Excerpt: Since their debut 20 years ago, George, Lizzie, and Ralph have destroyed the United States., the world, and even the universe. Now they’re joining up with new monsters to get rid of an evil soda company whose toxic soda turned them into the hideous creatures they are today.
Excerpt: is one of those classic franchises that you wish would get better with age. With every new installment, you hope against hope that the old-fashioned glory of the series is reborn, but each time, you realize the days of the "golden oldies" are long gone.
Excerpt: These might not seem like major improvements, but they end up changing how you play the game. Area-specific challenges have also been added that beef up the levels a bit. On top of destroying the buildings and staying alive, you’ll need to meet a certain goal to unlock a new attack.
Conclusion: Conversely, if you never get tired, and I mean never get tired of demolishing buildings, eating helpless people, and virtually just causing endless chaos, you're most likely a violent anarchist - and this might just be the game you’ve been looking for.
Summary: Rampage: Total Destruction isn't going to win any awards, but it's certainly a game which you could put down as a guilty pleasure. This is the Rampage which we've all been waiting for and Midway have certainly delivered the goods.