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Scum Labs is testing a new drink called 'Scum Soda'. However, all thirty test subjects that drank it have transformed into angry, hulking monsters! Most of the monsters have been contained in cryo-tubes and hidden within various cities. However, some monsters, such as George, Lizzie and Ralph, are still free! It's up to you to tear down cities and find the hidden monsters.

Rampage: Total Destruction is an update to the arcade game Rampage. In it, you play as one of thirty furious monsters as you make your way through cities, destroying buildings and eating people for health. Destroying buildings builds up your "Rampage Meter" - when this is full, you'll become super-powered for a while, and be able to destroy things much more quickly. Each level also has a bonus challenge - such as 'Eat ten mimes' or 'Destroy five trams'. If you complete this challenge, your monster will receive a permanent upgrade, such as a roar attack, or a charge punch. At the tenth level of each city, players face off against a boss character, Dr. Vector - if you destroy his dangerous machines as well as levelling the city, you'll receive a bonus.

A new feature of Rampage: Total Destruction is the ability to climb on the front of buildings. Instead of just climbing the sides and standing on the top of buildings, players can now smash the buildings from the front as well. However, there is an added danger to this - people now hurl objects like televisions out their windows in an attempt to try and stop you.

The game also includes two previous games from the series as a bonus - the original Rampage, and Rampage World Tour. These games are emulations of the arcade versions of the game.

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Rampage: Total Destruction PlayStation 2 George and Lizzie, totalling Lancelot's
Rampage: Total Destruction PlayStation 2 Plenty of cities, just waiting to be destroyed!
Rampage: Total Destruction PlayStation 2 ...and the remake, Rampage World Tour
Rampage: Total Destruction PlayStation 2 Kicking like this shatters whole rows, but is less powerful than a punch

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Gamers' Temple, The Wii 2007 68 out of 100 68
Planet GameCube GameCube May 18, 2006 6 out of 10 60
Nintendo Insanity Wii Dec 19, 2006 5.8 out of 10 58
Lawrence Wii Dec 13, 2006 58 out of 100 58
Jeuxvideo.com Wii Jan 19, 2007 9 out of 20 45
Jeuxvideo.com PlayStation 2 May 05, 2005 9 out of 20 45
GamePro (US) Wii Jan 10, 2007 2.25 out of 5 45
VicioJuegos.com Wii Mar 06, 2007 35 out of 100 35
GamePro (US) PlayStation 2 Apr 24, 2006 1.5 out of 5 30
Gamestyle Wii Mar 21, 2007 2 out of 10 20

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A Nintendo DS version was announced, but was ultimately cancelled.

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