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Gigantic: Rampage Edition

Abstraction Games, Arc Games, Gearbox Publishing
Apr 9, 2024 - PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One

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Gigantic: Rampage Edition Launch Trailer

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Gigantic: Rampage Edition - Gameplay Overview Trailer

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GIGANTIC: RAMPAGE EDITION | Announcement Trailer

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Critic Reviews for Gigantic: Rampage Edition

While Gigantic makes a compelling return, the Rampage Edition isn't for everyone, especially given the combat feel and lack of certain competitive features. It's worth a shot but may struggle to retain players beyond the years-long faithful.

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Nearly seven years later, and Gigantic: Rampage Edition is still just as fun to play as it was back in the genre's heyday. New additions like Rush mode are fun and make for a quicker blast, though hopefully we can find a way to deliver more major content later on. But as is, there's still a crop of fun heroes on display, all of whom are still a joy to try out, and it's just a joy to see a unique bit of action like this again, especially with Overwatch still having soured its reputation. In fact, if this takes off, maybe we can see about reviving Battleborn in a similar way next, if only because it would make for one hilarious scenario...

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Gigantic: Rampage Edition is a lot of fun and I'm very happy that they brought it back after years of being left in the gaming graveyard. It may not be a huge step up but what's here is still sure to entertain anyone who loves a chaotic online funfest. 💢

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Gigantic: Rampage Edition is an obscenely rare sight on the MOBA scene and it looks like it might take a spot among the great MOBAs currently out there. The hero pool might be limited but with how much versatility is on offer with skills, it’s fair that the pool is rather limited but customs builds will also expand just how much is on offer. Aside from the server issues, the only big issue is the possibility of microtransactions possibly ruining another great release.

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If you’re a fan of Smite and you’re eagerly awaiting Smite 2, maybe you should give Gigantic: Rampage Edition a go, it might surprise you and you may find yourself playing it more and more. I know I’ll be hopping on again with my friends and taking on the Guardian.

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Gigantic: Rampage Edition is a pleasure to play, if you can get a game, and even though it has a somewhat low ceiling, there’s no denying that Abstraction knocked this out of the park.

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While it's impossible to ignore the surfeit of launch-window technical issues, Abstraction Games recaptures the mechanics & magic that places Gigantic among the best multiplayer games of the past decade.

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