Vblank Entertainment's Retro City Rampage DX [$4.99] is a charming ode to 1980s pop culture. What started as an 8-bit demake of Grand Theft Auto eventually mutated into a tribute to NES games, movies, TV shows, and more. While its reach occasionally extends beyond its grasp in some of its parodies, it certainly does an
Retro City Rampage DX [$3.99] finally hits iOS. Took it long enough, eh? Brian Provinciano's "what if Grand Theft Auto was an 8-bit game that paid homage to every classic game and notable 1980s cultural phenomenon" title had landed everywhere but mobile. It was on desktop (PC, Mac, and Linux!), the Vita (on cartridge too!),
What better way is there to spend a Sunday than by catching up on the latest great iOS apps? Whether you’re wanting to transform the way you text with a fantastic new messaging tool, or just fancy unwinding with a top-down, open-world...Show More Summary
The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn't necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game
Retro City Rampage DX, the enhanced port of Brian Provinciano's throwback to arcade games of yore, is out today on iOS devices. Priced at £3.99 / $4.99, the mobile version of Retro City Rampage includes the entire game, right down to all its mini-games and the anaglyphic 3D racer modes. Show More Summary
Surprise! Developer VblankEntertainment sent me over a note this morning that Retro City Rampage DX was stealth launched on iOS devices this morning. It features controller support as well as touch controls, and runs on everything iOS 6.0 or above. Show More Summary
Surprise releases are always the most fun, no? Retro City Rampage DX [$4.99] coming to iOS certainly qualifies, as there was no word that it was coming to iOS, development of the game seemed to cease after it released on PC (Windows AND MS-DOS), Mac, Linux, PS4, PS3, PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS, Wii, Xbox 360,
A stellar lineup. Pay at least $1 to get Retro City Rampage DX, Never Alone and Outlast. Beat the average to get Trine 3, Door Kickers and more, or pay $2 more than the average to get Else Heart.Break() and Sunless Sea. All games come as DRM-free copies or Steam keys.
Humble Indie Bundle 16 has launched and it's a good one. Pay what you want to receive Retro City Rampage DX, Outlast, and Never Alone with its Foxtales DLC. You'll even receive an 80 per cent discount on Outlast's Whistleblower DLC in the Humble Store. Show More Summary
Vblank Entertainment released a new trailer for their upcoming, open-world action game, Shakedown Hawaii. The game takes the 8-bit charm of Retro City Rampage and evolves it to the 16-bit era with improved sprites, higher quality sound and music, as well as smoother gameplay.Click To Continue Reading
Here’s a teaser trailer for Shakedown Hawaii, which is set 30 years after the events of Retro City Rampage. In the game, the player comes out of retirement and is tasked with rebuilding his empire. Announced back in November, the game is an open-world adventure title full of weapons and destructible environments. Vblank Entertainment’s Shakedown […]
Developer VBlank Entertainment wrapped up its 2015 by unveiling the upcoming sequel to Retro City Rampage, called Shakedown Hawaii. As it looks to wrap up this follow-up to the 8-bit Grand Theft Auto-style romp, a new teaser trailerShow More Summary
The sequel to the 8-bit Grand Theft Auto tribute Retro City Rampage. Shakedown Hawaii has 16-bit graphics, destructible environments, and lots of new weapons. Coming to Windows, Mac, Linux, PS4, PS Vita and perhaps other systems as well. SEGA Genesis, anyone?
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.