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Submitted by GIZORAMA 499d ago | review

Pacific Rim: The Video Game Review | GIZORAMA

GIZORAMA - I remember playing Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee! for my Gamecube several years back, and having a blast. The monsters were big, burly creatures that slammed into one another with brutal force. They used their various breath attacks and other powers to toss equally giant beasts across cityscapes, sending them crashing through buildings. It was a well-built game: clear visuals, good control, and a great amount of fun to be had tearing apart city after city.

Tied-in to the recent silver screen summer blockbuster, Pacific Rim: The Video Game aims in part to capture that feeling of giants battling across the earth. The game has you choosing either a Jaeger (giant robot) or a Kaiju (giant monster) to fight, each equipped with a set of basic attacks and unique powers. It plays like any traditional fighting game: cut your opponent’s health to zero, and you win. (Pacific Rim, Xbox 360) 1.5/5

Donald11   499d ago | Spam
CaptainYesterday  +   499d ago
The Fall of Nemesis: Clash of the Kaijujin can't come out fast enough!

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