First look at Godzilla for PlayStation 3

Resurrecting the soul of special effects.

Godzilla

Famitsu has gone up with its first online preview of Bandai Namco’s newly announced Godzilla game for PlayStation 3.

The mission-based action game will have players destroying various buildings and weapons as the 50 meter beast while resurrecting the soul of movie special effects.

From the film’s tint to its camera angles, and to the explosion of gunpowder and so on, the game promises to reproduce the special effects of years past.

When Godzilla first appeared in Tokyo in 1954, he was taken down by the “Oxygen Destroyer” secret weapon. But he’s since resurfaced. And using his overwhelming power, players will advance through stages and terrorize the city’s people.

Have a look at Godzilla’s heat ray, tail swing, kick, and jab below.

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Godzilla is due out in Japan this winter.

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