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DOS Games > Arcade Action > R > Rampage for DOS


Genre: Arcade    |     Year: 1988    |     Publisher: Activision    |     Developer: Midway Games West, Inc.
Game Review (written by Wukillah6) Added on: 09/16/2006
A game about mindless destruction of property. Who wouldn't love it? But unfortunately it goes on and on for about 9000 levels so it gets a little tiresome but what game doesn’t. Pick between a giant lizard or a real big ape and just randomly eat innocent people or smash sky-scrappers. Or if you get the feeling then just start bashing the second player. Climb eventually to the top of the buildings and claim supremacy while crushing the not so bright AI in this game as they fearlessly come after you over and over again with everything but the kitchen sink.

There’s not much to say that the game doesn’t already say for itself. The title is rampage and that’s exactly what it is. But eventually all good things must come to an end as your ape or lizard bites the dust, leaving a trail of bodies and broken down buildings in their wake. I don’t know if I'd recommend this game to anyone, its not exactly mind stimulating fun to say the least but I guess if what you want is button mashing to take out some frustration or to keep the kids busy then fine, be my guest, but, if you want to actually have to think while playing a game the only thing you'll
be thinking while playing this game is why did I waste the time to download it. At best this game is sure to keep you busy for 10-15 min before your beating yourself over the head screaming hoping the electricity will go off or that you will be struck with lighting. The irony of the whole thing is after playing this game I was hoping that a giant lizard or a giant ape would come crushing everything around where I lived so I didn’t have to remember the pain of playing this game. But it is what it is an 8-bit arcade/nes game. I'm sure made in the light of today’s technology it maybe a pretty good game but just another example of a game made before its time so it ends up getting the short end of the straw. On a positive note I think when I was 8, this game kept me busy for days on end but I guess most of that is because I thought it had an ending. Whatever you decided to do, just have fun as hard as it maybe to do so and if you have to you can always delete it. I think Rampage gets a big two thumbs down and now that is my opinion. Good bye.
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Jfi3 (05/01/2010)
Rampage is an awesome game! i've been hooked ever since i started playing it! everyone should play this game!
Hyperhawk111 (03/09/2008)
I loved rampage the first time I played it, and even though the newer rampages are flashier, the original is still fantastic.

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