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Rampage World Tour

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Game Boy Color
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Rampage World Tour is a updated version of the classic Rampage. Rampage World Tour starts off at Scumlabs International where three lab technicians, George, Lizzy, and Ralph have mutated in an accident involving toxic waste. George has turned into a gigantic ape, Lizzy a gigantic lizard or dinosaur, and Ralph some sort of gigantic wolf. The three destroy the lab they previously worked at and then embark on a path of destruction encompassing the entire globe.

The player chooses one of these three characters and begins destroying buildings, eating civilians, knocking planes out of the sky, and stepping on tanks. The ultimate goal of the game is to rid the world of Scumlabs by traveling to the cities where they are located. Being creatures of such massive size, there are many cities that must be destroyed along the way. Scumlabs and the various militaries make it a priority to destroy you and optionally another player that can play simultaneously.

The graphics are worth noting as they are of a unique, colorful "cartoon" flavor. Gameplay includes players climb buildings while punching, kicking, and eating their inhabitants to destroy them. Once all the buildings for a particular stage have been destroyed, the stage is clear and players proceed to the next stage. Players can get many different kinds of power-ups that make them more powerful or restore health.


Rampage World Tour Nintendo 64 The Attract mode screens from the arcade version are still intact
Rampage World Tour Nintendo 64 George eats some people
Rampage World Tour Nintendo 64 Nothing left of this city but rubble!
Rampage World Tour Nintendo 64 That mine is a 'Tourist Trap' - punch it, and you'll find heaps of people to munch!

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User Reviews

Great only as a party game Nintendo 64 Matt Neuteboom (941)
A classic game bashing and smashing game! PlayStation Big John WV (25281)

The Press Says

Gaming Entertainment Monthly Windows 1998 81 out of 100 81
Video Games SEGA Saturn Jun, 1998 75 out of 100 75
Power Unlimited Nintendo 64 Jun, 1998 7.3 out of 10 73
Total! (Germany) Game Boy Color Jan, 1999 3 out of 6 60 Game Boy Color Mar 17, 1999 12 out of 20 60
X64 Nintendo 64 May, 1998 59 out of 100 59
IGN PlayStation Oct 28, 1997 5 out of 10 50
GameSpot Nintendo 64 May 04, 1998 5 out of 10 50
Defunct Games SEGA Saturn Apr 24, 2004 38 out of 100 38
GameSpot SEGA Saturn Jan 22, 1998 3 out of 10 30


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