War of the Monsters (PS2 Gameplay)


War of the Monsters (PS2) – Characters: Ultra V vs. Congar – Map: Midtown Park

The game is set in the aftermath of an alien invasion of Earth where their hazardous fuels have spawned giant monsters that battle one another in city environments. The game pays homage to Kaiju and 1950s Science fiction films.
In War of the Monsters, players take the roles of large monsters in city environments. The game plays as a fighting game yet works differently than the traditional one-on-one structured rounds. Instead, fights can include up to 4 players in a four-way simultaneous fighting structure. The camera is in third person perspective, allowing the player to focus solely on their character.
Monsters have two status bars in each game, health and stamina. Like the standard fighting game formula, every time a monster takes damage, their overall Health bar drops until it is completely depleted, resulting in player defeat. Stamina determines how much energy a monster can attack with. The bar drops if a monster picks up another foe or performs a ranged attack. If the bar is full, a monster can perform special attacks, whereas if the bar is completely drained, they become temporarily immobilized.
Also unlike most fighting games, players are allowed to roam freely within the city area, which allows climbing of jumping from buildings and cliffs. Monsters can use the environment to deal out damage to their foes by making weapons of various objects found within the city, such as vehicles and rubble as projectiles, steel girders and stone columns as clubs and radio antennae as a spear to impale others, temporarily stunning them. There are also some environment pick-ups, which can increase health or stamina, appearing as green or blue orbs and floating radioactive signs. Buildings can be destroyed if a monster directly attacks or is thrown into it. In some cities, taller buildings can topple over sideways that can crush other monsters, killing them instantly. In the Adventure mode, along with a series of set fights with other monsters, boss battles are also present. They are much larger than the standard playable monsters and required certain strategies to defeat. “Tokens” can also be earned through Adventure mode, which can be spent at the “Unlocks” shop to unlock more cities, monsters, and monster skins. And you also can unlock mini-games like dodge ball or city destruction.
Multiplayer options allow 2 players via split-screen, which can be set to merge into one screen when both players a close enough to fit on the same screen.

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  1. nillson the irsh 9 July, 2020 at 16:36 Reply

    1:45 I alway wondered why a gorilla was losing to a prey mantis. Then I remembered prew mantis have strength 10x their body weight.

  2. Peksi Sarvinen 9 July, 2020 at 16:36 Reply

    This game was the bitch. A buddy got it when we were in middle school. Borrowed it from him several times, just to smash the buildings and throw other monsters across the maps and see stuff explode. Great game, definitely should've gotten a sequel.

  3. DeadAvacodos 9 July, 2020 at 16:36 Reply

    I just remembered this game out of nowhere I rly don’t remember much as a kid playing but fighting over buildings took me a while to find it I wish they would remake it this was my favorite game

  4. Don't know 9 July, 2020 at 16:36 Reply

    I used to play this game with a friend, we played the game like every day we both lived in a apartment building and were really close, we couldn't read because we were basically 6 or 5 we just called the game the big ape and robot maybe 2 years later we lost the game and we slowly grew distant and now I'm 18 and I might just buy the game off Ebay and invite my friend over to surprise him and maybe even get back as friends

  5. Playno 9 July, 2020 at 16:36 Reply

    omg I've been searching for the name of this game for so long. I used to play this all the time when I was a kid. ah man the memories

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