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Monster Madness: Grave Danger

Monster Madness: Grave Danger

Monster Madness: Grave Danger

Monster Madness: Grave Danger is a video game for the PlayStation 3. Developers Psyonix Studios took Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia and ported it to the PlayStation 3, adding 25 new challenge modes, 4-player online co-op for the adventure mode, reworking the control scheme, adding 100 character-specific purchasable accessories, new unlockable character costumes, and changing the camera system. While Battle for Suburbia was originally developed by Artificial Studios, publisher SouthPeak Interactive brought the title to Psyonix to rework the core gameplay and port the game to the PlayStation 3.

Like Battle for suburbia, players will be able to create many powerful weapons to destroy the monster menace that's attacking the town of Suburbia.

On 2 February 2011, It was announced that Monster Madness would be ported to Android

Monster Madness: Grave Danger Plot

Players control one of four playable characters and attempt to escape the monster-infested locale, defeating various forms of zombies and other monsters and boss creatures in order to progress through the game. There are five chapters in Monster Madness: Suburban Nightmare, Shopping Maul, High School Hell, Cemetery Scary, and Evil Castle. Each chapter contains 3 to 5 stages.

Each character is armed with unique weapons and special moves. Zack is the nerd character and his special weapons are ax-type weapons. Andy is a skater who wields random objects such as a toilet plunger and rolling pin. Carrie is a goth girl who favors swords. Jennifer is a stuck-up cheerleader who wields dual batons.

While many items in the game can be picked up and used as melee weapons and throwable items, the main focus will be on the character's signature melee weapon and the various buildable and upgradeable guns. Each character has a class of melee weapons that they feel most comfortable with. By using their favored weapon, a meter will begin to fill up as they kill enemies. When the meter reaches full charge, the players can unleash a special power attack that is unique to each character.

In addition to the melee weapons, there are also 15 different guns that can be built using 18 different weapon parts. The weapon parts are collected by locating and opening weapon part tool chests which are hidden throughout the levels. This is another point where Grave Danger differs from Battle for Suburbia; where weapon parts were then randomly generated all around the levels, they are now contained in set locations inside the tool chests.

Each of the 15 guns has three different levels of upgrades which not only makes the gun more powerful, but can change the way it operates. For example, the level 1 nailgun weapon, featured early in the game, has players wielding two semi-automatic nailguns. The level 3 nailgun, however, has an extended magazine and is fully automatic.

There are also features such as online play competitive play with up to 16 players, and costumes for all players that can be unlocked during or after the game is complete. Grave Danger also includes full online co-op capabilities, letting 4 players join together and play through the adventure mode with other players on the internet.


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