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Rampage (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Action
Developer: Data East


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Rampage review

Reviewed September 07, 2011

JoeTheDestroyer says: "It's understood that many arcade games are repetitive, but most of them packed on the challenge and changed up what variables they could to make each level at least feel different. Such tiny changes keep a game from going stale. Rampage does neither, and suffers for it."
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Rampage review

Reviewed November 01, 2003

retro says: "After watching such movies as ''Frogs'' and ''The Birds'', I'm a firm believer that animals could take over the world if they really wanted to. In 1988, two monstrous members from the animal kingdom did just that on the NES. George, a gorilla that thinks he's King Kong, and Lizzie, a seemingly mutated lizard that walks on two feet, have decided to take over the land of the free. They will destroy every last skyscraper, bank, and small apartment that rest on each of the big cities of the United S..."
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