The spiritual successor to the campy Zombies Ate My Neighbors, Monster Madness features a cast of high school archetypes brought together when their town, Suburbia City, suddenly becomes a playground for zombies, vampires, mummies, evil robots, werewolves, and other creatures. Viewed from an overhead perspective, the game offers four-player simultaneous action in a variety of outdoor and indoor settings. Nerdy Zack Fowler, cheerleader Jennifer Sweeney, Goth girl Carrie Rosenberg, and skate rat Andy Gomez will team up to use rocket launchers, shotguns, chainsaws, axes, and other weapons to turn the marauding creatures into monster soup and salad.
Each defeated monster will drop various collectibles that can be used to craft new weapons and items, and players will even get a chance to pilot hovercrafts, mechs, UFOs, and other vehicles. Monster Madness features a cooperative campaign and an assortment of online multiplayer modes, ranging from a capture-the-flag variant to competitive free-for-alls. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game GuideMonster Madness: Grave Danger, click here for more details