Reviews and Problems with Rampage: Total Destruction
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Sam99 , GameStop
29 December 2011
Summary: This game is great because it has plenty of playable monsters and is challenging the only downfalls are that there isn't many levels but the levels take FOREVER to beat and once you get far enough it is just same old same old ,there isn't much change. I would recomend this game to anyone who likes blowing up things and destroying/demolishing everything.
Summary: I used to own this when I was little, but I sold it a little after. So my friend invited me to his house cuase he said he found it after 3 years or so and wanted me to come over and try it with him. HUGE MISTAKE! This games graphics are horrible. The sound is pretty good. But the thing that bugs me the most is that there is NO piont in it. All you do is destroy buildings, eat people, and chuck cars, THATS ABOUT IT. Do not buy this game, not worth any amount of money.
Summary: It may look goofy and like a little kid's game but its far from that! You can chose through a lot of mutants, including a cyclops or a giant bat! It evn comes with 2 of the older rampage games (which i luved 2 play at arcades). Its fun because you can visit different cities and smash them up! U can evn eat ppl! It is also fun 2 play with a friend because it causes more chaos!
Summary: A long time ago I had a simple game that I could play and have fun with on my Commodore 64. After a few incarnations and a long sabbatical they released basically the same game with updated graphics. Rampage: TD tries to offer more than the games of yesteryear, but doesn't deliver a roaring success. The core is still the same.
Für das kleine destruktive Spielchen zwischendurch.
16 March 2008
Summary: Superrealistische Shooter sind ja die eine Sache. Aber wie wäre es zwischendurch einmal wieder mit einem guten alten Arcade-Game? Einfach einmal wieder ein bischen kuzweilige Action zwischendurch, ohne dass man gleich wieder studenlang vor dem Bildschirm hängen muss (wenn man will aber kann ;-)). Natürlich das Ganze in einem zeitgemäßen "Grafikgewand". Klingt gut? Dann könnte Rampage Total Destruction etwas sein.
Summary: In Rampage: Total Destruction darf der Spieler (oder 2 Spieler) in eines von 30 Monstern schlüpfen und verschiedene Stadteile dem Erdboden gleich machen. Dies geschieht durch Treten gegen Häuserwände, Einschlagen von Mauern und Fenstern, Herumspringen auf den Dächern, oder Werfen von Gegenständen auf die Fundamente.