Gojira: Kaijû dai rantô (2002)

Video Game  -  Action | Comedy | Sci-Fi  -  15 November 2002 (Canada)
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The Vortaak - alien invaders from a distant galaxy who possess an intellect and technology far superior than our own have come to seize control of planet Earth and plunder its resources for... See full summary »

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The Vortaak - alien invaders from a distant galaxy who possess an intellect and technology far superior than our own have come to seize control of planet Earth and plunder its resources for their own purposes. All earth inhabitants will be enlisted to do the Vortaak's bidding. All Earth Citizens are instructed to proceed to the nearest outpost for processing. Resistance is futile. To encourage cooperation the Vortaak have seized control of Monster Island and have unleashed all monsters under mind control rays. One monster managed to escape capture and has set out to stop the Vortaak before they can complete their diabolical plan! Written by Anonymous

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Legendary Monsters. Epic Battles.

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Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Mêlée  »

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Was originally going to include Jet Jaguar (from Godzilla Vs. Megalon (1973)) as one of the characters, but legal problems arose with Tsuburaya Studios, due to Jet Jaguar's similarity to Ultraman. See more »

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Vortaak Leader: Arrrggh! Your monster has defeated our ultimate weapon and escaped! Our campaign to seize your planet has been thwarted... for now. But we will return, Earthlings, we will return!
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Contained in the credits are special thanks to "Mr. Soop" and "Who is Mr. Soop?????" Why these names are included remains a mystery to fans of the game. See more »

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Spun-off from Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) See more »

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Okay Godzilla game, but there is room for a lot of improvement.
18 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

The games main story mode has a humorous introduction as a rather strange looking alien declares they have control over earth's monsters and that it is useless to resist. Then the camera was supposed to fade and the alien is like "are we still on"? That type of humor is needed more in this game as is better level development or perhaps more monsters. If the game could have just let you control Godzilla and fight levels where at the end you fight one of the other monsters as the boss of the level it could have been a more fun game. They have a game like that for the Nintendo and while the graphics are bad it is more fun to play. The game is Godzilla, why not have him progress through a level then have an epic battle with one of his adversaries? I would not mind the brawler format so much if they would have more monsters. Mothra, Hedorah, and Space Godzilla could have all been playable characters and there are more than those in the Godzilla universe so why not add them? The fighting is also a bit weak as in the movies Godzilla's ultimate attack is is radioactive fire breath...here it is not very strong at all being one of the weaker attacks. Still, I am a Godzilla or Gojira fan and I enjoyed playing the game for the most part. It is nice using Godzilla to pound my way through the other monsters, with a bit of tweaking this game could have been could have been something special.


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