- Summary: Welcome to the world of Full Mojo Rampage where you get to control a Voodoo keeper throughout his adventures. As the player you'll need to guide him safely through each level whilst hunting for voodoo dolls and mojos. These mojos can be found throughout the game in the form of amulets andWelcome to the world of Full Mojo Rampage where you get to control a Voodoo keeper throughout his adventures. As the player you'll need to guide him safely through each level whilst hunting for voodoo dolls and mojos. These mojos can be found throughout the game in the form of amulets and trinkets that bring him strength and luck. They also unleash an array of other powers that you can craft to your own advantage in order to truly master the terrible powers of Voodoo.… Expand
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Full Mojo Rampage - Console Teaser Trailer
Jul 1, 2016Full Mojo Rampage is challenging, but entertaining. It might have some stiff competition in the form of similar games like Binding of Isaac, Enter the Gungeon, and Crypt of the Necrodancer, but its voodoo theme, four-player co-op, and twin stick chops help give it its own identity. Ultimately, it's a fun game that might occasionally be frustrating, but it looks good, sounds great, and plays well.
Jul 12, 2016Full Mojo Rampage isn’t exactly a genuine look at the mythology and aesthetic of voodoo, but the name drop of Baron Samedi and the other Loa lords is a nice touch. Still, it’s hard to imagine you’ll get much from this. Not when there are so many other great roguelikes out there.
Positive: 2 out of 2
Mixed: 0 out of 2
Negative: 0 out of 2
Aug 3, 2016One day I was looking for Coop games to play with a friend of mine, and then I saw this curious game on a Coop list from a website, so afterOne day I was looking for Coop games to play with a friend of mine, and then I saw this curious game on a Coop list from a website, so after watching some videos and reading a little about the game we both decided to buy it to check it out. After playing for some hours this game exceeded all my expectations, I was very impressed by the quality of it.
Full Mojo Rampage is a Roguelike Twin Stick Shooter RPG, with Voodoo thematic, done in a cute and funny way. You play as a Voodoo apprentice serving 8 “Voodoo Gods” who are called “Parent Loas”. Theses Gods represents the classes of the game, so upon starting playing you can choose between them and each one has a unique playstyle and different Spells. You start with only 1 God and you can unlock the others by buying them with Medals (One of the currencies of the game) in any order you want.
The levels and maps of the game are randomly generated, with lots of unique themes, like Cemetery, Abandoned Houses, Swamp, Jungle, Lava and many others. The maps are huge and very fun to explore, you can find coins and loot on enemies, chests or hidden behind some things. These items can vary from Consumables to Runes with new powers, unique Wands and Relics called “Mojos” that are special equipment that can boost you stats or do something unique.
As you keep playing the game you earn experience to level up, each time you level up you can raise one of your main attributes (Health, Damage, Movement Speed and Attack Rate).
The Coins you collect during your playthroughs can be used to buy items on stores or upgrade your Pins. These Pins are Passive attributes that you can select before playing. You can create interesting and unique “builds” combining your Main Attributes, Pins, Gods and equipment.
The gameplay is very refined. The combat and movement are fun and the AI of the enemies is very well done. There’s also lots of different enemies and Bosses. The Soundtrack and Sound Effects are good and really sets the mood of the game.
The Roguelike element of the game is basically this: When you die you lose your progress on the Chapter and your equipment, but don’t panic! You can keep your coins, medals, Pins you unlocked and your Level. The equipment and the rest of the items act more like a “temporary” thing, so don’t worry, you can find more equipment next time.
All of these things I said combined make this game very replayable, because every playthrough is different, every map is random and you never know what you will find. Also, there are lots of different game modes. You got 4 Story chapters with different difficulty levels that change the game with new mechanics. You also got Survival Mode, Daily Quest, Endless Mode and lots of online PVP modes that I couldn’t test yet because there’s no one playing online. You can also play all the game modes Coop online with up to 4 players, except Survival Mode. The Coop can provide some nice funny moments with your friends and works perfectly.
Full Mojo Rampage is outstanding. The experience of playing this game has reminded me that you can have a great time playing a game no matter if It’s a Triple A or an Indie Game. What really matters is the quality of the product and the good things that it can bring to people. It’s a mystery why this game is so unknown to everyone and underrated or ignored by gaming websites. This is hands down the best game I have played this year and I recommend it for everyone.… Expand
Jul 11, 2016A twin stick shooter RPG, where you can hold up to a max of five equipment slots and six inventory slots. Level 15 is the cap level, but alongA twin stick shooter RPG, where you can hold up to a max of five equipment slots and six inventory slots. Level 15 is the cap level, but along the way you can level up your stats, including health points, damage boost, attack rate, and movement speed.
I can't believe this game got a 67 critic score at the present moment. This game has a lot to offer. I gave it a 9, but in all honesty its a strong 8.5 (I rounded up). It's a lot of fun to play with friends and it passes by the time very quickly. Many of my friends compare this to diablo 3 and fat princess adventures. To me, I can see similarities in both these referenced games, as well as a bit of dead nation -esque gameplay.
What to expect, the online community is dead. Sadly, you will have to gather friends from communities and forums to play this with others. However, it has plenty of co-op and PvP modes, and you can play this game solo or split screen in couch co-op. There are four main quests in the story line. Yes, the game is indeed short, but there are six difficulties and you unlock a new difficulty by beating the game over and over again. Redundant and repetitive, then? No, actually, this game has randomized quest stages and dungeons, so there won't be any two quests that are exactly alike. Besides the story quests, there is also the daily quest, an endless run, night of the living dead (survival gauntlet single player only), and survival endless. On the PvP side, there are four modes: king of mojo (king of the hill), CTF (capture the flag), team death match, and death match. PvP has up to eight players, and co-op has up to four. I believe split screen is two players for couch co-op, I'm unsure if you can do three or four on split screen.
There are a total of 112 items in the game, 8 different Loa that you swear allegiance to, and somewhere around 24 give or take pins that you can equip to buff your character up. You can further increase the effectiveness of these pins by investing gold into them. There's also a lot of stylish masks to wear. Some are even gags from other videogames! There's a bunch of masks to choose from. Also, you can get cool codes from certain items. After inputting their specific codes into the codes option on the main menu you can obtain new masks.
There's a ton of content and the challenging difficulties make hardcore gamers keep coming back for more, making this game have pretty damn high replay-ability. I think it is laughable that some people find crap games like enter the gungeon better than this game. What a joke! This game has a lot to offer. I have really enjoyed my time spent with this game and I will keep it downloaded to my PS4 for a long while to come. It's fun to play alone, with family, and with friends. I would say it's good for ages 10 and up to play. It does have slight alcohol and tobacco references.
Bottom line is, if you enjoy twin stick shooters, or you like rogue-like RPGs, or you just want to play a really fun indie that won't break the bank: you deserve it to yourself to go out and grab full mojo rampage. It's honestly in my personal opinion better than Binding of Isaac. This game is definitely in my top five for best indies on the PlayStation 4.… Expand