Video, screens for Monster Madness EX

When Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia was released I thought my adolescent dreams of going to war with all that the fiery mouth of Hell has to offer would finally be realized.  Sadly, it was not to be, with a troublesome camera system and controls that were more frustrating than fun it wasn’t long before Monster Madness was retired to a dusty shelf.

In a rare bit of psuedo-luck, the Playstation 3 version of Monster Madness was delayed; and in their infinite wisdom Psyonix decided to release it as Monster Madness: EX, supposedly tightening controls, revamping camera angles, and adding new weapons, vehicles, and mini-games to the mix. Hopefully our psuedo-luck doesn’t run out and the changes introduced by Psionix manage to make Monster Madness: EX as much fun as we know it should be.

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