The older Godzilla gets the more nostalgic I become and the more of my past and Godzilla’s history I want to remember. Back in the 80s and 90s, certain Godzilla collectibles were out of reach but were etched in my memory and as a result hold as special place in how I see Godzilla. On the back of one of my oldest Godzilla books, 3D怪獣全集: Monsters Catalogue in 3D, was a classic Bandai ad for its line of Godzilla and Ultraman vinyl figures along with games and remote control robots. It never failed to work up my desire for more stuff. I found and bought some items from my favorite shop Rocketships & Accessories. Others, I would find many years later. In the late 90s, Sean Linkenback’s An Unauthorized Guide to Godzilla Collectibles told me what I needed to know about my collection and all that was missing from it. Over the last year, I’ve comeback to his book to do research those missing items from my collection because they are more readily available today than over the last 30 years. Slowly, I’ve acquired select pieces that I couldn’t take my eyes off for many years ago. One such item I purchased recently after passing it by over and over again on Mandarake.co.jp until now. That collectible is the Bandai Godzilla Computer War Electronic Board Game (バンダイ ゴジラ コンピュータ•ウォーゲーム 03) released in 1984.