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  • Summary: [Downloadable Game] Man your cannons and prepare to battle it out in Rampart. Players can defeat enemy ships while preventing their opponent from damaging castle walls. In this classic Midway arcade title, strategy is the key to victory as players prepare for battle, build and repair their territories and fire away at enemies. A Unique Strategic Warfare Experience - Brains and brawn will beat them all as players combine rapid cannon firing along with careful castle reconstruction on the road to victory. Challenge the computer in up to six levels and combat against three versions of enemy ships. Challenge up to three other players online. Players can destroy their walls in addition to tracking individual scores on the leader boards. [Sony Online Entertainment] Collapse
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  3. Negative: 3 out of 3
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    With its shoddy Sixaxis support, Sony Online's version of Rampart doesn't do much for the game's memory. Even with online versus play, Leaderboards, and support for resolutions all the way up to 1080p, the overall lack of control seals this classic's fate.
  2. It was an interesting mix of action back in its day, and it's still interesting today. Unfortunately, even the three-player online play can't make up for the PlayStation 3 version's terrible, touchy control.
  3. While Gamestyle enjoyed the action far more than Joust or more than we actually expected originally, next time someone argues that games were better all those years ago, direct them towards Rampart and see that argument crumble far more quickly than the castle walls.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 6
  2. Negative: 3 out of 6