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Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee was originally released on the Gamecube in 2002. A year later it was released for the Xbox with additional enhancements and content.
As a fighting game it was just pretty average. However, if you are looking to fight with giant monsters then this just may be the game for you. The plot of the game…well, the plot doesn’t really matter. The point is that you get to pick one monster and fight a bunch of other monsters.
There was also a Game Boy Advance version that was released shortly after the Gamecube version in 2002 titled Godzilla: Domination! A PlayStation 2 version was also planned but was cancelled. I’m not sure what the reason for the cancellation was but I can only assume that sales were not what was hoped for on the other systems.
Front + back game covers and the disc’s front cover for the North American Xbox release of Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee.
This specific version of the game was released on April 16, 2003. There was originally going to be a PAL Xbox version in addition to the NA release, but it was later cancelled for unknown reasons.
Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance was the first Mortal Kombat game in the main series to be released only for home consoles and not in the arcade. It was also the first new Mortal Kombat game in the main series since Mortal Kombat 4 five years previous. The Mortal Kombat series had been put on somewhat of a hiatus do to a string of spinoffs, both in the video game world and outside of it, that failed to live up to expectations. Midway decided to concentrate on “Mortal Kombat 5” and their efforts were well worth it. Deadly Alliance does a good job living up to the Mortal Kombat name though I still prefer the 2D Mortal Kombat games myself.
Deadly Alliance made some significant changes to game play in that each fighter now had their own fighting styles. Previously, every fighter fought pretty much the same except for special moves. However, in Deadly Alliance there were fewer special moves. There were a number of new characters added as well as many that returned from previous games (though notably missing was Liu Kang).
Deadly Alliance was released in 2002 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube and Game Boy Advance. To the best of my knowledge there have been no re-releases so you are still stuck with those choices if you want to play this game.
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Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance (Playstation 2, Xbox, Gamecube, 2002)
Microsoft’s first console