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Rampage: Total Destruction

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Overall 6
Gameplay 6
Graphics 6
Sound 6
Control 3
Addiction 8

Rampage: Total Destruction

Nintendo World Report
18 May 2006
  • Summary: Giant monsters attack buildings and eat people. Again.
  • Pros: Classic Rampage gameplay, Cooperative two-player campaign, Tons of stuff to unlock and tasks to accomplish
  • Cons: Redundant with earlier Rampage games, Slow, unresponsive controls, Very repetitive game design
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Rampage: Total Destruction Review

18 May 2006
  • Excerpt: The only thing more depressing than a remake of a classic game that isn't very good is a remake of a classic game that simultaneously isn't good on its own merits, and also manages to bring you to the realization that the classic game on which it's based isn't as good as you remember it being.
  • Pros: Lots of creatively designed monsters, Plenty of cities to play through in both single- and multiplayer, Only $20
  • Cons: Core action is relentlessly button-mashy and devoid of depth, Very little variety to the environments, Overly repetitive sound effects, Monster-on-monster combat is almost nonexistent
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