Avid Gamer writes: "The summer drought is over and to coin an Americanism, Fall, is in full swing. There are plenty of big games already out (and on the way), but you've got to keep your head screwed on if you're to find the true gems. That's what Avid Gamer is for. We play them so you don't have to. Our latest foray into lesser known games is Monster Madness: Grave Danger, a year old port of Xbox 360 game, Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia. The PS3 version boasts 25 challenge modes, 100 new character-specific purchasable accessories, new unlockable costumes and a tweaked camera system. Is it simply a boring repackage or should you be genuinely excited?
There's not much of story here. Your primary goal is to survive. There's no explanation behind the different environments and while the game throws brief comic book style cinematics at you, the characters turn out to be nothing more than cookie cutter stereotypes. You've got the nerd, goth, miss popular and a skater. Age old jokes get chucked around like how 'Goth chick' looks like she's dead and therefore must be a zombie. We've seen it all before and thankfully the cut scenes can be skipped."