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Included in Interplay's 15th Anniversary Anthology
Also see Redneck Rampage: Possum Bayou
Xatrix Entertainment / Interplay
Mature 17+: animated blood and gore, strong language, use of tabacco and alcohol
All the Killin', Twice the Humor...Half the Intelligence
A butt-kickin', gun-totin', 3D romp through Hickston, U.S.A. Dang them aliens! They dun swiped yer bacon!
Ten brutal weapons includin' crowbars, dynamite, double-barreled shotguns, ripsaw blades, and an alien arm gun (yank the tendon to fire).
Gin-u-wine Redneck dialogue and humor
14 levels of SVGA graphics featurin' Mortuaries, Chicken Procesing Plants, Trailer Parks and loads more fightin' locations.
Gas up with pork rinds, Cowpies and sauce-a-plenty
8 player multi-redneck, deathmatch action and modem play
Toe tappin', butt stompin' soundtrack featurin Mojo Nixon, The Beat Farmers, The Reverend Horton Heat, and Cement Poind.
Hostile alien Hulk Guards, Turd Minions and Vixens, plus alien clones of local town folks includin' Sheriff Hobbes, the Skinny Old Coot, and Billy Ray Jeter.
Compatible with Windows 95
Requirements: IBM or 100% compatible Pentium 90 (Pentium 133 recommended), 16 MB or RAM (32 MB recommended), 150 MB free hard disk space, CD-ROM drive, local bus of PCI SVGA video card, Sound Blaster or 100% compatible sound card, DOS 5.0 or later, 100% Microsoft compatible mouse. Windows 95 compatible.
Computer Shopper, September 1997
"Despite the now-familiar Duke Nukem 3-D engine and a plot thinner than Dwight Yoakum's hair-line, Interplay's newest first-person shooter, Redneck Rampage, serves up a heapin' helpin' of mischief, mayhem, and politically incorrect hillbilly humor that will hit you with all the subtlety of 200-proof moonshine.
"The game is set in the fictional town of Hickston, Ark., where good ol' boys Leonard and Bubba don't take too kindly to their prize pig being swiped by renegade aliens. Armed with an assortment of weapons ranging from a crowbar to dynamite, our heroes set off to reclaim their porcine pet, and in the process, kick off an unrefined Southern killing spree that makes Sherman's march to the sea look like an outing at the beach."
"A word of warning for parents of younger kids: This game is both violent and profane. Since the aliens can assume the guise of regular townsfolk, you're likely to find yourself bludgeoning an old coot with a crowbar or power-sawing your way through some local land barons. In addition, some of the game's redneck dialogue and commentary is saltier than a plateful of fatback bacon."
"For fans of first-person shooters, Redneck Rampage should be a hoot, just as long as you don't take offense at the redneck stereotype. In our admittedly Yankee view of things, however, the South hasn't been this much fun since Jimmy Carter's brother stopped making beer."
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