CGR Undertow – PAPERBOY / RAMPAGE review for Game Boy Advance


Paperboy/Rampage review.
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Paperboy/Rampage for the Game Boy Advance developed by Frame Studios and published by DSI.

Paperboy/Rampage is an arcade collection for the Game Boy Advance, pairing two of the most beloved video games in history. Paperboy and Rampage are arcade classics, but in this collection, something isn’t quite right. They don’t play like they should or look like they should, perhaps a result of the game’s budget price tag. Still, if you’re a collector looking for every possible version of these great games, this is certainly one of them. Paperboy tasks you with throwing newspapers into your subscribers’ mailboxes and through non-subscribers’ windows. Take that, ill-informed citizens! Rampage also emphasizes destruction, but in a more subtle tear-down-buildings kind of way.

This video review features video gameplay footage of Paperboy/Rampage for the Game Boy Advance and audio commentary from Classic Game Room’s Derek.


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  1. the version of paperboy is not as bad as people are saying it is. i managed to complete easy street, middle road, and im still working on hard way. paperboy is one of my favorite games. its easy to learn how to play, its fun and it is not very easy nor is it too difficult to play either

  2. ..Because I guess you play this ALL, the time, on, the arcade- RIGHT? bullshit. rampage was meant to be played on STICK. s t I c k. do you know what a stick is in terms of ancient arcade games like this. do you KNOW that it was EVEN HARDER on there to manipulate?Don't even have a shred of proof that you know for a fact..

  3. If they couldn't do proper ports of the arcade versions of these two games, they should've just ported the NES versions!

  4. I care that you care enough to respond to LeoFan93. You are truly looking out for those looking out for others, and i care about that. You can tell because i responded you you responding to leofan. Isn't it great that we all care about each other so much to share our feelings behind an avatar over the internet? Oh 21st century you're oh so wonderful to bring us together like this

  5. Found this for a $1 at a flea market a few years back, and glad I did not pay more for it, they really could have done a better job with this one, hell the Commodore64 versions where better then these by a long shot, and that's saying something.

  6. I kind of understand that paperboy had his moments in usa arcade history… but I'm not american and this game is boring as hell… even if this one was a good version it would still be a lame game


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