In Rampage three people can play at once, each player being a different giant monster that terrorizes cities throughout North America.

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The characters you play were once ordinary people until they were mutated into the game's monsters: George, the giant ape; Lizzie, the giant lizard; and Ralph, the giant wolf. George was mutated after swallowing mega-vitamins, Lizzie was mutated after bathing in a radioactive lake, and Ralph was mutated after eating sausage scam. The mutants' goal is to destroy every city which they come upon. The game has 768 days of destruction and some of them are alike. The players move from city to city destroying skyscrapers and various vehicles and eating people that get in the way. Health is awarded at startup and during the game by putting quarters in. Health is decreased by being shot by National Guardsmen, being hit by another monster, falling, being hit by cops or tanks, going underwater, being struck by lightning, or by eating something bad, like dynamite. Health is replenished by eating food found in the buildings. Once all buildings in a city have been destroyed, the monsters move onto ... Written by Shawn Watson

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October 1986 (USA) See more »

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Super Sized Fun
30 March 2018 | by hellraiser7See all my reviews

This is another childhood gem of mine and is one of my honorable mentions in favorate video games. Super sized monster movies has always been one of my favorate sub genres in horror I love the "Godzilla" films, "Tremors", "Them", "Kong: Skull Island", "Q the Winged Serpant" etc. it always had tremendous appeal to it. This game was a real treat to fans of that sub genre and just anyone that feels the need to destroy things or simply playing as the monster for once.

I like the designs of all three charcters whom are all unique, Ralph a giant Werewolf, Lizzie a giant Lizard, and George a giant ape both Lizzie and George obviously homages to "Godzilla" and "King Kong". You can play yourself but it's even more fun playing with two other people which increases the amount of destruction and fun. Though you can also fight each other if you want, though it would drain your health so only do it if all three of you know what your getting into.

There really isn't much to it this is the kind of game where you simply turn your brain off and have fun and theirs nothing wrong with that.

, you just simply go from city to city and destroy everything in your path, that's it it wasn't called "Rampage" for nothing. I like the designs of each of the cities all of there are unique and each is always a different chalange.

You have this tremendous freedom to simply destroy the buildings anyway you want which I really like. You can punch at the middle to destroy most of the midsection and side of a building, though punching the bottom of the foundation diagonally down will gurentee a faster collapse. You get to destroy and swat at hellecopters, bombers, and smash tanks which are a real nucence in that game as they pack a wallop.

For the soilders you eat them as well as regular citizens and sometimes a piece of meet to keep your life bar up. Though whatever you do don't touch anything electrical or even eat the tollet that will drain your health let alone really disgusting.

So for anyone seeking vintage video game classics or even a fan of Super Sized Monster movies this game packs a punch for you. "Rampage" is super sized fun.

Rating: 3 and a half stars

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