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Godzilla for PS4/PS3's 2nd English Trailer Highlights Playable Monsters

posted on 2015-05-15 11:30 EDT
Space Godzilla, Mecha King Ghidorah, Super Mechagodzilla, more in July game

Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe began streaming the second English trailer for the Godzilla action game for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 on Friday. The same trailer debuted in Japanese last week.

The trailers notes that all monsters will be playable, and it previews the roster: Godzilla, King Ghidorah, Hedorah, Mechagodzilla 2, Biollante, Destoroyah, Gigan, Godzilla (from Gareth Edwards and Legendary Pictures' 2014 film), Mothra, Jet Jaguar, Super Mechagodzilla, Kiryu, SpaceGodzilla, and Mecha-King Ghidorah.

The trailer also highlights the online multiplayer mode and possible battle scenarios: the battle from Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-out Attack, a battle between different MechaGodzillas, and a battle between Godzillas to be the King of the Monsters.

Godzilla will be a one-player game, but with a multiplayer online mode. As a monster of their choice, players can destroy the streets and humanity's weapons, as well as other monsters. The game features melee battles of up to three monsters.

The game will "make landfall" on July 14 in North America, on July 16 in Japan, and on July 17 in Europe. In North America, pre-orderd copies will include early access to the Holllywood Godzilla (2014). In Japan, the game will include a bonus unlock code for the black-and-white "Showa mode" and a bonnus special Gacha medal for the Godzilla Kaijū Collection smartphone app. In Europe, copies bought on day one will include instant access to the Holllywood Godzilla (2014).

The earlier version of Bandai Namco's latest Godzilla game shipped for PlayStation 3 in Japan in 2014. The company announced it will release Godzilla for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in North America this summer.

Evangelion director Hideaki Anno is the chief director and writer of Toho's upcoming Godzilla film, the first new Japanese one in the franchise in 12 years. Shinji Higuchi, the director of Japan Sinks, Nobō no Shiro, and the upcoming live-action Attack on Titan films, is directing the new film and serving as special effect director as well.

Gareth Edwards and Legendary Pictures' Hollywood film opened last year.


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