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Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee
By: Nintendo Game Cube

  1. 6 Real Worlds Cities and Monsters Island!
  2. 6 modes of play

Dimensions: Length: 7.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.75"

Product Description:

Legendary Monsters! Epic Battles! Melee versus survival adventure, team battle destruction!

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Tech Supply Center $59.95 1-2 business days

godzilla!!!!       rating
by:       on: 02-Aug 2008

my son loves to play this game. we rec'd it quickly and in perfect shape.
challinging fighting game with sluggish monsters       rating
by:       on: 28-Jun 2007

This game is fun but sometimes can get fustrating. Sometimes its satisfying beating down a tough monster. There is an Adventure mode but however, defeating a monster won't unlock it. I disliked the part of the game a lot. There are a few cool cities you can fight in though, like London. The sound effects are loud and exiting. Overall, this is the type of game I'd just rent.
Godzilla Wrestlemania!       rating
by:       on: 18-Jun 2007

This is EXACTLY what a Godzilla game should be! After years of bad games and even some strategy games (WTF?) Godzilla is done justice. This is exactly what you think it is, gigantic monsters beating each other senseless while cities crumble around them. The game feels like a WWE game with it's combo of strikes and grabs, but it's much simpler and easy to learn. Maybe too simple for a gamer looking for complexity. But younger players and ESPECIALLY lontime Godzilla fans must try this game out.
A Gamecube Classic       rating
by:       on: 01-Feb 2007

By today's standards, the graphics to this game aren't the best, but this game is still as fun as the best fighting games out there. The thing about this game is that you don't have to be a fan of Godzilla to enjoy it. I have been a fan, however, of Godzilla for many years. But, who doesn't like being monsters and destroying the city in an all out brawl? The story pokes fun at itself by having weird looking aliens that have comedy to them as they threaten to take over the world using the monsters from Monster Island. Like I said, it is funny (intentionally) and a nice homage to the Godzilla films of the 60s and 70s. Compared to the more recent release of "Save the Earth", the selection of monsters seems limited, but I argue the fact that perhaps the monsters look better on this game during gameplay than they do in its sequel. Overall, this is a fun game to have but the exact same game as "Godzilla: Save the Earth. The only difference is that this game has less monster selections to choose from and less cities to destroy with no mini games at all compared to the other. So, if you have the other game already, you basically have a better version of this when it comes to quantity. If you are a fan of classic Gamecube games or don't have the other game, then is will be fun to have in your collection.

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