Paperboy / Rampage Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: Paperboy: Extra! Extra! Local boy gets new route and is ready to roll! The arcade hit comes home with all of the features that made it a classic. Get the papers delivered while avoiding cars, kids, pets, potholes and more. Rampage: Shocking! Scumlabs International has made yet anotherPaperboy: Extra! Extra! Local boy gets new route and is ready to roll! The arcade hit comes home with all of the features that made it a classic. Get the papers delivered while avoiding cars, kids, pets, potholes and more. Rampage: Shocking! Scumlabs International has made yet another mistake by messing with nature, and now the ugly beasts of their science experiment are fighting back. This time, new mutants Curtis the Mouse, Boris the Rhino, and Ruby the Lobster have to obliterate numerous cities in order to rescue the original mutants (George, Ralph, and Lizzy). Of course this wouldn't really be a universal tour unless you also defended the earth from an alien attack. Expand
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  2. Negative: 2 out of 3
  1. The conversions are far from arcade quality, but they should reasonably fit the bill for anyone who wants to experience the gist of these two games on the go.
  2. About the only thing the developers got right are the graphics. Considering how low-res they are, it's not much of an accomplishment.
  3. 40
    Playable? Mildly. If you've never played the originals they won't hold your attention for more than a couple of plays, and for those familiar with the brands the flaws are too obvious to ignore.