Rampage 2 Universal Tour

PSX Rampage 2 Universal Tour

Jewel Case Release


Genre: Action CDs: 1
Publisher: Midway Released: April 6, 1999
Developer: Avalanche Studios UPC: 0 31719 26808 5
Sony ID: SLUS-00742 PSRM: 012950
Players: 1 to 3 Players Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: Analog, Vibration, Multi-Tap
ESRB: Teen Comic Mischief
Box Copy:

They’re Back!

Oh no! Your favorite human-munching, badly-behaved mutants have been captured! Unfortunately, for the humans inhabiting planet Earth, brand new mutants have been sent to rescue George, Lizzy, Ralph. You’ll meet Ruby the Lobster, Boris the Rhino and Curtis the Rat as they destroy cities in North America, Asia, and Europe! Get ready for destruction, mayhem, alien exterminations and the best buffet in town – the people of Earth! Hope you’re hungry!

  • New moves like the Ape Stomp, Fire Breath, Wolf Howl, Rhino Charge, Rat Bottom Feeder and Lobster Can Opener all add to the trouble!
  • 6 characters, each equipped with an individual talent for demolishing people, places and each other! We’ve also added a couple of hidden dudes just to keep things interesting!
  • Use your Dual Shock Analog Controller and feel the tremors as your character stomps and chomps through places like the Capital Building in Washington, D.C. and the Space Needle in Seattle!
  • Bonus Rounds! Take on your buddies in a Grudge Match, Squashing Contest, King of the Hill or any of the 5 exciting bonus rounds!

…and they’re not alone!



Rampage 2 Universal Tour has a variant where it came with a T-Shirt. It’s the standard game’s release attached to a separately wrapped 2-sided T-Shirt with a separate back insert inside the shirt’s packaging. These two elements are then shrink-wrapped together with a small sticker slapped on the front.

PSX Rampage 2 Universal Tour

T-Shirt Package Variant




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  • The original Rampage game from way back in the arcades was turned into a Hollywood movie. While it completely re-writes the entire 5 sentence story, it was actually a pretty fun movie.

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