Reviews and Problems with Rampage: Total Destruction
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3 January 2012
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.
Summary: On the Plus Side: It's $20, tops. You do get to have a wide variety of monsters, and some of them have interesting quirks... you have to play it to see. It takes the basic idea of the classic (which is included, along with the next generation world tour rampage, also a plus), and puts it into 21st century graphics, which are done well. Control is pretty smooth. Nothing is worse than characters that are hard to control.
Summary: My two boys (six and four)love this game. The graphics are great, and it's a lot of fun to be able to switch monsters and cities. It can get a bit monotonous after a while, though, and I'm not sure that kids much older would be too enthralled with it, since you're basically just knocking down building after building, over and over, although you can also do some other things, like destroy tanks, eat people, and knock down helicopters and planes.