Rampage: Total Destruction

 
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Product Description

Rampage: Total Destruction offers a fresh take on an arcade classic complete with everyone's favorite monsters: George, Lizzie, and Ralph, along with a variety of new monsters to collect and play. Virtually everything in the environment can be damaged, broken, and utterly destroyed with plenty of hilarious results. Aided by power-ups, the Rampage: Total Destruction monsters are capable of acquiring a number of upgrades throughout the course of a single campaign. Players can annihilate cities all over the world in either one or two player mode, in this reinvention of the Midway classic. Hidden power-ups - Collect health, rage, score multipliers, damage multipliers, strength increasers, opponent freeze, speed ups and more

Built upon the wildly popular Rampage game originally offered on the NES system, the newly released Rampage Total Destruction for the Wii console is sure to please your most destructive appetites.

Game Storyline
In Rampage Total Destruction, you take on the role of mutated giant monsters created by the unscrupulous Scum Labs


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corporation (operating under the guise of a harmless soft drink company). Your goal is to progress through a series of cities around the glove, and in the process, destroy as much of the cities as possible in an effort to locate all the other captive monsters. If that seems like too much to handle, first try the included bonus content that contains the original Rampage, and Rampage World Tour games.

Gameplay
Rampage Total Destruction features four main game modes. The first, is a campaign mode, where one or two players work to progressively take out cities around the world. In each city, the players destroy the city, unlock new characters, and unlock the four special abilities for each monster.

The second and third modes, King of the City, and King of the World, are competitive modes where up to four players compete. In King of the City, players strive to rule a city by dominating the most districts. King of the World is a series of King of the City competitions across various cities. Finally, the fourth mode, a time trial mode, exists where a player tries to destroy all the districts of a city in an allotted amount of time.

Rampage Total Destruction capitalizes on the previous Rampage releases by allowing you to play 30 different monsters, each with their own unique destructive attributes. When you feel the need to exercise those destructive tendencies, just choose one of the characters, proceed to roam through 7 major cities around the globe, and destroy everything in your path.

Features:
  • Along with the 3 original monsters from Rampage, players can find, unlock, and play over 20 collectable monsters
  • Includes 10 destructible cities all equipped with free roaming areas, just ripe for mayhem
  • Monsters can walk through the streets, alleys, sidewalks and go between buildings. Pick up and throw various objects such as cars and helicopters to cause damage on either buildings or opponents
  • The Rampage experience is always best when played with a friend - Total Destruction will allow two players to compete or cooperate as they battle through the levels
  • Each monster will have a health bar and a rage meter - As the monster does damage to the environment, his rage meter will gradually increase until it fills up and his super move is unleashed

Customer Reviews:

  • Oldie but goodie
    Used to play a similiar game in the arcade many years ago. Wtih the use of multiplayer this is a good group/party game. Really enjoy playing this with a group....more info
  • kids LOVE it
    Kids love this. 17 year old as well as 9 year old. We have friends asking to come over to play it! ...more info
  • My favorite game at the arcade as a kid...
    I got this Wii game for my nine year old daughter knowing how much I liked this game as a kid. It has all the versions including the original arcade version with old school controls. It took a long time to get used to the Wii control when played with the motion movements of the Wii. The games made by Nintendo use this technology the best but after a while I did get the hang of it. It has all the versions of Rampage which is a bonus....more info
  • Not as good as the NES Version
    Ok im going to make this short and sweet, this game has good graphics, no issuse there. But where the issues come in, it's about the crappy camera angel, which could never happen for the NES Version, and the gameplay is poop

    Please vote this as a helpfull review! ...more info
  • RAMPAGE
    This game is fun at first. Its exciting that they decided to bring back an old classic. Heres the problem. Its the same thing over and over and over and over and...... you get the point. I guess the problem is that I'm not 7 anymore so it takes a game with more depth to keep my interest....more info
  • Eh...
    It was better on the Commodore 64. Graphics are so-so, and the gameplay makes little sense....more info
  • Launch day Junky goodness
    This game utilizes the Wii motion sensor controls very little. While graphically ok, the gameplay just isn't there. Rampage TD was a repetitive, unoriginal, and honestly boring game.

    Sadly, I anticipated this title most amongst launch day titles, even more than Zelda, for nostalgia purposes. Soon after, I anticipated selling this title most amongst the other launch titles. Rent, do not buy this pile of junk!...more info
  • Worth the money, great fun
    Wanting to find a game to replace "War of the Monsters" that we had borrowed for our PS2, I came across this game. I bought it for my 9 year old son, without much feedback from game review sites. Both my husband and son love the game and while the controls may not be as easy to use as a traditional game controller would be, it definitely doesn't detract enough from it to reduce it's rating. If you're used to using a Wiimote for playing, it's just fine. Very happy consumer on this one....more info
  • Gets Old Quick
    This game is entertaining the first few times through but I can't image that this can be entertaining too many times through. Its the same smashing buildings until your face turns blue....more info

 

 
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