Bandai Namco Games is re-releasing the Godzilla game that came out last year for the PS3, this time for PS4 owners. The game will arrive on July 14th in North America and July 16th in Japan. The game is dubbed Godzilla Vs., and features all of the popular monsters from the Toho series, as well as the addition of the 2014 rendition of Godzilla, and a new three-way battle mode.
According to a brief report from Siliconera, the upcoming game comes with a bunch of updated features for the PS4 re-release, as well as many of the familiar monstrosities from the series. And yes, players will be able to take on the role of some of their favorite monsters, from Mothra to Gidra to Mecha-Godzilla and a bunch of other giant kaiju in between. You can scope out the roster of characters in the trailer below.
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As you can see, the game is a bit like a sandbox fighter. You can move around, destroy buildings, take on the army, take on aliens and take on other giant monsters. The cityscapes are very much capable of being completely leveled and there are various stages present so you can battle across iconic terrain that have been present throughout the series of Godzilla movies.
Graphically the game is nothing to write home about but if you’re into the whole giant monsters destroying cities and using special powers to blast opponents into oblivion then I think the game gets the job done on that front. Additionally, there’s a special black and white filter mode that allows gamers to view the action as if it were the original 1954 release.
This is one of those games that appears to be designed to appease the B-movie fanatics out there looking for some good cheese to indulge in over the weekend. Don’t expect GOTY-quality gameplay out of this one.
You can keep track of Bandai Namco’s endeavors by heading on over to the official website.