Godzilla: Save The Earth Review

Godzilla: Save The Earth

by David McComb |
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As the Big G turns 50, this grand-scale monster mash-up pays tribute to the original Toho

men-in-rubber-suits movies of the 1950s and ’60s, allowing slavering fan-boys to get their mitts on Godzilla and 18 of his gargantuan chums, including cult favourites Gigan, Megalon, King Ghidorah and Mothra (both caterpillar and moth forms, naturally).

There are six modes to choose from, with the basic idea being to flatten entire cities, swat planes and twat other monsters with skyscrapers, a routine that quickly becomes tiresome in the one-player mode but is perfect for a bout of post-pub button-bashing with three other players, either on- or off-line.

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