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Rampart on the Game Boy Color is excellent, a great conversion of the arcade for what the system can do. I'm going to have to give a nod to the Atari Lynx version as being the best portable conversion of Rampart - but don't think that Digital Eclipse's rendition is anything to scoff at. The original gameplay is completely intact, and it's still one of the best two-player link-cable games to get for the Game Boy Color.
All Game Guide
While not action packed or a mesmerizing adventure, Rampart provides plenty of gameplay for the gamer on the move, and is immersive in the style of Tetris.
Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames
Une version inférieure d'un point de vue technique à l'édition Lynx, commercialisée quelques années auparavant.
There is a difference between a classic game and a timeless game. Rampart falls in the former category. If you enjoyed playing it back in the day, you will likely enjoy having it in your pocket. However, if you have never touched this game, stay away! Rampart is crusty, especially considering that the GBC will soon host such true strategy titles as Warlocked and Heroes of Might and Magic.