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Rampart

Rampart (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Real-Time Strategy
Developer: Tengen

Publisher
Region
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NA
01/??/1992
JP
11/29/1991
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Reader Reviews

Rampart review

Reviewed April 25, 2004

kingbroccoli says: "Rampart is a simple little NES game with only one objective given to you, shoot anything that belongs to your opponent! The game puts you in charge of a castle and a few cannons and lets you take it from there, the only problem is that everything is extremely repetitive, you'll find yourself doing the same things over and over (which is actually what you're doing) and getting bored in quite a big hurry. It's not the ideal way a person would want to spend their well-earned spare time. "
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