Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby S9y » Sat Mar 08, 2014 4:23 pm

Anyway to unlock Biolannte on xbox?

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby The Godzilla King » Sun Mar 09, 2014 2:24 pm

S9y wrote:Anyway to unlock Biolannte on xbox?


No, she was removed from the Xbox version. The files are only present on the PS2 version.
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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby S9y » Tue Mar 11, 2014 8:16 am

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby GigaBowserG » Tue Mar 11, 2014 10:01 pm

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Lawsford » Tue May 13, 2014 5:54 am

I'm not sure if I asked this question before but...

Could Atari re-release this game on PSN and Xbox Live? (With no changes save for the usual transition into 1080 tv screens)

Could they do this without needing another contract with Toho, or is it entirely out of the question?
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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Omegazilla » Wed May 21, 2014 4:46 pm

This game is easily my favorite Godzilla game so far. It had decent gameplay and a nice monster roster.

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Mr. Strange » Thu May 22, 2014 11:07 am

Lawsford wrote:I'm not sure if I asked this question before but...

Could Atari re-release this game on PSN and Xbox Live? (With no changes save for the usual transition into 1080 tv screens)

Could they do this without needing another contract with Toho, or is it entirely out of the question?


Short answer: No.

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Zentenk » Fri May 23, 2014 5:15 pm

You all can still play Godzilla: STE on XBOX using XBconnect that I posted here:

viewtopic.php?f=10&t=19414

You use system link instead of Xbox Live to connect across the internet. I hope some of you can get it set up and we can play some matches.

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby toho_guy01 » Fri May 30, 2014 1:47 pm

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Then I played an exhibition match against him using Gigan, and won. Good match!

I would say that King Ghidorah and Anguirus are closer to "broken" when played expertly than Orga ever is.


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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Grimlock#1 » Sun Jun 01, 2014 5:11 pm

Has there been any additional information released about the original storyline for this game that hasn't already been shared in the interview on the main site? It sounds like a really interesting story and I'd like to know more about it. It's a shame it got cut out of the final product.
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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Godzillasylum » Sun Jun 01, 2014 5:19 pm

This is and always will be my all time favorite game! I really wish I could verse some people on here. I was serious invincible at this game with Godzilla 2000. I'd always play through the campaign on hard and go 3 V 1 matches and come out on top :mrgreen: oh man those were the days! I always welcomed a challenge, although there really weren't much challenges :huge:
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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Zentenk » Tue Jun 03, 2014 4:26 pm

Godzillasylum wrote:This is and always will be my all time favorite game! I really wish I could verse some people on here. I was serious invincible at this game with Godzilla 2000. I'd always play through the campaign on hard and go 3 V 1 matches and come out on top :mrgreen: oh man those were the days! I always welcomed a challenge, although there really weren't much challenges :huge:


If you have XBOX you can play on XBconnect.

STE was just well polished, I just got Unleashed for PS2. Man... that sent me back to the mid 90's I thought I was playing a PS1 game... the intro and the select screen? SMH

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Godzillasylum » Tue Jun 03, 2014 5:08 pm

Zentenk wrote:
Godzillasylum wrote:This is and always will be my all time favorite game! I really wish I could verse some people on here. I was serious invincible at this game with Godzilla 2000. I'd always play through the campaign on hard and go 3 V 1 matches and come out on top :mrgreen: oh man those were the days! I always welcomed a challenge, although there really weren't much challenges :huge:


If you have XBOX you can play on XBconnect.

STE was just well polished, I just got Unleashed for PS2. Man... that sent me back to the mid 90's I thought I was playing a PS1 game... the intro and the select screen? SMH

Unleashed was garbage in my opinion. STE was miles ahead of it and the best in the series. They went backwards with Unleashed, it could have been so great but it really toned a lot of things down. Sure it had better graphics but that was the only thing it had over STE, everything else was either crap, taken out, or just didn't blend well.
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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Godzillasylum » Wed Jun 04, 2014 8:26 am

Saansilt wrote:I only had experiance with unleashed on the PS2.
Took massive SAN damage on that one.
(No offence Mr. Strange, I do know of the "4 months to do it" dealie.)
Loved this game. If only it had Junior from GTS.

I would have loved to see Jr. and Burning in STE. Ahh man, I can fantasize all day about adding new things to STE haha, one can dream though :).
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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Mr. Strange » Fri Jun 06, 2014 8:52 am

Godzillasylum wrote:
Zentenk wrote:
Godzillasylum wrote:This is and always will be my all time favorite game! I really wish I could verse some people on here. I was serious invincible at this game with Godzilla 2000. I'd always play through the campaign on hard and go 3 V 1 matches and come out on top :mrgreen: oh man those were the days! I always welcomed a challenge, although there really weren't much challenges :huge:


If you have XBOX you can play on XBconnect.

STE was just well polished, I just got Unleashed for PS2. Man... that sent me back to the mid 90's I thought I was playing a PS1 game... the intro and the select screen? SMH

Unleashed was garbage in my opinion. STE was miles ahead of it and the best in the series. They went backwards with Unleashed, it could have been so great but it really toned a lot of things down. Sure it had better graphics but that was the only thing it had over STE, everything else was either crap, taken out, or just didn't blend well.


I don't mean to quibble, but I actually think Unleashed improved on StE in a ton of ways - though obviously it did fall short on some aspects, which really hurt the game's overall quality.

But even if StE is a better game overall, we shouldn't ignore the really great features G:U brought to the series - albeit in an imperfect package:

1 - Amazing custom game configuration system.
2 - Faction system.
3 - Improved powerup spawn (folks complained about powerup camping in StE, and I think we did a great job of fixing those issues in G:U)
4 - Better vehicles, military AI, & pathing.
5 - Better building destruction.
6 - Fully physics-based monster movement.
7 - Multi-thread animation system for characters.
8 - Better camera, 3&4 player support, and new game modes.

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Godzillasylum » Fri Jun 06, 2014 2:08 pm

Godzillasylum wrote:
Zentenk wrote:
Godzillasylum wrote:This is and always will be my all time favorite game! I really wish I could verse some people on here. I was serious invincible at this game with Godzilla 2000. I'd always play through the campaign on hard and go 3 V 1 matches and come out on top :mrgreen: oh man those were the days! I always welcomed a challenge, although there really weren't much challenges :huge:


If you have XBOX you can play on XBconnect.

STE was just well polished, I just got Unleashed for PS2. Man... that sent me back to the mid 90's I thought I was playing a PS1 game... the intro and the select screen? SMH

Unleashed was garbage in my opinion. STE was miles ahead of it and the best in the series. They went backwards with Unleashed, it could have been so great but it really toned a lot of things down. Sure it had better graphics but that was the only thing it had over STE, everything else was either crap, taken out, or just didn't blend well.


I don't mean to quibble, but I actually think Unleashed improved on StE in a ton of ways - though obviously it did fall short on some aspects, which really hurt the game's overall quality.

But even if StE is a better game overall, we shouldn't ignore the really great features G:U brought to the series - albeit in an imperfect package:

1 - Amazing custom game configuration system.
2 - Faction system.
3 - Improved powerup spawn (folks complained about powerup camping in StE, and I think we did a great job of fixing those issues in G:U)
4 - Better vehicles, military AI, & pathing.
5 - Better building destruction.
6 - Fully physics-based monster movement.
7 - Multi-thread animation system for characters.
8 - Better camera, 3&4 player support, and new game modes.[/quote]Oh yes, I agree 101%. Unleashed had A LOT of great and newly added great features. If Unleashed took the game that STE had and the qualities of it, Unleashed would have been the better game in my opinion. I admit I did like and enjoy the new features in Unleashed, like the better building destruction as you mentioned above. But what did it for me was the gameplay, personally I felt Unleashed tried to better what STE had but kind of in a way failed at it, I'm not saying Unleashed is a bad game and all, I just was really disappointed in the gameplay aspect of Unleashed.
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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Mr. Strange » Mon Jun 16, 2014 3:23 pm

Godzillasylum wrote:Oh yes, I agree 101%. Unleashed had A LOT of great and newly added great features. If Unleashed took the game that STE had and the qualities of it, Unleashed would have been the better game in my opinion. I admit I did like and enjoy the new features in Unleashed, like the better building destruction as you mentioned above. But what did it for me was the gameplay, personally I felt Unleashed tried to better what STE had but kind of in a way failed at it, I'm not saying Unleashed is a bad game and all, I just was really disappointed in the gameplay aspect of Unleashed.


I believe we completely agree then. You'll be glad to know that Colossal Kaiju Combat is aiming to hit exactly that target.

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Zentenk » Mon Jun 16, 2014 3:31 pm

I don't know if PS2 is different than Wii but for PS2 I enjoyed the gameplay, but the story sucked (text and still shots like it is SNES), horrible music and graphic select screens... STE blew that all away.

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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby Benn_Sonic_exe » Tue Jul 22, 2014 5:10 am

2nd favorite game! Love the more monsters part.
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Re: Godzilla: Save the Earth discussion

Postby pvphook » Sat Sep 06, 2014 9:45 am

I just remember the first time playing STE and being super excited when I saw Jet Jaguar as a playable character. I think after buying the game, I practiced on the boxing ring as Jet Jaguar for hours, just trying to figure out the moves in the manual. After that, I could beat Survival Mode no problem. Unleashed in my opinion was a great game, all three were, and I really liked being able to make choices in the story (and it had Varan!) but also playing to unlock monsters was pretty fun too. Overall though, I feel that STE was a true step-up from an already awesome game (DAMM) and had so many maps to play on which still makes it entertaining.
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