Reviews and Problems with Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia
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23 April 2015
Summary: Monster Madness is kind of a spiritual successor to the classic game 'Zombies Ate My Neighbors.' You have these cartoony characters, who go around, and demolish zombies throughout town. But, despite the excellent source of inspiration, this game falls short.
Summary: It's a fact that there is a lack of local multplayer games available. They just don't make games like TMNT (any of then) , Golden Axe , ............ . So I took a risk and tried this one. It's better than expected in some aspects, and not so good at others.
Summary: Another game I got based on a cheap price and other reviews. The one thing that got me excited though was it's throwback homage to Zombies Ate My Neighbor on the SNES. It's not as good as Zombies, but it's okay and warrants a purchase if you can find it under $10.
Summary: this game is a great buy. basically your anyone of 4 teenagers who get thrown into a world of monster madness and have to make it out alive. the game is like an updated zombies ate my nieghbors for this generation. you can fight any monster that was ever created and really have a blast doing it.
Summary: After seeing the bad reviews that were posted about this game I figured I needed to post one that was more accurate! We have had this game for several months, and we have had a blast playing it. It was a CHALLENGING game which some games just are not.