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Innovation & Design

Rampage: Total Destruction


When Rampage was nearly released nearly 20 years ago, it provided a great guilty pleasure. When the sequel, Rampage: World Tour, was released a few years later, it provided a decent fan service to those who loved the series, but didn't really change too much. Now, ten years down the road, we're back again with Rampage: Total Destruction, and while the game continues its multiplayer mayhem on a new platform, one can't help but think it's the same old thing all over again. Some parts are still satisfying, and it's a wise move on Midway's part to include the older versions, but some control problems come into play, and the game gets old way too quickly. What Rampage needs is a good, strong jolt of power, kinda like the ones the monsters get hitting electric signs.


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