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Rampage: World Tour

Rampage: World Tour (N64) game cover art
Platform: Nintendo 64
Genre: Action
Developer: Saffire

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03/??/1998
EU
06/??/1998
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Reader Reviews

Rampage: World Tour review

Reviewed July 28, 2007

iamtheprodigy says: "There's a commonly held belief that at least ninety percent of the people who have played Rampage don't have the slightest clue what the story of it is. Most don't understand why they are controlling a giant lizard or monkey or werewolf, and few comprehend why on earth they are destroying popular cities and eating poor, innocent, humans. For most of my gaming life, I was one of these people. Blissfully unaware of why I was doing it, I was killing and destroying left and right. Regretless,..."
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