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Rampage: Total Destruction (Wii)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 64 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the action and multi player mode. The usability and price also get good feedback. There are some mixed views about the graphics. Some have doubts about the controls and gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Rampage: Total Destruction (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 user reviews of Rampage: Total Destruction (Wii) from The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games on People really like the price and usability.

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Nov, 2015

Expert review by: Jeremy Peeples (

Rampage: Total Destruction


Since their debut 20 years ago, George, Lizzie, and Ralph have destroyed the United States., the world, and even the universe. Now they're joining up with new monsters to get rid of an evil soda company whose toxic soda turned them into the hideous...

If you want to run around cities destroying everything in sight, Rampage: Total Destruction is for you. I doubt you'll be dazzled by its visuals, but you will be able to find a lot to enjoy. Midway packed the disc to the brim with unlockables and value...

May, 2014

Expert review by: Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (

Rampage: Total Destruction


How do you redefine one of the simplest ideas in gaming to appeal to today's audience? Simply put you leave it alone. For those of you lucky enough to be...

Tons Of Features ; Nice Visual Touches ; Only Twenty Bucks

Clunky Controls ; Can Be Repetetive ; Feels Like A $20 Game

Jan, 2011

Expert review by: John Dougherty (

Rampage: Total Destruction


Not a total loss...

Mar, 2007

Expert review by: Brian Arnold (

Rampage: Total Destruction


I have very fond memories of Rampage. When I was a youth at Roller West, a local roller skating rink, Rampage was one of the arcade machines , and right alongside Final Fight and Elevator Action, Rampage was one of the best games there. Of course, now...

Some graphics improvements ; Tons of variety in the monsters ; Having the old versions add a bit of value

Very repetitive gameplay ; Little to no replay value ; Unnecessary motion controls

If you were a big fan of Rampage and have been thinking "I'd like this more if I could physically punch instead of button mash!", then you're pretty much the target audience. As a fan of Rampage back in the day, it's enjoyable, but probably not worth a...

Feb, 2007

Expert review by: Redeema (

Rampage: Total Destruction Review


I remember my first experience with Rampage in the arcades many years ago. I loved the game because it wasn’t like anything else at the time. It was a quarter ...

The game has some redeeming qualities about it, for one it includes a whole host of monsters to unlock not to mention the original Rampage game. Aside from that I found no other reason to play the game. Maybe, just maybe it’s a fun party game, but I...

Jan, 2007

Expert review by: Matt Flanagan (

Rampage: Total Destruction


Rampage: Total Destruction for Wii is a next-gen port of Midway's last-gen installment in the Rampage series. The game really hasn't strayed far from its mindless 80's arcade button masher roots, and stays simple and repetitive. Unfortunately, the game...

Budget price tag ; Decent pick-up-and-play game ; Comes with two previous games in the series

Repetitive gameplay ; Awkward controls ; Not really worth it if you own the previous-gen version already

The Wii controls honestly feel tacked-on, in that they don't make the game any easier or more immersive and wind up feeling gimmicky and confusing. The game is playable when you get the hang of the control scheme, but it's not like the Wiimote adds...

Dec, 2006

Expert review by: Chris "WhiteRoseDuelist" LoBue (

Rampgage: Total Destruction


Quarter-munchers were a fixture early in the history of video games, and Rampage was one of the exemplars of the genre. A huge number of stages, coupled with the cathartic fun of mindlessly destroying buildings, combined to relieve gamers of a lot of...

Rampage: Total Destruction for the Wii joins a long list of launch titles across the years that weren't worth the plastic used to make the box. Trying to adapt the controls from earlier incarnations of the game for the remote left a nigh-unplayable...

Dec, 2006

Expert review by: Robert Workman (

Rampage: Total Destruction Review


Total Destruction makes destroying cities mundane.

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Dec, 2006

Expert review by: Kaleb Rutherford (

Rampage: Total Destruction


As we saw early in the Nintendo DS life, Publishers rushed to bring games they had released on other platforms to Nintendo's newest handheld platform. Instead of working on redoing the gameplay, thus making the touch screen features of the game...

Overall, players who are done with Zelda and are looking for an easy game to pick up and play will probably find at least a few hours of fun out of Rampage. However, stretching the fun even over weekend rental may be pushing it. Proceed with caution.

Dec, 2006

Expert review by: Mike Gamin (

Rampage: Total Destruction


It's fun to eat naked people!

Full versions of the classic games are included ; Simple gameplay makes for short bursts of fun ; Plenty of different monsters to choose from

Gesture-based attacks aren't very precise ; Gameplay can get old fairly quickly ; It was already available on GameCube and isn't much different

Is there no option to use the classic controller or GameCube controller, even though they already designed the control scheme for the GameCube version? Seriously?

Dec, 2006

Product Specifications

Get ready to roam, rage and Rampage your way through cities of the world destroying everything in your path in Rampage: Total Destruction! George, Lizzy and Ralph are back along with 27 new monsters that you can find, collect and play as. Wander through 3D neighborhoods of major cities trashing everything in sight as you uncover hidden monsters and power-ups. As an added bonus the original arcade versions of Rampage and Rampage World Tour are included.


Elements:Action - beat-em up
ESRB Rating:Everyone 10 and older (10+)
Max Number of Players:2


Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Midway Games
Model:Total Destruction
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Rampage


Package Type:Retail


Game Console Compatibility:Nintendo GAMECUBE
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - action / Games - miscellaneous / entertainment / educational