Conclusion: Overall Monster Madness is a solid entry into a genre that has so far not seen a lot of life on Xbox 360. It's the type of game that is fun in bursts if you’re playing by your self, but is really designed to be played with friends. If you are looking for a good co-op game to play with friends then it's definitely worth checking out. If your one of those people looking for the next action title to hold you over to Halo 3 comes out then you should probably skip this one.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Monster Madness should be a great fun game, if a little simplistic. Sadly, SouthPeak have scored a few own goals with difficulty, power-ups and a lack of online co-op. Monster Madness is more parts frustration than fun, but worth a shot if you have a group of friends who really can't get enough Zombie mashing action.
Conclusion: While it was never going to be a contender for Game of the Year, Monster Madness has failed to deliver in nearly every sense. It could have been worse, but by the same token it could have been a whole lot better.
Conclusion: I really like Monster Madness . With that out in the open you can either bear with me or turn tail because there are a lot of people who don't. In fact, if you go by the review average, most people absolutely hate it. Make no mistake, the game is flawed and there are some glaring issues but, in the end, personality and charm is a winning formula.
Summary: Although the Xbox 360 is home to some of the world’s best games, for many players they’re just too damned tough; whether it’s Halo 2’s bewildering battles or the clairvoyant snipers in Gears Of War, 360 games often value realism over entertainment, alienating the casual players who’ve flocked to Nintendo’s Wii in droves. But for something less extreme, Monster Madness is a simple joy.