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Rampage: Total Destruction: Gamecube & PS2 Game Review

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Looking to do some smashing? This is the game for you! Rampage: Total Destruction lets you become a giant monster and go on a city-smashing spree across the world. It's an update of the old-skool game and this time it's in 3D on the Nintendo Gamecube and Sony Playstation 2. Here's our review!

Rampage: Total Destruction - Smashin' Stuff Around the World!

Grab a controller, turn the game on and listen to how Scum Cola has mutated 30 people into giant monsters. Then pick your fave monster and go bust stuff! There are one and two-player modes, a timed level and monster vs. monster levels. Plus, each monster has four special attacks you can unlock by completing challenges in the levels!

Rampage: Total Destruction - Super Smashination Fun

It's easy to play and totally hilarious! The entire Rampage game is full of jokes, from the random chattering of the wee people to the goofy buildings you can smash up. There are also over 20 wicked-looking monsters to unlock, each with different attack/jump/speed ratings.

Rampage: Total Destruction - Monster Flaws

The biggest problem is that these great big monsters are slow and clumsy! They move slowly and aiming at flying targets is hard thanks to the game being in 3D. The monsters aren't all that different either, they all get the same special attacks!

Rampage: Total Destruction

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