It's pretty good, but I have a couple grips. The dialogue is a bit silly at times, stuff like "so whatever it is, it's not friendly," and the random usage of Japanese phrases. Don't get me wrong, I totally understand why a Japanese family would use random phrases in their first language, especially if they're only just learning English, but it still feels a little awkward when "Yatta!" pops up before a bunch of English dialogue. Perhaps you could make the English a bit more broken? Maybe?
Despite how silly the dialogue is ("My God, it's worse than we thought!"), I bet it was intentional, which is totally fine, perhaps it's a call back to the monster movies of the fifties?
Overall it was pretty good. The fight scene was pretty decent and the story could work as the film you intend it to be. You might want to revise a couple lines so they sound less awkward, but that's about it, really. GG
Okay, I added both Godzilla: Battle Legends and Kaiju Daikessen (I wrote them both in the same paragraph, seeing how they both use similar assets and game mechanics and such). Thoughts on what I wrote? What needs to be changed?
Any time Godzilla's knocked back by the opponent (running into them, aftermath of an enemy attack), he briefly spits out a little blood. This doesn't happen to Super Godzilla himself; he just flinches.
Hey, I binge-watched the first season of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure yesterday and I must say, it's very good so far. Though I feel a burning hatred toward Dio. He's extremely despicable, especially for what he did to Danny.
In the beginning, there was darkness and destruction. Then came the twenty crystals. Objects of immense and incredible power believed to have been made from the very will and cosmic power of all the universe itself. Said to know every secret and study of every world known and unknown throughout the universe. Some believe, that to possess even one of these crystals, he will have gained the powers of God. There are seven which represented light and all things good in the universe and thirteen which represent darkness and all other things in the universe. Where they came from and what their purpose was, nobody knew. Yet as endless eons have passed, The Legend of the Twenty Stones had started to fade and eventually disappear forever.
No. Not quite. This is just a message from my blog I figured I would add to gain attention. The reason I added it here is because you were one of the first people who placed a message on my Message Wall. I added a similar message in a reply on my message wall but I didn't get a response. Basically the reason I added this was because I just wanted to know how you would react because I just needed someone to notice so that maybe I could ask for some advice to improve my story more. Sorry if you weren't really expecting that.