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My Japanese friends suggest the new American Godzilla looks too fat and bloated. Maybe it’s something to do with MacDonald’s Japan now serving churros. Godzilla, the movie: hopefully a decent game will appear, eventually Toho would not approve. I would like to suggest that now, just like the state of Gojira’s teeth, there’s …

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Oh, no, there goes Tokyo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T65rW_SIzg0

Lucy is obviously far too young to remember Blue Öyster Cult...

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Re: Oh, no, there goes Tokyo

First thing that came to my mind as well - so thumbs up for the quick youtube find. Now where did I leave that Blue Öyster Cult LP?

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No need for anyone to make "the next Rampage".

It takes a lot of play for Rampage to get old, and it's dead simple to pick up and play.

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Re: No need for anyone to make "the next Rampage".

You can play the Atari 7800 version in your browser here:

https://archive.org/stream/Rampage_1989_Activision_NTSC/Rampage_1989_Activision_NTSC.a78?module=a7800&scale=2

Or the Sega (Master System?) version:

https://archive.org/stream/segasms_Rampage_1988_Midway_-_Sega/Rampage_1988_Midway_-_Sega.bin?module=sms&scale=2

thanks to the good people at the Internet Archive and the JMESS project.

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SimCity is where Godzilla really got his gameplaying rocks off, nothing better than rebuilding after a lizard rampaging across your beautifully crafted city

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Kudos for mentioning King of Tokyo :D

*lovingly strokes my Space Penguin prize*

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There was also Rampage Total Destruction for the Wii.

3D version, that has the original 2D version on the disk as well.

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