Sony has done a pretty good job of establishing its platforms as welcoming places for indie developers, and the company went a step further this week. Sony announced the introduction of a new Indie Games category in the PlayStation Store, and the section kicked off with sales on a few titles. More after the jump.
Retro City Rampage is already wildly faithful to the old school games it so adores in the version available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PS Vita, and PC, but creator Brian Provinciano took the Wii version to a whole new level. Available now on WiiWare, Retro City Rampage now includes ROM City Rampage, a working 8-bit version of the top-down action game. See how it works past the jump.
The WiiWare version of Retro City Rampage was recently given a January release window, and now XBLA is joining the fun on January 2, 2013. Read on for more!
It's been quite a while since Brian Provinciano's excellent Retro City Rampage was first announced for Nintendo's WiiWare service, and the 8-bit GTA-style homage has since been released on a slew of platforms. Those holding out for the Wii release can rest easy, though, because it looks like it's finally ready to debut in January 2013. More after the jump!
After what has seemed like an eternal wait, VBlank's Grand Theft Auto-inspired, NES style open world action game Retro City Rampage is finally available. Well, for most of its destined platforms, at least. You can grab it now on PS3 and PS Vita via the PlayStation Store, and PC via Steam and GOG.com. Check out the launch trailer after the jump!
It's been a while since we first heard about VBlank's excellent looking Retro City Rampage back when it was first known as Grand Theftendo. Now the NES-style game is finally set to hit PlayStation 3, PS Vita, and PC in North America on October 9. More after the jump!
It seems like it's been ages since Retro City Rampage was first announced, but it looks like it's finally coming out in May. Better yet, it's now headed to more platforms. Initially announced for Xbox Live Arcade and WiiWare, it will also be available on PlayStation 3, PS Vita, and Steam. More after the jump!
My own personal excitement for VBlank Entertainment's old school homage, Retro City Rampage, could not be any higher at this point. I'd say it's hit a "fever pitch," and watching pretty much any trailer—like this one—for the game should offer a good indication as to why. Now you can supplement that excitement with some fresh gear.