Reviews and Problems with Monster Madness: Grave Danger
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Fast and fun
Book Lover, Amazon
16 September 2015
Summary: A lot of fun. It's not the most complex game in the world. The characters and their "teen talk" can get nervy, but there's a lot of action. Fast, fun, and easy to play, it's a great game for a rainy weekend. Don't spend a lot and it's worth it.
Summary: This game reminds me of a game I used to have a few years ago - I think it was called "Zombies Ate My Neighbors". I've only played the demo version, but I intend to buy the full game in a few days - I liked it a lot.
Summary: This game is pretty fun. If you like zombie movies, then you'll probably enjoy this game on some level. It's not a scary Resident Evil style game, but it fills all your horror cravings for the PS3 in a more lighthearted sort of way.
Summary: I tried the demo of this game, and fell in love with it. I bought it for a great price (10 dollars plus shipping). It has a fun, classic feel to the game play, and even though it may be more "kiddie-centric", it really has some gameplay value for older players (I'm 35!).
Summary: Monster Madness is a comic hack n slash. If you've ever played Zombies Ate My Neighbours by Konami, you'll feel right at home - the only difference is that instead of saving neighbours, you'll just be fighting off hordes of scary creatures b-movie style.