PSX Extreme writes: "Simplistic downloadable titles such as Rocketmen, Commando 3, and other arcade/arcade-inspired titles are quickly becoming more and more common. Monster Madness: Grave Danger is one of the newest games part of this trend, but it isn't a downloadable game. While Xbox 360 owners have been playing Monster Madness for a while now, the PlayStation 3 version of the game has only recently arrived and while there are some redeeming qualities, the overall package falls short of its $40 asking price.
A variety of changes have been made between the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions. One such change is an improved camera view; the PS3 game still utilizes a top-down view, but with a slightly isometric tilt to allow the gamer to see what's up ahead. Also new for the PlayStation 3 port are 25 new challenges, or mini-games, that you can run through.
These mini-games are reflex based, as one mini-game has you timing jumps and ducking over a series of obstacles coming your way. Zombie cats is another challenge game that'll test how many zombie felines you can toast with your flamethrower. The speed of some of the mini-games is variable, so the more you play, the faster it gets until you lose. You'll need to play these mini-games in order to attain the unlockable costumes for each of the game's characters."