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Rampage 2: Universal Tour

Rampage 2: Universal Tour (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Action
Developer: Avalanche Software
More Platforms: Game Boy Color, Nintendo 64


Staff Reviews

Rampage 2: Universal Tour review (Nintendo 64)

Review date unknown

Jason Venter says: "Any area starts with a timer that ticks down toward monster Armageddon, and you have to destroy every building before that happens or else planes will come through dropping bombs that cut short your adventure. You can pick up clocks to delay the blessed event, but really the most effective technique is to just work fast at the wanton destruction. Otherwise, it doesnít take long to plow through your reserves on a particularly large city."
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Reader Reviews

Rampage 2: Universal Tour review

Reviewed March 08, 2004

falsehead says: "Rampage World Tour, by anyoneís standards a pretty crummy game. Poor graphics, terrible sound, amazing one button gameplay, repetitive, monotonous and rendered totally unchallenging buy the inclusion of infinite continues. Yet I have an enormous amount of affection for this game? Do I have no standards at all? Well Iím not going to make out this is some kind of neglected classic cos it ainít. What it is though is an immensely satisfying slice of brain fluff, great for relieving stress and irrita..."
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