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Bandai Namco Games, Natsume
Jul 14, 2015 - PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

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4.5 / 10
Metro GameCentral
2 / 10
1 / 5
Game Informer
3 / 10
3 / 10
Game Revolution
1.5 / 5
4 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Godzilla

It gives me absolutely no pleasure to report any of this. Sitting at my PC, wearing a Godzilla t-shirt and surrounded by plastic models of the series' wonderful menagerie, I wanted so desperately for this to be the game to truly realise the character's potential in gaming. I wanted Crackdown with kaiju. Instead, I got...this. The only thing being crushed here is the dreams of every monster movie fan who ever picked up a joypad.

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4.5 / 10.0

Due to tedious gameplay and lackluster visuals, Godzilla fails to live up to his title of King of the Monsters.

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More Godzooky than Godzilla, this is not only a terrible game but a technically inept one – that can't even make stepping on tanks seem like fun.

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You would think a game in which you can pimp-slap a moth as a 40ft-tall garbage monster couldn't possibly be that bad. You would, however, be wrong.

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A great idea on paper, but Natsume Atari didn't deliver the gameplay depth to back it up

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Godzilla is a boring, badly-balanced game that asks you to pay a lot of money for too little content.

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The worst part about my experience with Godzilla is the fact that it didn't provide laughs or enjoyment because of its poor quality. Instead, I just sat there bored for much of the time as I endlessly destroyed cities and fought other monsters in terribly unbalanced fights.

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The only other bright spot is the Kaiju Guide, a collection detailing the playable creatures as well as quite a few not featured. I adored seeing old stills from the films and, sure, there is a certain appeal to playing as a bunch of these guys. But the feeling fades before long. A love of the movies can only get you so far when the experience is this frustrating and hollow. What a letdown.

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