Summary: Destroy all monsters and all Godzilla titles are pretty much the same. Go around destroy cities beat up other monsters to win the game. If you're playing solo, it's fun for a while but then gets a little boring. This game is more for two player action so you can fight against one another. Still it's a great addition for any Godzilla fans.
Summary: Where to begin? Well, as most godzilla fanse know it has been a while, in my book, ever. The story line dosen't really exist. The closest thing to a story mode is adventure. An opening sene where aliens say that the want to conqure your world by takng over our monsters and that yours broke free. And thats all. You fight about 6 or 7 monsters and then another cut seen. The "Vortak" want to beat your monster once and for all.
Summary: This is the best Godzilla game. PERIOD. It's loads of fun. Really, it is. It's really fun to control all the monsters you've seen in the movies. My personal favorites are Destroyah, Mechagodzilla, and Megalon. The only problem is that the game is waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too hard. Megalon has got to be the biggest problem monster. He will be underground 80% of the time you fight him, and it is extremely difficult to run from(But is possible, I know).
Summary: This game is, in a word, REPETITIVE. You do the exact same thing over and over. Oh look, a giant monster is attacking, why I think I'll smash a few buildings and smack that monster around. Oh look, I beat the last level and the next one looks exactly the same. What's that? Another monster attacking, why I think I'll smash a few buildings and smack that monster around. Yea, I beat that level.
Summary: Firstly, the game is fun. It isn't as fast paced or responsive as some of the fight games out today, but in some ways I like that because I don't have to memorize insanely huge combos. The monsters are all good and reasonably well balanced. The Single Player game is somewhat short. Fighting the computer is difficult at first, but then becomes rather too easy.
Summary: I've always been a Godzilla fan but never knew just how much until I met Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters (GDAM). I almost bought the Nintendo Gamecube just to play it. I'm glad I waited. I've been playing giant monster games since the 80s. I loved Crush, Crumble & Chomp! and immediately took to Rampage. What can I say, I like the idea of stepping on people. Wait, that didn't come out right.