History VideoGame / RedneckRampage

28th Oct '15 5:55:42 PM Deathguy
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* TrailerParkTornadoMagnet: The Drive-In level has a trailer park with two tornadoes swirling around, They're needed to get a secret in the level, but it's not easy. ** DoNotTouchTheFunnelCloud: Nothing seems to be affected by the tornadoes, and Leonard's only sucked up if he touuches the tornado. While one trailer is shown destroyed, nothing else inn the park's affected.
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* TrailerParkTornadoMagnet: The Drive-In level has a trailer park with two tornadoes swirling around, around. They're needed to get a secret in the level, but it's not easy. ** DoNotTouchTheFunnelCloud: Nothing seems to be affected by the tornadoes, and Leonard's only sucked up if he touuches touches the tornado. While one trailer is shown destroyed, nothing else inn the park's affected.
28th Oct '15 5:50:02 PM Deathguy
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The protagonists of the game are Leonard and his brother Bubba, who are natives of Hickston, Arkansas, where alien invaders have stolen the two brothers' prized pig "Bessie", and created killer clones of Hickston's other inhabitants. Controlling Leonard, the game has you fight through many comical enemies, including skinny [[GrumpyOldMan old coots]], feces-throwing "[[TalkingPoo shit monkeys]]" and [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe alien vixens]]. ''Redneck Rampage'' was followed by an expansion pack, ''Suckin' Grits on Route 66'', a sequel, ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', and a spin-off game titled ''Redneck Rampage: Deer Huntin''. Also of note is the "Cuss Pack", a very early example of a [[DownloadableContent DLC]], which replaced much of the game's one-liners and enemy chatter with [[ClusterFBomb more profane versions]]. ''Redneck Rampage'' also features a CD-based soundtrack consisting of licensed songs from ''MojoNixon'', ''ReverendHortonHeat'', ''BeatFarmers'', and other CountryMusic, {{Psychobilly}}, and RockNRoll style artists.
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The protagonists of the game are Leonard and his brother Bubba, who are natives of Hickston, Arkansas, where alien invaders have stolen the two brothers' prized pig "Bessie", and created killer clones of Hickston's other inhabitants. Controlling Leonard, the game has you fight through many comical enemies, including skinny [[GrumpyOldMan old coots]], feces-throwing "[[TalkingPoo shit monkeys]]" turd minions]]" and [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe alien vixens]]. ''Redneck Rampage'' was followed by an expansion pack, ''Suckin' Grits on Route 66'', a sequel, ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', and a spin-off game titled ''Redneck Rampage: Deer Huntin''. Also of note is the "Cuss Pack", a very early example of a [[DownloadableContent DLC]], which replaced much of the game's one-liners and enemy chatter with [[ClusterFBomb more profane versions]]. ''Redneck Rampage'' also features a CD-based soundtrack consisting of licensed songs from ''MojoNixon'', ''ReverendHortonHeat'', ''BeatFarmers'', and other CountryMusic, {{Psychobilly}}, and RockNRoll style artists.

* AWinnerIsYou: Essentially the ending of ''Redneck Rampage Rides Again''. See DudeWheresMyRespect * BadassBiker: One of the enemy types in ''Redneck Rampage Rides Again''.
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* AWinnerIsYou: Essentially the ending of ''Redneck Rampage Rides Again''. See DudeWheresMyRespect DudeWheresMyReward * BadassBiker: One of the enemy types in ''Redneck Rampage Rides Again''. Wields two sawed-off shotguns.

* CloneArmy: The aliens have captured many of Leonard's fellow citizens and created an army of clones to take over.
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* CloneArmy: The aliens have captured many a few of Leonard's fellow citizens and created an army of clones from them to take over.

** The expansion pack brings you to the NewOldWest.
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** The expansion pack ''Rides Again'' brings you to the NewOldWest.NewOldWest for the first episode, before going back to Hickston.

* FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore: Jackalopes are enemies in ''Rides Again''. A giant version also appears as the final boss.
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* FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore: Jackalopes are enemies in ''Rides Again''. A giant version also appears in some levels as the final boss.a mini-boss.

* FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore: Jackalopes are enemies in ** ''Rides Again''. A giant version also Again'' has the Jackalope mother which appears as the final boss.in a few levels.

* TrailerParkTornadoMagnet: The trailer park level is full of tornadoes.
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* TrailerParkTornadoMagnet: The Drive-In level has a trailer park level with two tornadoes swirling around, They're needed to get a secret in the level, but it's not easy. **DoNotTouchTheFunnelCloud: Nothing seems to be affected by the tornadoes, and Leonard's only sucked up if he touuches the tornado. While one trailer is full of tornadoes.shown destroyed, nothing else inn the park's affected.
5th Sep '15 7:58:01 AM heretoeditisall
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* {{Bizarrchitecture}}: One of the expansions features a trailer that is twice as big on the inside as it is outside, without cutting away or passing you through a load screen to do it, thanks to the Build engine being 2.5D(this would be difficult to pull off in a modern 3D engine, by comparison). Duke Nukem 3D used similar tricks to make odd rooms.
23rd Mar '15 10:59:09 AM CaptainCrawdad
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''Redneck Rampage'' was followed by an expansion pack, ''Suckin' Grits on Route 66'', a sequel, ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', and a spin-off game titled ''Redneck Rampage: Deer Huntin''. Also of note is the "Cuss Pack", a very early example of a [[DownloadableContent DLC]], which replaced much of the game's one-liners and enemy chatter with [[ClusterFBomb more profane versions]]. ''Redneck Rampage'' also features a CD-based soundtrack consisting of licensed songs from ''MojoNixon'', ''ReverendHortonHeat'', ''BeatFarmers'', and other ''CountryMusic'', {{Psychobilly}}, and RockNRoll style artists.
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''Redneck Rampage'' was followed by an expansion pack, ''Suckin' Grits on Route 66'', a sequel, ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', and a spin-off game titled ''Redneck Rampage: Deer Huntin''. Also of note is the "Cuss Pack", a very early example of a [[DownloadableContent DLC]], which replaced much of the game's one-liners and enemy chatter with [[ClusterFBomb more profane versions]]. ''Redneck Rampage'' also features a CD-based soundtrack consisting of licensed songs from ''MojoNixon'', ''ReverendHortonHeat'', ''BeatFarmers'', and other ''CountryMusic'', CountryMusic, {{Psychobilly}}, and RockNRoll style artists.
24th Feb '15 6:05:02 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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The protagonists of the game are Leonard and his brother Bubba, who are natives of Hickston, Arkansas, where alien invaders have stolen the two brothers' prized pig "Bessie", and created killer clones of Hickston's other inhabitants. Controlling Leonard, the game has you fight through many comical enemies, including skinny [[GrumpyOldMan old coots]], feces-throwing "[[TalkingPoo shit monkeys]]" and [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe alien vixens]]. ''Redneck Rampage'' also features a CD-based soundtrack consisting of licensed songs from ''MojoNixon'', ''ReverendHortonHeat'', ''BeatFarmers'', and other ''CountryMusic'', {{Psychobilly}}, and RockNRoll style artists. ''Redneck Rampage'' was followed by an expansion pack, ''Suckin' Grits on Route 66'', a sequel, ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', and a spin-off game titled ''Redneck Rampage: Deer Huntin''. Also of note is the "Cuss Pack", a very early example of a [[DownloadableContent DLC]], which replaced much of the game's one-liners and enemy chatter with [[ClusterFBomb more profane versions]].
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The protagonists of the game are Leonard and his brother Bubba, who are natives of Hickston, Arkansas, where alien invaders have stolen the two brothers' prized pig "Bessie", and created killer clones of Hickston's other inhabitants. Controlling Leonard, the game has you fight through many comical enemies, including skinny [[GrumpyOldMan old coots]], feces-throwing "[[TalkingPoo shit monkeys]]" and [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe alien vixens]]. ''Redneck Rampage'' also features a CD-based soundtrack consisting of licensed songs from ''MojoNixon'', ''ReverendHortonHeat'', ''BeatFarmers'', and other ''CountryMusic'', {{Psychobilly}}, and RockNRoll style artists.\n\n ''Redneck Rampage'' was followed by an expansion pack, ''Suckin' Grits on Route 66'', a sequel, ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', and a spin-off game titled ''Redneck Rampage: Deer Huntin''. Also of note is the "Cuss Pack", a very early example of a [[DownloadableContent DLC]], which replaced much of the game's one-liners and enemy chatter with [[ClusterFBomb more profane versions]]. ''Redneck Rampage'' also features a CD-based soundtrack consisting of licensed songs from ''MojoNixon'', ''ReverendHortonHeat'', ''BeatFarmers'', and other ''CountryMusic'', {{Psychobilly}}, and RockNRoll style artists.
24th Feb '15 6:03:55 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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''Redneck Rampage'' is a first-person shooter that was developed by Xatrix Entertainment and published by Creator/InterplayEntertainment. Releasd in 1997, It was one of the last commercial titles to use the Build engine that previously powered ''VideoGame/DukeNukem3D'' and ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'', among others. Noticeably, the game uses oversized textures and sprites, which gives a higher resolution image quality than other Build engine games.
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''Redneck Rampage'' is a first-person shooter that was developed by Xatrix Entertainment and published by Creator/InterplayEntertainment. Releasd Released in 1997, It was one of the last commercial titles to use the Build engine that previously powered ''VideoGame/DukeNukem3D'' and ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'', among others. Noticeably, the game uses oversized textures and sprites, which gives a higher resolution image quality than other Build engine games.
24th Feb '15 6:03:16 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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''Redneck Rampage'' is a first-person shooter that was developed by Xatrix Entertainment and published by Creator/InterplayEntertainment. It was one of the last commercial titles to use the Build engine that previously powered ''VideoGame/DukeNukem3D'' and ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'', among others. Noticeably, the game uses oversized textures and sprites, which gives a higher resolution image quality than other Build engine games.
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''Redneck Rampage'' is a first-person shooter that was developed by Xatrix Entertainment and published by Creator/InterplayEntertainment. Releasd in 1997, It was one of the last commercial titles to use the Build engine that previously powered ''VideoGame/DukeNukem3D'' and ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'', among others. Noticeably, the game uses oversized textures and sprites, which gives a higher resolution image quality than other Build engine games.
21st Feb '15 2:21:22 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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''Redneck Rampage'' is a first-person shooter that was developed by Xatrix Entertainment and published by Creator/InterplayEntertainment. It was one of the last commercial titles to use the Build engine that previously powered ''VideoGame/DukeNukem3D'' and ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'', among others.
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''Redneck Rampage'' is a first-person shooter that was developed by Xatrix Entertainment and published by Creator/InterplayEntertainment. It was one of the last commercial titles to use the Build engine that previously powered ''VideoGame/DukeNukem3D'' and ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'', among others. others. Noticeably, the game uses oversized textures and sprites, which gives a higher resolution image quality than other Build engine games.

Noticeably, the game uses oversized textures and sprites, which gives a higher resolution image quality than other Build engine games. ''Redneck Rampage'' was followed by an expansion pack, ''Suckin' Grits on Route 66'', a sequel, ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', and a spin-off game titled ''Redneck Rampage: Deer Huntin''. Also of note is the "Cuss Pack", a very early example of a [[DownloadableContent DLC]], which replaced much of the game's one-liners and enemy chatter with [[ClusterFBomb more profane versions]].
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Noticeably, the game uses oversized textures and sprites, which gives a higher resolution image quality than other Build engine games. ''Redneck Rampage'' was followed by an expansion pack, ''Suckin' Grits on Route 66'', a sequel, ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', and a spin-off game titled ''Redneck Rampage: Deer Huntin''. \n\n Also of note is the "Cuss Pack", a very early example of a [[DownloadableContent DLC]], which replaced much of the game's one-liners and enemy chatter with [[ClusterFBomb more profane versions]].
18th Jan '15 1:23:23 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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* AWinnerIsYou: Essentially the ending of ''Redneck Rampage Rides Again''. See DudeWheresMyRespect

*CloneArmy: The aliens have captured many of Leonard's fellow citizens and created an army of clones to take over.

* DudeWheresMyReward: At the end of ''Redneck Rampage Rides Again'', [[spoiler: there is little to no ending. Just Leonard saying "The End".]]
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* DudeWheresMyReward: At the end of ''Redneck Rampage Rides Again'', [[spoiler: there is little to no ending. Just Leonard saying "The End".]]]] Leonard briefly [[LampshadeHanging hangs a lampshade]] on this though.
18th Jan '15 12:54:54 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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* BadassBiker: One of the enemy types in ''Redneck Rampage Rides Again''.

* DudeWheresMyReward: At the end of ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', [[spoiler: there is little to no ending. Just Leonard saying "The End".]]
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* DudeWheresMyReward: At the end of ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', Again'', [[spoiler: there is little to no ending. Just Leonard saying "The End".]]

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* DudeWheresMyReward: At FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore: Jackalopes are enemies in ''Rides Again''. A giant version also appears as the end of ''Redneck Rampage Rides again'', [[spoiler: there is little to no ending. Just Leonard saying "The End".]]final boss.
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