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5.8 out of 10

Monster Madness: Grave Danger

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Overall 5
5.0

Monster Madness: Grave Danger

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Pros: Mostly excellent monster designs, You get to go to hell, Chopping zombies with a lawnmower
  • Cons: Multiplayer is too frantic, Yet not worth playing alone, Looks, plays like a budget game
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Overall 7
7.2

Monster Madness: Grave Danger

ztgd.com
27 January 2011
  • Excerpt: The new and improved zombie slasher. A little over a year ago we were treated […]
  • Pros: + New challenges are fun, + Tons of new outfits, + Online co-op
  • Cons: Annoying glitches, Voice chat is a chore, Missing content
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Monster Madness: Grave Danger Review

VideoGamer.com
29 April 2009
  • Excerpt: Unreal Engine 3 powered visuals, a ton of monsters and a Geometry Wars-style control system sounds like a recipe for a highly entertaining PS3 game, but sadly for Monster Madness: Grave Danger that's not the case at all. This enhanced version of the Xbox 360 and PC game Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia is better for the changes, but released over a year later into a more mature next-gen marketplace it seems even more dated and underwhelming than before.
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Overall 6
5.8
Graphics 5
5.0
Sound 7
6.6
Control 8
7.8
Addiction 4
4.4

Monster Madness: Grave Danger Review

Cheat Code Central
7 March 2009
Overall 6
6.0

Monster Madness: Grave Danger

Playstation Illustrated
24 February 2009
  • Excerpt: Monster Madness: Grave Danger is a spruced-up re-release of Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia , a game that wasn't well received when it was originally released on the Xbox 360. Although Grave Danger makes a few key adjustments, they aren't much of an improvement. Grave Danger doesn't look great, but it has a great sense of style. Not every game needs to look like a Pixar movie, it just needs to have personality and a good design sense, and Grave Danger fits the bill.
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Overall 4
4.1

Monster Madness: Grave Danger

The Gamers Temple
12 December 2008
  • Excerpt: Zombies Ate My Neighbors. Those four words are all it took to get me interested in Monster Madness. If that doesn't make any sense, I assure you that my neighbors are alive and well; Zombies Ate My Neighbors was an SNES game in which you chose one or two (or maybe three) characters and blasted through suburbia with crazy weapons and all the while, a never-ending army of zombies tried to get at your brain.
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Overall 6
5.8

Monster Madness: Grave Danger

Strategy Informer
2 October 2008
  • Conclusion: The gameplay is in very short bursts too, so you never really get into the game's atmosphere. You're simply set a task, you complete it, cut-scene, start over - which is exactly why if it was available as a budget downloadable title then it would have suited that kind of stop/start gameplay perfectly. However, when I pay top dollar for my game I want immersion, atmosphere: I want to be part of something. With Monster Madness: Grave Danger, you never are.
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Overall 6
6.0

Monster Madness: Grave Danger review (PS3)

HonestGamers
21 September 2008
  • Excerpt: with corpses other than slightly homosexual-looking guys in body-tight red jumpsuits made from latex, then your choices are already pretty limited.
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Overall 5
5.0

Monster Madness: Grave Danger Review

Modern-Gamer.com
10 September 2008
  • Excerpt: In this top down arcade styled shooter equal parts of horror B-Movies and old school video game techniques are combined in an attempt to make a slightly fun game.
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Overall 6
5.9
Gameplay 6
5.7
Graphics 5
5.4
Sound 7
6.5
Multiplayer 6
6.0
Control 7
7.0
Addiction 6
6.0

Expert Review

PSX Extreme
29 August 2008
  • Excerpt: Simplistic downloadable titles such as Rocketmen, Commando 3, and other arcade/arcade-inspired titles are quickly becoming more and more common. Monster Madness: Grave Danger is one of the newest games part of this trend, but it isn't a downloadable game. While Xbox 360 owners have been playing Monster Madness for a while now, the PlayStation 3 version of the game has only recently arrived and while there are some redeeming qualities, the overall package falls short of...
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