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  • Summary: Our story begins in a typical house on a Friday night, one seemingly like any other within the quiet, safe streets of Suburbia. Zack is at home on a "study date" with Carrie, though he is desperately trying to interest her in more than just his math skills. While Zack is preparing to proclaim his eternal devotion, his friend Andy busts in, pestering Zack to finish the design for a new rocket-powered skateboard. Before Zack can order him and others to leave, some unexpected guests suddenly arrive and these guys are hungry...FOR BRAINS! Zombies break through the front door, and Zack's house is soon swarming with the Undead. The four intrepid teenagers manage to contain their fright, and using all sorts of household weaponry they actually fend off this zombie assault. However now they must contend with a full-scale suburban invasion, and everything from Werewolves to Witches are on the rampage - Oh My! And where has everyone else gone? Together, Zack, Carrie, Andy, and Jennifer resolve to wage a Battle for Suburbia, rescue their missing neighbors, and discover the ultimate source of this monster onslaught. The secrets they'll uncover throughout this adventure will explain the shocking truth behind their little town. [SouthPeak Interactive] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 29
  2. Negative: 7 out of 29
  1. But rough edges aside, Artificial has buttoned up the game as well as can be expected given the amount of interactive objects they've peppered throughout the game. [May 2007, p.58]
  2. Although it does have a couple of flaws like a temperamental camera and some slowdown, as well as controls that take a little getting used to, it's such a blast to play and very addictive once you get into it.
  3. 65
    With a lengthy campaign and decent multiplayer, it is only a shame Monster Madness doesn’t play too particularly well but does add up to be an experience like no other.
  4. Monster Madness could’ve been fun. It looks good enough to hold its own, and the general concept is pretty cool, but the execution just falls flat of the standards we should all hold for “next-gen” games.
  5. Only through a scarcity of decent alternatives could we ever truly recommend this, and that’s just about as backhanded as compliments get. [June 2007, p.113]
  6. A counterintuitive control scheme, oddly balanced difficulty, obnoxiously repetitive combat, and a nearly useless camera in co-op mode. Eventually such problems become too numerous and too annoying to tolerate, turning what could have been a simple monster-killing romp into a scattered, clumsy mess.
  7. 35
    Monster Madness will make you tear your hair out in frustration before it bores you to death.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 6
  3. Negative: 2 out of 6
  1. Nov 16, 2012
    8
    Definitely a different type of fun action game with dozens of intelligently designed monsters, zombies, creatures and some interesting weapons and good venues :) Collapse

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