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Rampage 2: Universal Tour; March Game of the Month
Topic Started: Feb 29 2016, 04:40 PM (348 Views)
stinger9142
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After many nominations and near wins, Rampage 2 is finally our winner.


I personally never owned a Rampage game of my own. However, I frequently rented and borrowed them. Simple gameplay but funny and entertaining :lol:

I wouldn't mind playing a round or two at the moment as a mater of fact :yeah:
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Retro Junkie
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I recently purchased this about a little over a week ago. I have been saving it with the expectation that it would be the March game of the month. Ready to play!!
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stinger9142
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Well that worked out amazingly well for you :yeah:
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EnvyFox
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Yes! It finally won! :w00t:

Now that I think about it, I'm not exactly sure why I was so dead set on voting the game in. I mean it IS an awesome game that it worthy of Game of the Month, but I barely played the N64 version. Most of my time and memories with the game happened on the PS1. Then again, I don't remember either one being less fun to play than the other, so I guess it doesn't really matter. :lol:

Congrats to Rampage 2: Universal Tour! It may be an overly simple game, but it never got boring for me. :yeah:
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Retro Junkie
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I am finding it a nice little arcade time waster. This is my first experience in playing the game, ever. I love arcade gaming. I never saw or played this game back during the arcade days. It is good for a time when you want to just kick back and play something, but you don't know what.
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breeding_fear
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Bought recently a cartridge of the first game.. Rampage: World Tour..
To be honest i was bored quickly..
Won't buy the second game..
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TofuJunky87
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Never played this game or the other Rampage title. Didn't really seem to strike my fancy when watching videos of it but it looks like a good game for short spurts to just turn your brain off and have some fun without too much thought. I may add them to my collection if I find it for a cheap price locally. But I'm not actively seeking a copy...
Current 64 Collection: Grey, Jungle, Fire, Ice, Smoke, Watermelon, Grape, Gold, JP Blue/Clear, Daiei Hawks
Current Game Count: 324
Current Controller Count: 32

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Durnaxe
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After Playing this again for take the stage thread I find it fun for really short bursts since there is not much depth to this game.

Also I find this game frustratingly hard (and I wouldn't call myself bad at games).
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Ready to lay the smack down in Pokken!
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