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Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
3.4 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
Metascore: 55 / 100
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  • Acquire Weapon Parts by defeating enemies and exploring your environments - use these parts to Build more powerful weapons and Upgrade the ones that you have
  • Find abandoned Vehicles, outfit them with deadly weapons, and ride in them to overpower foot-bound foes
  • Fight your way through 5 unique environments, like Suburban Nightmare, High School Hell and The Shopping Maul, each with deranged Boss Monsters
  • Interact with the environment and use physics to your advantage - build barricades, throw large objects and more
  • Killer graphics with advanced shading and rendering, with dynamically lit & shadowed worlds
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Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia gives you real-life physics in the ultimate monster-mashing fantasy. Zack, Carrie, Andy, and Jennifer were all looking forward to a party when Zack's parents left town for vacation. Unfortunately, some uninvited guests soon arrived. Aim in any direction, including up and down. Hordes of Monsters attack you from all sides, but you can also utilize quick dodge-moves to avoid them! Mix local & online players as you try to survive the Monster's invasion. Each player character has unique items and affects how the story plays out.

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  • ASIN: B000HKN2Y4
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 12, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,059 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Another game I got based on a cheap price and other reviews. The one thing that got me excited though was it's throwback homage to Zombies Ate My Neighbor on the SNES. It's not as good as Zombies, but it's okay and warrants a purchase if you can find it under $10. The graphics are good, but not Great or Next Gen and the controls are pretty decent. So if you are looking for some Zombies ate my Neighbor action on your XBox this is as close as you will get.
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With reviews like this, it's like people go to McDonalds and expect Lobster and Steak to be on the menu! This game I bought years ago and didn't do much with it. Then my daughters grew old enough to enjoy this without getting nightmares, so we played it over many hours and had so much fun for the past couple of weeks! My daughters begged to play with me every day for the past two weeks. We finally beat it today. Yes, you will be frustrated, sometimes by the game challenges, and sometimes by the controls, and yes, vehicles sometimes get stuck, but there's always a solution, even if it means ultimately resetting the level. But it doesn't screw up so often that it isn't worth the experience. And yes, my daughters can't wait to play it all over again on the next difficulty level. Entertaining story line. This game doesn't take itself so seriously, so lighten up people! I'd love them to come out with a Monster Madness 2. It's well worth the money for a bargain buy.
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Like this title suggests, I bought this game used. Which I'm glad I didn't pay full price for, because it would be a rip off.

If you want a cheap game multiplayer game to waste some time between good game releases, then this is a game for you. You can play co-op with up to 4 people online as well.

Levels get very repetitive. Easier setting is no fun with limited fun items. The catch is you have to play harder settings for the chance to find find items like amulets that change you into monsters. But the hard setting is no fun either, you're constantly looking for ammo and health.

Another thing that sucks is you can't save when you want and can only do so at save points.

Finally one thing that irked me tremendously: If you accidentally exit a game, not only do you lose your current progress, but your ENTIRE GAME PROGRESS. It happened to us, and lost everything. The game was basically reset. We just past the second level, so it could have been worse.
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I bought this game with some kind of expectations of it being like the classic Zombies ate my neighbors. I was sadly disapointed. I did not play it in multiplayer mode which many have argued is what the game is made for, however the single player was monotonous and boring. The game seemed to be very challenging in places that were probably not intended to be. Poor controls and screen views caused much frustration. Finally, the achievements were ridiculously hard to attain. I plan on selling my game for the one or two dollars I can get for it at game stop.
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It's a fact that there is a lack of local multplayer games available. They just don't make games like TMNT (any of then) , Golden Axe , ............ . So I took a risk and tried this one. It's better than expected in some aspects, and not so good at others.

the not so good:
- the camera sucks on multplayer , sometimes you will get total lost.
- drive the vehicles isn't the easier thing

But overall it's won't stop your fun. Just go for an unpretensious gameplay , it's not AC , o Batman Arkham or Dark Souls . it's a take a laught game . It's to get some buddies and just hit some monsters.

It's a 5 star fun game in the end. And a 4 star game , if we had more options on multplayer probably it would be a 3 star game or 2,5 but considering that there isn't many options out there it goes for a 4 star without regret.

and costing $ 2,75 , there is not much thinking to be done
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I was very disappointed in Monster Madness. I thought it was going to be a combination of Zombies Ate My Neighbors, Dead Rising, and Resident Evil, unfortunately the sad truth comes in to place once you start playing the game. It has an overabundance of weapons, vehicles, characters, zombies, and destruction which should make it good, but it comes up short most of the time when comparing it to its great zombie predecessors. For instance, the controls can be agonizingly bad during certain gaming sequences like driving. The basic movements work fine most of the time, but the camera is a hassle during times when you're killing zombies. The graphics claim to use the power of Unreal Engine 3 which powered the awesome Gears of War, but it looks freaking awful on this game to the point of where it looks like a muddy old Xbox or Playstation 2 game. I had many hopes for this game, but it came up short and I was left disappointed and somewhat agitated. Just go buy Dead Rising instead for your 360, you'll be much happier.
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This......this game. So bad. Like, really bad.
So, it's a top down arcade shooter using the Unreal Tourny 3 engine.
4 characters, barely any dialogue, annoying missions.
Multiplayer is dead online, no community.
Coop on local network is the worst of its kind. You SHARE THE SCREEN WITH ALL OTHER PLAYERS.
This means, if people are not walking in the same directions the game can throw and kill players, glitch you, and others.
The final boss has about 7 forms and is ridiculously hard on easy sometimes even.
It's barely O.K. as a game, decent fun first play through only I'd say.
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