cipher192 wrote:But we're here for godzilla, NOT fighting games.
Correct my good man, we're here for Godzilla. But technically speaking, this statement does not hold up well since...Well, this game might be based on Godzilla. Which is the exact reason why we are here, for Godzilla. A Godzilla based fighting game, very much like the previous installments crafted by Mr. Strange, and the crew at pipeworks. So my good man, you kinda, canceled yourself out there.
Although I can't personally speak for Goji, CheetoKamper, or anyone else who feels the same as they do. But understand, though they may deliver a straight forward package, understand that they are simply trying to make fan dream into a reality. Its not every day that a experienced game developer comes along to a fandom and offers up the chance to create a game based upon a franchise that they personally love. Directly the Godzilla fandom. And with the last game released in the year of 2007 (Or 08 for Europe), to be offered the chance to create a amazing game. A fighting game at that, its a rare opportunity that will probably never present it ever again, or for a very long time if missed out on. Due note that I am sorry that your unable to enjoy the vast experiences from the fighting game genre. I understand that some fighters are more unfriendly than others to those who aren't use to it. So that can be a turn off. And I understand that you might be one of the types of gamers who just aren't into it at all.
However, I would like to say, that these modern Godzilla fighting games, they aren't as scary as you may think they are. They aren't like Street Fighters, Marvel vs. Capcom, Blazblue, Tekken, or anything hardcore. These games aren't complex to learn, and aren't fighters that will scare you away as if they want to crush your inner gamer. Although MechaGodzilla II won't hesitate to do that in DAMM from what I've read around the net lol. (Haven't played DAMM sadly, but I own and love STE. Plan on getting Unleashed for X-Mas this year though.)
But beyond that,they are fairly casual, easy to pick up (Though not easy to master since some characters require more skill and understanding to use properly), and bare loads of gameplay content and depth to make the games enjoyable and fun. If anything, you should give them a try if you haven't, and if you have then you should pick one up again and invest yourself a bit to see if your viewpoint as changed or not. Who knows, you might enjoy them, and you might even want another Godzilla fighting game as well.