About the Product
- Be Gozilla and wreak destruction - using the Wii controllers you can truly feel like you are battlng and destroying as the famous monsters
- Innovative non-linear storyline - for the single player missions, choices made in battles affect how the game plays out, creating different story branches and paths leading to multiple possible endings
- Play as new Monsters as well as all the classic favorites, all approved by Toho (creators of Godzilla)
- Social Party modes
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Top Customer Reviews
While "Godzilla Unleashed" is far from a perfect game, I am very happy with it and would recommend it without reservations to any Godzilla fan. The game features an almost perfect roster of Toho monsters, some of whom have never appeared in a video game before. The game also features innovative controls that make use of the Wiimote/nunchuck setup and a nonlinear story mode in which choices made during the game influence what you encounter later in the story. And, of course, there are many options for multiplayer which has always been the cornerstone for these Atari Godzilla games. All of the above are executed with varying levels of quality.
My criticisms of the game are that the controls are a little tricky to master (but that may not be a bad thing), the story mode and crystal power ups are needlessly complicated, the system for unlocking new monsters is hilariously arcane (buy x faction and use x monster on x day and destroy three crystals x then go back the next day and fight another monster during the new moon then circle around three times then say MOGUERA three times while facing north) and I much preferred the more straight forward system used in DAMM where completing the game with different monsters unlocks new monsters. I would have been honestly happy with a graphically improved version of STE with more monsters and a simpler version of this single player mode.Read more ›
The graphics are great, detailed skin textures, you can even see the "MG" on Mechagodzilla's(1974) arm.
Beam fights are much easier to do, simply shaking the controller.
Grappling is frustrating.
Some bugs, aiming can be an issue and Megalon can't aim if his life depended on it.
The sound is great and the monsters look great.
Godzilla 90's LOOKS like Godzilla 90's. They even gave him the booming gutteral roar he had in the first 2 Hesei films(1984-95).
Huge assortment of monsters.
Small assortment of cities, stupid story and control issues are the biggest cons.
Other than that it still is a very enjoyable game, since it is Wii and motion sensored, you also get a mini workout too ;)
The graphics are ok,to me the game seemed kind of dark but this is Godzilla and it didn't look bad just a little boring.Being able to choose which character you want to play as is also nice.It gives you a chance to try out different moves and decide who you play best as or change things up a bit and play as a different character.The game is not so hard you want to give up but not so easy you can do it with your eyes closed.I think they found a nice medium in play that will keep you interested enough to want to finish the game.
One thing I did not like was some the repetition coming from air command or whoever is giving orders.If you don't do what they want you to do they will endlessly repeat it.Like kill whoever over and over can be annoying.
Over all this is a fun game most of the family can enjoy with the multiplayer option.I think It is a game to rent before you buy to make sure it is right for you.
That's not to say it isn't fun, especially when you get a few friends together. For the first few plays, the brawling multiplayer is extremely fun. It quickly gets boring, however, and everyone moves on to something more memorable.
While the range of characters and unlockables is excellent, most of the game is flawed. The gameplay feels very thrown-together. The controls are easy enough to learn, but awkward and lacking in responsiveness. The camera is horrific, and often focuses on the wrong thing.
If you are a person who absolutely loves godzilla, this game is probably a good choice. If you're just interested in a mildly fun game that will entertain you for a week or two, rent this game or buy it when it ends up in the twennty dolar bin (which should be soon).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really really like this game and think it deserves 5 stars. But when about 2 weeks after I got a used one, it stopped working! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Tommy Jasmin
Tons of fun! Thankfully this game is getting easier to find. It was almost immediately out of print and didn't show up in any used games stores until recently. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Matt Carroll
This game is really old but it still holds up to the fighting genre,a good amount of characters and the monster madness of fun your going to have when playing with others. Read morePublished on June 23, 2014 by Thomas