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Godzilla ps3 Monster filed guide and more


Feb-24-2015 12:46 AM

Well, I had been playing a lot the game and I almost got all the pics in the Monster Field Guide. I just have left the very last entry. Does anyone know which monster is? I assume is the Legendary Godzilla. For upgrades in Evolution mode, According to the manual I have left a bar in the temperature gauge, the one whom allows to do up to three shots at a time. But I still have some questions, is there any guide about how to use the diorama mode???? And after beating the Destruction or King of the Monsters modesapparently the game tries to go on-line. Do anyone know why??? Any answer will be very appreciated

6 Responses to Godzilla ps3 Monster filed guide and more

The King of the Monsters

Feb-24-2015 12:18 PM

Yes, the final monster slot in the Monster Field Guide is the Legendary Godzilla, or as the game calls him, simply "GODZILLA."

There is a tutorial for Diorama Mode, but it's all in Japanese. I've learned how to very basically use it simply through trial-and-error.

Whenever you beat Destruction or King of the Monsters Mode, the game tries to connect to the PlayStation online network to add your score to the online leaderboards. Since PSN is frequently down and out of service, it will oftentimes have difficulty connecting.

Hope this helps you at least a bit.

"When man falls into conflict with nature, monsters are born." - Professor Hayashida, The Return of Godzilla


Feb-24-2015 3:09 PM

Is the game good? I don't have it, probably won't for awhile.

The King of the Monsters

Feb-24-2015 3:32 PM

It's a good game for Godzilla fans, since only they can appreciate the little nuances and overall appeal of the game. Mainstream gamers most likely would find the game mediocre, but it's plainly obvious it was done on a limited budget and time schedule and was made specifically for Godzilla fans. As far as Godzilla games go, I think it's one of the better ones.

"When man falls into conflict with nature, monsters are born." - Professor Hayashida, The Return of Godzilla


Feb-24-2015 3:42 PM

I don't own a single Godilla game, or a PS3. Are the MUTOs in it?

The King of the Monsters

Feb-24-2015 4:10 PM

The M.U.T.O.s are not in the game, but if there is DLC for it, the M.U.T.O.s are a strong possibility to be included.

"When man falls into conflict with nature, monsters are born." - Professor Hayashida, The Return of Godzilla


Feb-24-2015 9:25 PM


Thanks, so I hope in getting it soon,. And if the online features are for sharing scores it isn't a big deal


The game is quite fun, but as King of the Monsters says above, only could be appreciated by true fans. The game is short, simple, lacks of a solid plot and the controls are pretty quirky at first glance, they are like controlling a rc toy than an actual video game character. The battles are quite challenging, specially if you don't have unlocked all the moves. Curiously, the wimpy looking moves are the most powerful!! The hop-hop dance of victory, and the grab and smoke ring combo are lethal against the foes!!! 

For the monsters in game, here are them:

Godzilla 1989, the one whom is used in the story mode
Godzilla 1995 and 2014, both playable in the gauntlet mode against a monster after other, but they need to be unlocked after getting the true ending of the game

Jet Jaguar
King Ghidorah
Mechagodzilla 1974
Mechagodzilla 1992
Mechagodzilla 2003

Mothra larva

Mothra imago

Gigan Final Wars




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