BigBaragon wrote:NO sarcasm intended whatsoever here. I have tried quite a few over the years, from the NES version to the more current DS version, and they all are very lackluster, imho. I played one version on the GameCube system that wasnt AWFUL, but most of 'em are horrid...
Are there any GREAT games out there featuring any of the Toho greats? I dont think that the kaiju concept/formula would work for certain genres like rpgs, but what about a 'story based' type like X-Men Legends or Shadow of Colossus, no?
three wrote:what are you? can't you just be straightforward?
Legion1979 wrote:Kiss my ass.
The H-Man wrote:The Godzilla Monster March from Sega sounds interesting, but unfortunately there are no youtube clips of it so I could see what it played like.
BrashAlaskan95 wrote:UltramanGoji wrote:I hope you plan on mounting this thing.
On my wall.
I'll call it "Bob: The One Who Was skreeonk From The Start".
skreeonk scary shit though if it is just scratches.
Zilla103192 wrote:She saw Godzilla fly... And just gave up. She called bullshit, broke up with me, and just left.
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.
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