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Monster Madness Screenshots

• A console experience in the palm of your hand thanks to Tegra 2’s capabilities
• Powered by Unreal Engine 3 for phenomenal graphics
• Co-op adventure mode allows two players to slay the undead together…. it’s good to share! (Local Wi-Fi)
• Players can join or leave a game at any time during the cooperative adventure mode
• Interactive environments full of destructible elements, structures and objects
• Over 70 monster enemies, each with their own unique attacks and strategies
• Drivable vehicles with player driven turrets over a sprawling landscape
• Customize your character with over 100 power-up accessory items
• Turn up the heat with Madness, a difficulty level that introduces tons of new enemies, and mayhem!
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