Developer Vblank has announced a brand new follow-up to Retro City Rampage titled Shakedown Hawaii. It will be released on PS4, Vita, 3DS, and PC at some point, and updates the original aesthetic with 16-bit visuals. The storyline takes...Show More Summary
Retro City Rampage was an interesting mixture of nostalgic references and modern open-world gaming ultraviolence. The 8-bit Grand Theft Auto-style adventure was released back in 2012 on PC and gradually released on just about all major platforms, so it would appear that developer Vblank Entertainment is ready to move to its next project. Show More Summary
Retro City Rampage is getting a sequel named Shakedown Hawaii. Like RCR, Shakedown is a top-down action game in the same vein as the original Grand Theft Auto. The new game is set 30 years after RCR and promises a large open world to explore. Show More Summary
Retro City Rampage, the 8-bit Grand Theft Auto-inspired indie shooter, is getting an open-world follow-up named Shakedown Hawaii. PC, PlayStation 4 and Vita versions of Shakedown Hawaii have been announced by developer Vblank, as well as an edition for an as-yet unspecified Nintendo platform. Show More Summary
Shakedown Hawaii is Brian Provinciano’s 16-bit-themed follow-up to Retro City Rampage for PS4 and Vita. Besides getting announced today, anyone attending the PlayStation Experience next month will get a chance to play it. You can watch the brief teaser trailer here, too. Read more...
Vblank Entertainment brings The Player out of retirement in Shakedown Hawaii, a sequel to its open-world ode to retro games.
Shakedown Hawaii brings the Vblank open world universe into the 16-bit era, powered up with destructible environments and an arsenal of supercharged weapons. Taking place some thirty years after the events of Retro City Rampage, the game follows The Player as he comes out of early retirement to rebuild his neglected corporate empire.
GDC 2016 is on the horizon, and today organizers are proud to debut talks from experts about what goes into porting games across platforms (including MS-DOS!) and making them look great everywhere....
Retro City Rampage creator had a "burning ambition" to port the title.
Steep system requirements include an Intel 486, 3.7 MB of HD space, and 4MB of RAM.
There are some people that want you to believe DOS gaming is dead. Retro City Rampage, the 8-bit GTA homage, is heading to a new platform. Well, new for the game, but certainly not new in relative terms. That platform is MS-DOS. Developer Vblank Entertainment announced today via Facebook that the port will be called […]
When Retro City Rampage was earlier in development, its creator Brian Provinciano printed up some promotional materials that looked like Sega Master System and Nintendo Entertainment System boxes. That wasn't just a cute marketing ploy. Show More Summary
Coming from VBlank... I looked into both Wii and 3DS when determining which platform(s) to do a physical version for as well. Unfortunately, the minimum print runs, cost per unit and other factors lead to me not doing them. They would’ve been super cool, but it all comes down to projected cost and estimated risk. Show More Summary
Hate downloading games? Or do you just want a physical memento of Retro City Rampage, the 8-bit styled homage to games like Grand Theft Auto? The post Retro City Rampage Gets Limited-Edition Physical Release on PlayStation Vita appeared first on WIRED.
The PS Vita version of Retro City Rampage DX will see a limited retail release in Europe and North America. It can be purchased through the VBlank Entertainment website. The package contains the full PS Vita release on a 2GB Vita card (the game takes up 19.8 MB), it’s region-free, and will run you $30. […]
Now, if your heart’s racing, you’re sweating -- you’re frazzled because you missed the PS4 blu-ray, stay calm!
Bring your Nintendo 3DS or PS Vita to my GDC talk in 30 mins! Fun things are afoot. http://t.co/mrE125GVsm — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) March 6, 2015
New Nintendo 3DS Update for Retro City Rampage DX - AVAILABLE NOW! Adds both New 3DS support & original 3DS tweaks! pic.twitter.com/GYmRdIcJI6 — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) February 17, 2015
New Nintendo 3DS Update for Retro City Rampage DX - Out tomorrow on the North American eShop (out now in Europe)! https://t.co/wTNgFUulG5 — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) February 17, 2015
The North American new 3DS Retro City Rampage DX update has been approved, available next week (Feb 19). pic.twitter.com/mbP5lqPSYh — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) February 13, 2015