A new trailer for upcoming monster beat-em-up Godzilla: Unleashed presents us with six new playable characters in the game. The impressions of the game so far haven't been good and many have complained about the graphics and animations for the fighters, but come on! It's Godzilla. We have to be hope...

September 13th 2007 at 6:13pm 0 Comments

Atari was kind enough to send us a couple of new trailers for its upcoming title Godzilla Unleashed. In these trailers, we get to see Godzilla take on two of his oldest enemies: Rodan and Baragon. We've placed one trailer above and tucked the other gently past the post break, so be sure to hit them...

September 5th 2007 at 10:30am 0 Comments
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You'll have to forgive us. Being Wii gamers, we aren't used to graphics. In all seriousness, we aren't entirely sure what to make of these Godzilla Unleashed screens. The monsters look incredibly detailed, so much so that we're not sure what to think. Are they too bumpy? Too scaly? Is that possible...

June 14th 2007 at 1:45pm 0 Comments

Tucked away in a secret corner of New York Comic Con was Godzilla: Unleashed for Nintendo Wii. Considering its early pre-alpha form, Atari didn't want to show off too much of the game. Makes sense: the game really looks incomplete at this point, especially with its primitive, worse-than-Gamecu...

February 28th 2007 at 7:25pm 0 Comments
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Daddy Joystiq is reporting that Atari is reviving Godzilla for the PSP (among other systems). Godzilla Unleashed is being created by Pipeworks Software who also worked on the previous Godzilla games, so they know a thing or two about the giant lizard. If you haven't played a Godzilla game before, th...

January 31st 2007 at 10:00pm 0 Comments
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Atari is preparing to wake its sleeping giant. Following a pair of mediocre appearances that culminated in 2004's Save the Earth, the Godzilla franchise will return to terrorize Wii later this year. Godzilla Unleashed, being developed by Pipeworks Software, will be the third installment in Atari's m...

January 31st 2007 at 4:15pm 0 Comments