Shadow wrote:Wait, it's coming back to me... I was a pony... oh god... Kiryu2012 is right beside me... no my clothes, stop taking them off- *Takes shotgun and commits suicide*
And now here I am.
4) Godzilla Generations (Sega Dreamcast)
It's slow and pondering, but the building destruction keeps me coming back for more. The farther in you get, the more dense (and high) the cityscapes are. In the last level you get to destroy the Tax Towers while the music from "Godzilla 1985" plays in the background. Pure geek heaven for me. If the follow-up Generations: Maximum Impact had kept the free-roaming and the building destruction mechanics, it would replace this on my list.
Goji wrote:I'm sorry, but GDAMM is *NOT* better than G:STE by an stretch of the imagination. All it has going for it is a slightly better frame rate, the replays (which are awesome, but have nothing to do with actual gameplay), and..that's it.
G:STE has a much more refined combat/juggle system, more playable characters, more stages, better graphics, and (had) online play. The biggest downside was being forced to play the mini games during Adventure/Action mode, which dragged out the play session. Other than that, it's quite easily the best 3D Godzilla game ever, and the best Godzilla fighter out there, hands down.
Pyrodorah wrote: Religion is an invention of humans, nothing more.
Chris55 wrote:Shadow wrote:That it is 2013 and there are still directions to using shampoo.
Hey man! I NEED those directions!
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