The fine folks at Vblank Entertainment (Brian Provinciano to be exact) want to give one lucky Destructoid community member a limited edition copy of Retro City Rampage DX for the PS4. What makes this so special is that only 2,000 physical...Show More Summary
Nintendo 3DS has the healthiest tail of all platforms. Released nearly 10 months ago, it has never been discounted and still boasts a strong weekly tail. It was a great fit for the platform and market and received great promotion from Nintendo at launch. Show More Summary
Tony Stark may be encased in armor most of the time, but even he can get cold sometimes and when he does, he reaches for this Iron Man Fleece Blanket. This warm and comfy blanket shows Iron Man flying over a city with a cool retro design. It may be cold outside, but you will […]
For those wondering: I bought a Wii U devkit in 2012 and will definitely consider bringing future games to the platform, just not RCR/DX. — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) December 11, 2014
"Wii code cannot be simply put on Wii U with the push of a button," the developer said of the 8-bit action game.
For those holding out hope, I unfortunately need to be forthcoming and completely clear: Retro City Rampage won't be coming to Wii U. You can already purchase and play the WiiWare version in Wii mode, so if you've been holding out, please...Show More Summary
If just 2% of people who wanted RCR on Wii U are currently buying the WiiWare version, a Wii U release would not justify porting costs, lol. — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) December 9, 2014 Remember, you can hop onto the Wii Shop Channel in Wii mode on your Wii U to purchase Retro City Rampage.
While indie games used to get a bad rap for being poorly made, in recent years they’ve come into their own. Some will even make you forget they’re independent at all. We’ve covered plenty of indie games at MakeUseOf, but one that’s missed the spotlight is Retro City Rampage. Show More Summary
Winter showcase – 6th December 10.00am – 6.00pm City of Colours is back! Come and join us for our winter showcase, involving over 30 local artists, a huge Christmas market hall, affordable art sale, DJs, retro gaming, graffiti battle on NYC style subway carriage, face painting, screen printing, break dancing and graffiti workshops. Oh and […]
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Now live on PlayStation Store: Assassin's Creed Unity (PS4) and Rogue (PS3), Terraria (PS4), Retro City Rampage DX (PS4/PS3/Vita), PES 2015 (PS4/PS3), Tales of Hearts R (PS Vita), and more.
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Players pilot a fighter jet through a gorgeous cityscape, shooting down enemies reminiscent of the enemies in Space Invaders in Jet Run: City Defender. This endless runner sends players on an exciting ride that after five waves of enemies culminates...
Tomorrow, the open-world nostalgia trip that is Retro City Rampage: DX hits PS4, PS3 and PS Vita digitally with 3X Cross Buy. With a 20% off PlayStation Plus launch week discount, you’ll get all three for $7.99 ($9.99 without Plus). That’s almost half of the original’s $14.99 launch price and with an added platform.
The ?Northern England Hotel Scene? has hitherto not been a phrase that slips easily off the tongue, but the northern cities are killing it this year, with a Beatles hotel, a football hotel and a retro Manhattan hotel all journeying north of the Watford Gap. Show More Summary
RCR:DX -> PS4+PS3+PS Vita = Nov 11 (EU: Nov 12) | Wii = Nov 13 | PC/Mac = Next week (exact day TBD) | X360 = hopefully next week — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) November 4, 2014 For clarification, yup, it's coming to AU/NZ too, on all platforms same day (for PlayStation, same day as EU) — Retro City Rampage (@RetroCR) November 4, 2014
The hard streets of Theftopolis are once again calling out to all fans of old school gaming to wreak havoc on the world of Retro City Rampage, with the release of a director?s cut for the PlayStation 3, PS4 and Vita. We?ve got a release date. We?ve got a new trailer. We?ve got loads of details. Get ready to blow stuff up.Click To Continue Reading
In a move that could be considered one of the biggest mass updates in recent memory, Retro City Rampage creator Brian Provinciano has announced that every version of the game will be updated to its improved DX version. That includesShow More Summary
An upgraded version of VBlank Entertainment's 8-bit styled sandbox action game Retro City Rampage debuts for the PlayStation 4, PS3, PS Vita, Xbox 360, WiiWare, PC, and Mac platforms next week, developer Brian Provinciano announced. Retro City...
Retro City Rampage's spruced up remake, Retro City Rampage: DX, premiered earlier this year on 3DS and now it's due next week on PS4, PS3, Vita and Wii, developer Brian Provinciano has announced. The PlayStation versions will offer Cross-Buy...Show More Summary