History VideoGame / Rampage

22nd Mar '17 6:17:54 PM GrammarNavi
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* LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'' on {{Nintendo 64}} has two:

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* LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'' on {{Nintendo 64}} UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 has two:
16th Feb '17 11:04:15 PM bt8257
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About [[SequelGap a decade later]] after the first game, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to play as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters.[[note]]there is an extra 10 exclusive characters included in the Wii version [[/note]] A reboot of the series was planned to be released for the Kinect for XBox360 sometime in 2012, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the game never developed past]] [[http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17hyp37cdzykbjpg/original.jpg a piece of concept art.]]

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About [[SequelGap a decade later]] decade]] after the first game, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to play as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters.[[note]]there is an extra 10 exclusive characters included in the Wii version [[/note]] A reboot of the series was planned to be released for the Kinect for XBox360 sometime in 2012, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the game never developed past]] [[http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17hyp37cdzykbjpg/original.jpg a piece of concept art.]]
29th Nov '16 8:04:47 PM KingClark
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In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was originally in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen. Beau Flynn, who previously worked with Dwayne on ''Film/SanAndreas'' will produce the film. The film is expecting a 2017 release.

[[NamesTheSame Not to be confused]] with [[Film/{{Rampage}} the Uwe Boll movie of the same name]].

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In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was originally in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen. Beau Flynn, who previously worked with Dwayne on ''Film/SanAndreas'' will produce the film. The film is expecting a 2017 release.

[[NamesTheSame Not to be confused]] with [[Film/{{Rampage}} the Uwe Boll movie of the same name]].
name]]--although an actual film adaptation of the game has been in development since 2011. Creator/NewLineCinema originally attached John Rickard to direct the project, although he eventually left after the film got stuck in DevelopmentHell. It was later announced in June 2015 that Wrestling/DwayneJohnson would star in the film, with Brad Peyton and Beau Flynn--who previously worked with Johnson on ''Film/SanAndreas''--will respectively direct and produce the film. The film is expecting a 2018 release and will pit Johnson's character against the original three monsters.
6th Nov '16 9:34:25 AM gwarnage
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* TimeMachine: How the plot of ''Through Time'' begins.
6th Nov '16 9:33:05 AM gwarnage
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* BadFuture: Caused in ''Through Time''.
* BadPast: Caused in ''Through Time''.
* BadPresent: Caused in ''Through Time''.


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* TimeTravel: The basic plot of ''Through Time''.
1st Nov '16 6:40:45 PM WillKeaton
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About [[SequelGap a decade later]] after the first game, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to play as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters.[[note]]there is an extra 10 exclusive characters included in the Wii version [[/note]] A reboot of the series was planned to be released for the Kinect for XBox360 sometime in 2012, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the game never developed past]] [[http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17hyp37cdzykbjpg/original.jpg a piece of concept art]].

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About [[SequelGap a decade later]] after the first game, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to play as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters.[[note]]there is an extra 10 exclusive characters included in the Wii version [[/note]] A reboot of the series was planned to be released for the Kinect for XBox360 sometime in 2012, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the game never developed past]] [[http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17hyp37cdzykbjpg/original.jpg a piece of concept art]].
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19th Sep '16 8:32:12 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: In the original ''Rampage'' there were certain people that the monsters could hold in their hand for a short time. George's resembled that girl from ''Film/KingKong''.
** Dr. [[BettyAndVeronica Betty Veronica]]. Having them both as one would solve [[ArchieComics Archie's]] dilemma.

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In the original ''Rampage'' there were certain people that the monsters could hold in their hand for a short time. George's resembled that girl from ''Film/KingKong''.
** Dr. [[BettyAndVeronica Betty Veronica]]. Having them both as one would solve [[ArchieComics [[Franchise/ArchieComics Archie's]] dilemma.
12th Jun '16 12:44:36 AM superkeijikun
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* TimeLimit: There is a finite amount of time to complete each stage before the city is wiped out in an air raid.
8th May '16 9:43:22 PM MrZAP
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The original game presents a simple premise that caries on for the rest of the series. You choose to play as three simultaneous characters George (a Film/KingKong-like {{Expy}}), Lizzy (a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} {{Expy}}), or Ralph ([[OurWereWolvesAreDifferent a giant werewolf]]), [[WasOnceAMan humans mutated into giant monsters]] through radiation linked to the nefarious SCUM Labs. The goal of each level is to destroy each building in the given city before time runs out. Along with that, you are able to eat helpless civilians as well as destroy helicopters, tanks, cars, boats and trains. The game runs on a cycle, as when you reach past level 768 (Plano, Illinois), you return to level one [[AliensInCardiff (Peoria, Illinois)]].

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The original game presents a simple premise that caries carries on for the rest of the series. You choose to play as three simultaneous characters George (a Film/KingKong-like {{Expy}}), Lizzy (a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} {{Expy}}), or Ralph ([[OurWereWolvesAreDifferent a giant werewolf]]), [[WasOnceAMan humans mutated into giant monsters]] through radiation linked to the nefarious SCUM Labs. The goal of each level is to destroy each building in the given city before time runs out. Along with that, you are able to eat helpless civilians as well as destroy helicopters, tanks, cars, boats and trains. The game runs on a cycle, as when you reach past level 768 (Plano, Illinois), you return to level one [[AliensInCardiff (Peoria, Illinois)]].
22nd Mar '16 4:27:28 PM TitoMosquito
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* MonumentalDamage: Surprisingly averted for the most part. Even though you can fight in major cities throughout the games, you rarely ever come into contact with famous landmarks.



* MonumentalDamage: Surprisingly averted for the most part. Even though you can fight in major cities throughout the games, you rarely ever come into contact with famous landmarks.



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