Rampage (Sega Master System)
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A Master System port of Midway's arcade classic where players control one of three monsters as they destroy buildings.
Unused FM Audio
The Mark III/Master System version of Rampage was scheduled to be released in Japan on November 5th, 1988, according to the October 1988 issue of Beep magazine. This Japanese version of the port was ultimately canceled, but the support for the YM2413 FM sound chip (which was only available in Japan as an add-on for the Mark III or built-in with the Japanese Master System models) was still kept for the overseas release.
As such, it's possible to hear the FM sound in an export Master System with a custom FM board installed, a Japanese Master System with a region adapter, or simply an emulator which includes the YM2413 chip.
|Title screen (Export SN76489/PSG)||Title screen (Japanese YM2413/FM)|
An unused Sega logo intended for the copyright screen. It's loaded into the VRAM but is never displayed.
The Rampage series
|Arcade||Rampage • Rampage: World Tour|
|PlayStation||Rampage: World Tour • Rampage 2: Universal Tour • Rampage Through Time|
|Sega Saturn||Rampage: World Tour|
|Nintendo 64||Rampage: World Tour • Rampage 2: Universal Tour|
|Game Boy (Color)||Rampage: World Tour • Rampage 2: Universal Tour|
|Game Boy Advance||Paperboy & Rampage • Rampage Puzzle Attack|
|GameCube, PlayStation 2, Wii||Rampage: Total Destruction|