AUTHOR: Bally Midway Manufacturing RELEASE: 1988 TYP: Action SPIELER: 2 LEVEL: 50 SPRACHE: Englisch Partnumber: 27005 EAN: 4974365636258 WERT: 20 Euro

Massenvernichtung hat noch nie so viel Spaß gemacht! Dabei bilden die Arkaden-Superstars Ralph der Wolf, George der Affe und Lizzie die Eidechse eine tolle Zerstörungsbande. Werden Sie wild! Kauen Sie knirschend an Beton. Machen Sie einen Straßenbahnwagen kaputt. Knabbern Sie an einem Soldaten. Nehmen Sie ein Bürogebäude als Mittagessen zu sich. Toben Sie sich aus!

Smash and Trash with Two-Mega Power! Mass destruction has never been so much fun! And arcade superstars Ralph the Wolf, George the Ape, and Lizzie the Lizard make a riotous wrecking crew. So go wild! Crunch the Concrete. Trash a Trolley. Snack on a Soldier. Have an Office Building for Lunch. Go on a RAMPAGE!








I've reviewed this game on so many systems that I'm starting to feel like a broken record. I've never been a big Rampage fan, but I will admit that its premise is awesome. As a kid I always loved watching those cheesy Ultraman shows and Godzilla movies on Saturday afternoons. In the same spirit, Rampage places you in control of a giant ape, wolf, or lizard, wreaking havoc on various city skylines. Two people can play at once, which is always a nice feature. While dismantling buildings you'll have to contend with pesky tanks, helicopters, and snipers in windows. Rampage should be a blast to play, but poor controls and repetitive action really minimize the fun factor. You'll spend much of the time grappling with the poor controls. It's really tricky to climb up the sides the buildings; you'll need to line up your monster almost perfectly to get any traction. Since you can't damage a building until you climb on it, there's no way to touch the first floor, which really stinks. Despite the lousy controls, Rampage is awfully easy, and the games seem to last forever. Since all the stages look and play pretty much the same, the game probably won't hold your interest. I will give Rampage credit for its graphics. This looks like something straight out of the arcade! There are a lot of funny animations and you can even make out the tiny people. A catchy tune loops in the background, but like the game itself, it wears thin. In my opinion Rampage is a brilliantly conceived but poorly executed title. -

I can still remember the day I first bought Rampage for the SMS. I had gone to my local store to buy a different game which they did not have in stock. I browsed through the games they did have, was impressed by the screenshots on the back of the box and took a chance with my hard earned cash. Was it worth it? Read on to find out. RAMPAGE is a 1 or 2 player game that surely has it's roots in the old King Kong movie. You play as 1 of 3 giant mutated animals - Ralph the Wolf, George the Ape or Lizzie the Lizard. Your objective is to clear each screen of buildings. You do this by climbing up them, jumping between them and generally just punching the living daylights out of them. Trying to stop you are army soldiers with guns and rocket launchers, helicopters, tanks and all sorts of other dangers including lightening! ONE of the appeals with Rampage is that you can just pick it up and get into it almost instantly. It's pretty obvious what your task is, and you do attain instant satisfaction from the mindless destruction of it all. Neat little touches such as the ability to increase your health by eating the damsels in distress add to the enjoyment. HOWEVER, it's simplicity is its major shortfall. You soon realise that practically every screen is the same. Sure there's a couple more buildings, different backdrops now and again and an increasing number of enemies but you find the game gets so monotonous that your mind drifts away from your beloved Master System. ONE of the ways this is counteracted is with the simultaneous two player mode. Like a lot of games, there is more enjoyment in you and a buddy both taking charge of one of the giant creatures and creating double the destruction on the poor cities. And when that gets boring you can even get the characters to fight amongst themselves! […] To be honest I was disappointed with Rampage after I'd bought it. At first it seemed like it could be a quality game, but when the novelty of it wears off your left with a very repetitive platformer. It's a very good conversion of the arcade game, but the same faults apply to the original coin-op as well as the Master System version. As a home console game there just wasn't enough variety to recommend it. -

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