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Looks Great, Plays Bad

  • Jan 24, 2008
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'Godzilla Unleashed' is like dating a supermodel with a serious amount of baggage. She looks great on the outside but once you start peeling back layers you can see she's not all she's cracked up to be. The graphics and look of this game are great. With the graphical ability of today's games you can make a game that is very eye appealing and not spend any time on the gameplay or AI of the game itself. This is exactly what is going on here. The writing is poor, the premise is boring, but having said all that it's great to look at. If you are looking for a fun game with great gameplay this isn't it. If you love monster premise games and are more concerned with the look you will probably be happy but don't say you weren't warned.

** NOT RECOMMENDED

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review by . February 05, 2008
Godzilla Unleashed is a bit uneven. While the game is fun in the fashion of "Mortal Combat" and the old arcade game "Rampage" it isn't something that I would classify as a must have.     The combat in "Godzilla Unleashed" is a bit of a challenge. This is one game where the Wii remote only works marginally. It could be that I haven't put enough hours into the game to have it mastered, but it seems that I am able to do the correct move about 50% of the time.      …
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Godzilla Unleashed - Everyone's favorite monster returns in a completely redesigned and updated massively destructive brawler! Play Godzilla as never before with non-linear story paths and all new Toho monsters.
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ESRB: E10+
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Pipeworks Software, Inc.
Console: PlayStation 2, Wii
Genre: Fighting Action
Release Date: November 20, 2007
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