Summary: Growing up in the 90's, I played Rampage World Tour every chance I got when my dad would take me to the local arcade. It's a shame not many arcades are around anymore. I never even knew there was an original Rampage game until I saw it featured on the Total Destruction game. It also comes with Rampage World Tour. The only one I have yet to play is Rampage Universal Tour which I plan on buying soon.
Summary: You may be familiar with Rampage - an old arcade game where you play a giant monster and destroy cities for points. This is a dedicated home version of that IDEA, but with vastly improved graphics and many many more levels and monsters. It's still the basic gameplay - pick a monster, destroy buildings and try to maximize your points. Levels have objectives that are often very hard to meet.
Summary: The game was in better condition than described. It even had instructions! I did wonder that there was no location listed that it was being sent from, but it showed up in reasonable time. I would use the company again. Plus, my 8yr old has fun playing 'old school'. Arcade version!
The most fun you can have without actually scaling a building and eating humans! RAWR!
5 January 2013
Summary: For those of us who remember playing Rampage on the NES, THIS is a wild blast to the past. It has far more characters for your destructive delight, better graphics, and a little depth. The story is silly (not stupid, funny!) Unfortunately control responses are a bit slow, and entering alleys is a bit groggy, but who cares: IT'S RAMPAGE!!
Summary: It's fun for a while, but then it just gets a little harder each level which isn't the problem. The problem is that it never seems new...it's sort of like Grand Theft Auto, how many times can you steal a car and run over people? So I played this game for a few days, destroyed a bunch of buildings, ate a bunch of people, then relegated it back to the shelf and went back to some of my other games.