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Godzilla: Unleashed (Wii)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the graphics. The reliability is also appreciated, whereas the multi player mode and price get mixed views. Many are negative about the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Godzilla: Unleashed (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 67/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: Gwynne Dixon (totalvideogames.com)

Godzilla: Unleashed Review

 

And you thought Godzilla had found a nice uninhabited valley to settle down in. Wishful thinking I'm afraid...

This game could kill off the series ; The grab moves aren't totally awful ; You get to lob buildings about

Flawed combat mechanics throughout ; Deplorable camera and lock-on system ; Graphics that are barely worthy of the PS2

Something to avoid like nuclear waste, Godzilla: Unleashed suffers from hideous gameplay, Neolithic graphics, no depth whatsoever, and shoddy design all-round. If you want to torture somebody then buy them this for their birthday.

Feb, 2008

Expert review by: Peter Skerritt (videogametalk.com)

Godzilla Unleashed

 

Reviewer's Note: This review covers both the Wii and PlayStation 2 versions of Godzilla Unleashed. Godzilla Unleashed sounds like a fun idea, at least in theory. How can it not be fun to control some of the biggest and meanest monsters ever created,...

A failure of monstrous proportions...By Peter SkerrittPosted January 16, 2008 Reviewer's Note: This review covers both the Wii and PlayStation 2 versions of Godzilla Unleashed. Godzilla Unleashed sounds like a fun idea, at least in theory. How can it...

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Graham Russell (snackbar-games.com)

Godzilla Unleashed

 

The GameCube release Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee was a surprise hit on a system light on fighting games. As a result, there was a decent amount of buzz for the Wii edition of Godzilla Unleashed. Simply put, people are going to be disappointed.

Dec, 2007

Expert review by: Phil Theobald (gamespy.com)

Godzilla: Unleashed

 

Tearing up Tokyo is just the beginning -- Godzilla and his rubbery pals have returned for another battle.

Non-linear Story mode provides replay value; lots of bonuses to unlock

Gameplay can be sluggish; Wii Remote controls not always accurate; no online multiplayer

Dec, 2007

Expert review by: David Taylor (gamingtarget.com)

Godzilla: Unleashed

 

Graphically the game is shaping up very well. The monsters look well detailed, even more so that than many of the movies (which I must admit, in most cases is not saying much). The cityscapes each have their own distinctive look, so it won't look...

Feb, 2007

Expert review by: David McComb (empireonline.com)

Godzilla: Unleashed

 

As the latest in a long line of games starring Toho’s rubber green giant, few would expect Unleashed to atone for the sins of its disappointing forebears. However, even with the Wii’s expressive interface allowing players to master the King Of...

Mar, 2008

Expert review by: Tom Ramsbottom (gamebosh.com)

Godzilla: Unleashed

 

Unleashed is the third Godzilla fighting game, a series that began in 2002 with Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee (Gamecube/Xbox) and continued with Godzilla: Save The Earth (PS2). Once again, the Vortaak aliens are back to try and take over the...

Monsters have individual fighting styles ; Simple to get to grips with ; Many things to unlock ; Four different endings to experience ; Smash! Destroy! Roar ; Good for multi-player battles

Really poor graphics ; Cheap and cheerful cut scenes ; Controls don't react quite fast enough ; Missions are essentially all the same

The graphics are rubbish, the controls far from lightning quick to react and the story is nonsense, yet there is still fun to be had fighting giant monsters and crushing buildings. The fighting is clunky but appealing and if you have a foursome going...