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Godzilla (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Compile
More Platforms: Commodore 64, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Turbografx-CD
AKA: Godzilla-Kun: Kaijuu Daikessen (JP)

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ratking says: " You would think Godzilla would be an action paced game with a lot of fighting in it. Instead they made a game, where the point is too punch blocks around. I finally got rid of this game a few months ago, and Electronics Boutique checked their computer, and Godzilla was worth 0$. They did end up giving me two dollars anyway, cause the guy thought it was hilarious that the game was so cheap. But in truth Godzilla is not that bad if you like level after level of puzzles. "
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