Neutronized’s Roar Rampage Is The Best Of All Games


I have no way of knowing that for sure, not having played it. But I’ve looked at it. I’ve watched a video of it on the internet, and I’ve pasted it below. If you watch it I’ll think you’ll find yourself agreeing that Neutronized‘s Roar Rampage is indeed the best of all games.

The game will be up on creator Gionathan Pesaresi’s site,, very soon he says. In the meantime you can head there and play Ghosts Stole My Puppy, Graveyard Maniacs, and games we’ve actually played and are definitely good rather than ones I liked the names of, like Sky Island and Slime Laboratory.

Alternative headline: Rampage was for babies.


  1. Robert says:

    I can use Kinect/Wiimotes and flail my arms around to hit helicopters out of the sky, yes?

  2. Blob-World-Eye-Weary says:

    Fight on Lizzie fight on…

  3. Reefpirate says:

    I think the elbow pad is my favorite feature from the video.

  4. LTK says:

    That expositionary text at the start was pretty redundant. Like I need a reason to have Godzilla demolish buildings with boxing gloves and assorted oversized tools of destruction.

    • cyrenic says:

      No, the exposition was essential to the gameplay. How can games be art without exposition?

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  7. SiHy_ says:

    It’s not quite Rampage HD but it looks fun. It’ll probably transfer over to tablets and such quite nicely too.

  8. ZyloMarkIII says:

    Looks like this game is ready to knock out the competition.

  9. Soapeh says:

    Is this what happened to Michael at the end of Lost?

  10. Johnny Lizard says:

    It’s his pensive expression that does it.

  11. Fitzmogwai says:

    Synth orchestra hits!

    I miss the 80s.

  12. Skabooga says:

    Aw man, I played so much Rampage would I was little. I think I went through all fifty states, solo, which was a terrible idea. Still, such a great concept; who doesn’t want to be a gigantic, city-destroying monster?

  13. Shadram says:

    Why would they make a hammer that big, when it’s only possible purpose is to be used by Godzilla? WHY?

    • Milos says:

      Too late did they realize the folly of producing giant useless hammers.

  14. Gabe McGrath says:

    You know, Bioware could have avoided ALL that “whinge change the ending” malarkey if they just thought to include a giant dinosaur in ME3 who has BOXING GLOVES THAT SHOOT LIGHTNING.

    • c-Row says:

      So you haven’t collected an EMS rating of 6000? You totally missed out.

      • Robert says:

        The Godzilla ending is only for people who did all sidequests, unlocked the multiplayer content and collected all the cereal codes.

  15. august says:

    This looks like a game that delivers on the promise of Rampage by making you actually look and feel powerful.

  16. aequidens says:

    This looks like it handles like Envirobear. Which is a good thing, I love that game.

    • drlemon says:

      I’m thinking that too, but with a tad of Garden Gnome Carnage. Which is a very, VERY good thing.

  17. Frank says:

    Wow. Their games play exactly like Nitrome’s, what with the un-incentivized collectibles, one-new-thing per level, etc.

  18. Jim9137 says:

    If I squint my eyes, it looks a bit like Stunts.

  19. wayne says:

    Good,thanks for the shaing.
    I can resist everything except Abercrombie and Fitch Outlet UK

  20. rustybroomhandle says:

    I demand an Octodad crossover game.

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    Bluerps says:

    He had me at “They took his son.” Nothing bad can follow an intro like this.

  22. Maldomel says:

    Best of all games indeed.

  23. SooSiaal says:

    It seems like that there are more of these big monster destroy cities games are coming, right when I’m working out one of such games

  24. Noburu says:

    Cant believe no one has said:


    yet :(

  25. RegisteredUser says:

    Yoshi sure grew up with some anger management issues.