Godzilla for PlayStation 4


Jul 14, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Bandai Namco Studios
Content Rating: Teen


Godzilla, the King of the Monsters, first appeared in 1954. Scientists studied Godzilla and found that they could harness energy from the monster. Called “G-Energy,” this seemingly endless source of power was used to better the lives of all mankind. 60 years later, just when mankind’s memory of the beast faded, Godzilla appeared again. Godzilla destroyed at will, all in search of more G-Energy. Such irony, the same G-Energy which was used to better the people’s lives, also caused Godzilla to awaken. Can the G-Force, mankind’s last hope, stop Godzilla? What fate awaits Godzilla once he has consumed all of the G-Energy, and grown to his full potential?

Critic Reviews

35 Reviews
Kevin VanOrdJul 17, 2015
And so it goes in this overpriced and unattractive game, whose finest mode is one in which you place unlockable action figures on a diorama. Indeed, looking at static monster figures in fighting poses is a lot more fun than actually participating in battle. The worst news of all is that if you want more figures, you have to play the game, and no virtual action doll is worth that many yawns.
Steve HannleyJul 15, 2015
Faint praise, however, as while this could have become a so-bad-it’s-good Earth Defense Force type experience, it’s instead held back by clunky controls, dated visuals, confined level design and a lack of gameplay variety. There’s some fun to be had here, but this use of “some” is coming dangerously close to meaning minutes instead of hours. Perhaps Godzilla will get a decent game by his hundredth anniversary, but this isn’t it.
Andrew ReinerJul 16, 2015
A colossal-sized disaster that pays homage to the kaiju films of yesteryear, but doesn’t offer anything meaningful to gamers. A great idea on paper, but Natsume Atari didn’t deliver the gameplay depth to back it up. I grew bored with Godzilla after a few minutes. It’s a towering abomination of a licensed property and a sad excuse for a game. I enjoyed the novelty and cheesiness, but none of the gameplay held my attention.

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