Rampage: Total Destruction: Gamecube & PS2 Game Review
Courtesy of Midway
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
, 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