Bandai Namco released Godzilla from his long slumber to once again smash cities and enemies on PS3 and PS4.
As Godzilla, players will have the power to trample and lay waste to cities. Players will also have to collect G-Energy which can be used to power-up Godzilla, increasing his physical size as well as his offensive and defensive skills.
Exclusively on PS4, users can play as any monster in the game. Collect G-Energy to max out your favorite beast’s stats, and destroy opponents online. Choose from over 20 monsters, from classics like Anguirus and Rodan, as well as more recent ones like Type-3 Kiryu. There are many different variations of Godzilla in the game as well, from Godzilla (1964), Heisei Godzilla to Godzilla (2014).
“For over 60 years Godzilla has sparked the imaginations of millions of fans and has been one of Japan’s most famous and favorite pop culture exports to the West. With the Godzilla videogame we’re allowing his fans to play as their favorite monster and truly feel its incredible strength and destructive power.” said Hervé Hoerdt, Vice President of Marketing & Digital at Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe.
Godzilla features a plethora of game modes such as:
- Destruction Mode where players can deal massive amounts of mayhem and lay waste to more than 20 different stages.
- Diorama Mode allows players to place models of Godzilla and the other kaiju in different settings to capture epic photos (uses the PS4’s Share function).
- King of Kaiju Mode: Godzilla fights his way through a gauntlet of the franchise’s most famous monster enemies to reach the top hierarchy and reign supreme on the throne as the true King of the Monsters. PS4 players can use any kaiju in any mode, including an Online Multiplayer Mode that allows for up to 3 players at once fighting in all-out mayhem.