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It is a shame that the PR and Marketing for Bandai Namco Entertainment failed us so completely. We had never heard of this game. A reader asked if we could purchase this game and review it. So it went on our purchase list and when it fell below twenty dollars used we purchased it. Godzilla on the Playstation 4 might be worth five dollars brand new. This game is horrible on so many fronts.

Players control Godzilla in this home console video game. The goal is to destroy the generators. The sub goal is to destroy as many of the buildings as possible. If you stay long enough in a level then you get to fight another monster. The humans are talking about stopping Godzilla, which is pretty pointless. You can help them destroy you by clicking on the right stick in data collection areas. This is backwards in so many ways.

Godzilla controls like a Buick on an ice rink. Turning is slow, and so is attacking. I felt like I was playing a turtle. If that were not bad enough, there is also false gods, belief in evolution taught, violence, destruction, and no local multiplayer. The glitches in Godzilla make no sense to me. We can destroy huge buildings, but the trees and light poles can not be destroyed.

Players have no life bar with Godzilla. If orange starts appearing around the screen try to get away from the attacks. It will go away and you won't die. Levels are small, and there are few of them in Godzilla. The dialogue makes no sense most of the time. Especially if you try Godzilla on the easiest mode. There is no way to block attacks in Godzilla. We do the same thing almost every level. It gets old the second level.

There are few attacks in Godzilla. Many of the giant monsters in Godzilla have the same move set. Talk about making Godzilla even more boring than it already is. When buildings come down there are gory screams from people dying. There are few modes, and most need to be unlocked. Godzilla teaches us to destroy everything we see. How does that make the world a better place?

The graphics in Godzilla are sub par for the Playstation 4. Godzilla is part Rampage done in 3D, part Tank Tank Tank, and part Godzilla. This game looks, feels, sounds, and plays like a quick cash in. One that failed miserably. Pass on Godzilla. I should get paid a lot of money for playing Godzilla on the Playstation 4. Bandai Namco Entertainment owes me big time.


Graphics: 30%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 40%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: PS3/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
Developer: Natsume
{Fantasy Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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