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Those destructible environments in Shakedown: Hawaii? Oh yeah, they burn too :) #ScreenshotSaturday #onfriday pic.twitter.com/U8ostXcAJF — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) March 10, 2017 There's just something I appreciate so much about pixel art. The level of work that goes into creating images like this has to be pretty staggering.
Turned up the destruction effects! X-TREME! (also learned twitter doesn't like 60fps videos -- re-uploaded ;) pic.twitter.com/zj7DZIALhc — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) February 16, 2017
Whether it is the first date or the 200th, sometimes staring at each other over a plate of ubiquitous Brussel sprouts can be awkward and a bit, well, ordinary. Put some zip into an evening out by exploring some thrilling dine, drink and play options popping up all around the Twin Cities metro area. Show More Summary
The player decides to give up on pants and go pants-free trampolining. #OpenWorld #Sandbox #ShakedownHawaii pic.twitter.com/zs0UhUrRg8 — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) February 13, 2017 A pantsless player tried grabbing pants from a clothesline, but a gang car drove by & shot them. He remains pantsless. pic.twitter.com/LjFfWh3xPD — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) February 13, 2017
I guess early 2017 is going to be the time for retro inspired beat-'em-ups to get launched, as River City Ransom: Underground is set for a release on February 27. This is hot on the heels of Double Dragon IV, but has been anticipated for much longer. Show More Summary
Want a Super Spreadshot Gun too?#VendingMachineAteMyMoneyhttps://t.co/K7Mb1UbWWS pic.twitter.com/U7ICaUq3Ir — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) January 25, 2017 There's just something about pixel art that I appreciate so much. I can't put my finger on what it is, but seeing stuff like this really impresses me. Show More Summary
Shakedown: Hawaii has a few more car customization options than Retro City Rampage did ;) pic.twitter.com/RwQNWjATdx — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) January 28, 2017 While I'm excited for this game to hit 3DS, I'd really love to see it on Switch as well. The developer has had great luck with 3DS so far. I'm hopeful he'll try his luck with Switch!
NYC's Premiere Nightclub 1:18 New York City's newest nightclub is the one you've been waiting for your entire life. Submitted by: ANUBIAS Regular Keywords: commercial parody 1970s nightclub retro nostalgia film 16mm video bad vhs vhs Views: 289
Holiday shopping be crazy! #ShakedownHawaii #RetroCityRampage #ScreenshotSaturday pic.twitter.com/sg3PC0j5z3 — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) December 24, 2016
A mad dash for some last minute Christmas shopping, in Shakedown: Hawaii. pic.twitter.com/g8CTga5R8g — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) December 18, 2016
The Retro City Rampage DX game takes you back to the 80's to the city of Theftopolis, where you take on the role of a criminal in search of work.
Perhaps the last platform in existence to not get Retro City Rampage [$4.99] in an official capacity has been Android. I say official because you can literally buy a version for MS-DOS and probably run it through a DOS emulator on Android. But for those who haven't done that, well, I have good news: Retro
Rockin' out in Shakedown: Hawaii. #ScreenshotSaturday #openworld https://t.co/8ZOpRzH2CK pic.twitter.com/C4ctyij1K5 — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) December 10, 2016 I'm always impressed by pixel art, and the stuff I've seen for this game is looking pretty damn gorgeous. Let's hope we see a Switch version alongside the planned 3DS release.
The City Art Posters series by Hubert Roguski gives traditional cartography a new function
Name: Phoebe, Dylan and Memphis Location: Wye River, Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia Size: 753 square feet Years lived in: 3 years, owned Phoebe, Dylan and their one-year-old son Memphis love escaping city life in Melbourne and driving down the Great Ocean Road to Wye River, relaxing at their Australiana fibro shack they've named Ipanema. Show More Summary
Coca-Cola will always be the city’s most popular soft drink. But lately we’ve noticed lesser-known retro sodas sharing shelf space alongside Coke’s signature curvy glass bottles.
With its retro appearance, single story and 1949 vintage, this Panorama City home falls into the loose category of the Atomic Ranch style. The inviting interiors have been remodeled to further streamline the look with a functional open-plan design, an updated kitchen and clean lines throughout....
Few airline routes evoke the golden age of flying quite like New York City to Palm Springs. And to celebrate new seasonal service along that route, JetBlue jumped back to the 1960s this weekend—with a "Time Travel Agency" pop-up store...Show More Summary
Everybody seems to enjoy a good horror-comedy like Shaun Of The Dead or even some bits of Cabin In The Woods, but the major studios don’t usually acknowledge the fact that an ostensibly scary movie can also be fun and funny. Thankfully,...Show More Summary