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To conclude, a recommendation is in order for this game. While after about sixty levels, the game does seem repetitive, the game is just packed with action and it never stops unless you decide to take a potty break.
Das anspruchslose Spielhallenkonzept präsentiert sich in kunterbunter Comicgrafik nebst „gewaltiger“ Geräuschkulisse und empfiehlt sich wegen der insbesondere über ein Joypad sehr simplen Steuerung vor allem für jüngere Gambler. VirtueIle Aggressionstherapie für hyperaktive Kids.
Still, Rampage is suffused with all the monster movie fun that was conspicuously lacking in the recent Godzilla film. If you remember feeding quarters to these monsters way back when, you'll want to try this version at least once.
Rampage World Tour works best as a casual time killer. It features a fun concept, and is full of puerile humor and mindless overkill. Still, it runs out of ideas fast, and ends up being as redundant as it is fun. This is pure, pointless arcade action, through-and-through, and while I delighted in it for a short time, I will not be going back to it. For all its roaring, it lacks punch.
But the fact remains that even if you do get the game to work properly, it's minor entertainment at best. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but the gameplay gets old pretty fast, and the generally buggy state of the game as it was released makes it, at best, a dubious purchase.
Rampage's sounds and graphics are solid, though the game looks and plays better in a less-than-full-screen format. Keyboard play?'s a bit awkward, but with a gamepad, it's humongously fun. Time to go break stuff.