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Rampage Through Time

Rampage Through Time (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Genre: Action
Developer: Midway

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Released
NA
06/09/2000
EU
09/29/2000
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Reader Reviews

Rampage Through Time review

Reviewed November 26, 2008

Halon says: "Imagine controlling a giant mutant. You move carelessly from city to city, destroying buildings, eating people, and kicking over cars. The military and police department are both out to stop you, but you won’t let them stand in your way. You continue to “rampage” from city to city, causing as much chaos and destruction as possible with hopes of someday destroying the whole world. "
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