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Rampage: Total Destruction

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Overall 7
6.5

Rampage: Total Destruction

ztgd.com
24 January 2011
  • Excerpt: Destruction has become a familiar term with Wii owners so far.
  • Pros: -Lots To Unlock, -Mindless Fun, -Two Classic Rampage Games Packed In
  • Cons: Control Issues, Even With The Wiimote, Can Grow Repetitive
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Overall 5
4.6
Graphics 4
4.0
Sound 4
4.0
Control 2
2.0
Addiction 5
5.0

Rampage: Total Destruction Review

Cheat Code Central
6 June 2008
Overall 5
5.0

Rampage: Total Destruction

Strategy Informer
30 March 2008
  • Conclusion: Overall, Rampage: Total Destruction only proves one thing for the franchise – it’s probably better off left in the past. While it is certainly entertainment for a quick fifteen minutes or so, the games repetitive, generic gameplay doesn’t make for a worthwhile purchase. Likewise, the games controls are something of a insult to what the Wii is fully capable of, and certainly don’t justify the purchase.
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Rampage: Total Destruction – Review

GameCritics.com
26 March 2008
  • Excerpt: Rampage may be unique among videogame franchises in that, across six titles and twenty years, not a single one of them has ever actually been a good game. No, Rampage has squeaked by on the strength of its premise alone. Of course, it's pretty darn good premise. Moderately large monsters (more King Kong sized than Godzilla sized) wander around a city, destroying every building they pass for no particular reason. It sounds like it ought to be a lot of fun. But it's not.
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Overall 7
6.8

Rampage: Total Destruction

The Gamers Temple
30 January 2008
  • Excerpt: By Kevin "Berserker" Hall About a year back, Rampage: Total Destruction was released for Gamecube and Playstation 2 for the budget price of $19.99. Now it is available for Wii with an RRP of $29.99. Are the Wii extras special enough to justify that $10 price difference? Well, if you're a Rampage fan then, maybe, but if you aren't then probably not.
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Rampage Total Destruction

hardware heaven
2 December 2007
  • Excerpt: Back before home consoles took the world by storm, arcades reigned supreme. Gamers could head to their local game plaza with a pocketful of quarters without a care in the world, but games have evolved significantly since the 80s. Rampage was a smash hit back in the day as three monsters wreaked havoc over a series of cities, and at the time this mindless button mashing was a great source of entertainment.
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Rampage: Total Destruction

Video Game Generation
18 September 2007
  • Excerpt: The downside to the Wii’s GameCube-like architecture is that it’s very easy to port to, quickly turning it into a way for publishers to make a quick buck on ports of last-gen titles. A quick glance at the system’s release list certainly attests to that fact. The upside is that it also means the system will have several games we already know are good at launch, with budget prices typically unheard of for a launch lineup.
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Overall 3
3.0
Design 5
5.0
Gameplay 2
2.0
Graphics 5
5.0
Sound 1
1.0

Expert Review

Game Freaks 365
17 January 2007
  • Excerpt: For a multi-console video game appearing on Wii to be worth picking up, it has to intrigue the player with controls that are more fun or simple to use than those on the standard control pad. That’s how a Wii game becomes a success. To beat a dead horse, games like Zelda: Twilight Princess, Trauma Center: Second Opinion, and Rayman Raving Rabbids are as fun as they are because of their Wii-specific controls.
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Expert Review

CVG
9 December 2006
  • Excerpt: As we saw early in the Nintendo DS life, Publishers rushed to bring games they had released on other platforms to Nintendo's newest handheld platform. Instead of working on redoing the gameplay, thus making the touch screen features of the game meaningful, we got the same game with strange touch screen additions. Some gave us menus, others forced key gameplay controls to be on the touch screen—when it could have been easier mapped to a key.
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Review – Rampage: Total Destruction (Wii)

videolamer
5 December 2006
  • Conclusion: Overall, not very fun past the thirty minute mark. At least it was just a port and not a Wii-exclusive.
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