aquellos tan temerarios como para cruzarse en su camino.