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Forty massive unlockable monsters and seven quaking international cities is a recipe for rubble. Virtually everything in the Rampage: Total Destruction environments can be damaged, broken, and utterly destroyed – enough to put a smile on any (little) monster’s face.

Aided by power-ups, all monsters can be upgraded throughout the course of a single-player campaign, whilst multiple players can either compete or cooperate as they lay entire cities to waste, crushing human resistance to a tasty pulp. (Burp).

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Europe PAL Version

Posted by Sean Aaron

Still Rampaging after all these years...

This game is the latest in a series of Rampage games from Midway stretching back to the mid-80s when Rampage was released in the arcades as the first (and practically only) example of the Giant Monsters Wreaking Havoc genre of video games. To many who...

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