Retro City Rampage

Retro City Rampage

2012

System
PlayStation 3
Publisher
Vblank Entertainment
Developer
Vblank Entertainment

6.5

Game Rating

User Ratings: 13

Our Review: 9/10

Retro City Rampage News

February2013

January2013

  • Store Update 16th January 2013 (Europe)

    Retro renaissance

    Retro City Rampage makes its long awaited arrival on the European PlayStation Store today. The throwback adventure is joined by a handful of hot titles, including Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable, Orgarhythm, and Sumioni: Demon Arts. Just a quick note for PlayStation Plus subscribers: you’ll be able to a download complimentar

  • News Retro City Rampage Pulls Up on the European PSN Next Week

    Heist life

    After what feels like an eternity, one-man developer Brian Provinciano has confirmed that Retro City Rampage will hijack the European PlayStation Network next week. That’s the 16th January if you want to mark your calendars. Go on, we’ll wait. The game boasts an additional month of development on top of the North American release,...

December2012

November2012

  • News The European Version of Retro City Rampage Is Finished

    Party like it's 1986

    It feels like forever since Retro City Rampage took the North American PlayStation Network by storm, but the throwback title is still not available in Europe. That’s because one-man developer Brian Provinciano decided to delay the international release while he worked on an update for the game based on player feedback. "As...

October2012

  • Store Update 9th October 2012 (North America)

    The motherload

    Forget about the slew of content starting to infiltrate physical shops – the PlayStation Store is the best place to be. This week’s North American update is absolutely brimming with new releases, including highlights such as Dishonored and Retro City Rampage. In truth, we could write a short thesis about the slew of games coming...

  • News Count the References in This Retro City Rampage Trailer

    Old school

    Watching this Retro City Rampage launch trailer is a bit like seeing your whole gaming life flash before you. The promotional video for the 8-bit open world adventure – due out on PS3 and Vita later today – is packed with so many throwback references that we actually lost count. Let us know how many you spot in the comments section...

  • News Retro City Rampage Travels Back in Time on 9th October

    Pull shapes

    Our agonising wait for Retro City Rampage will finally come to a conclusion next week, when the 8-bit interpretation of Grand Theft Auto hijacks a spot on the North American PlayStation Store on 9th October. For just $14.99, you’ll unlock access to both the PS3 and Vita versions of the title. A European release will take place at some...

June2012

  • News Retro City Rampage Embraces "Buy One Get Both" Model

    Hip hip hooray

    You’ll no longer have to make an agonising decision over which platform to purchase the upcoming Retro City Rampage for, as the game will take advantage of Sony’s “buy one get both” deal. That means, regardless of which system you snap up the 8-bit adventure for, you’ll be able to experience it on both PS3 and Vita. In...

May2012

  • News Super Meat Boy Cameos in Retro City Rampage

    Meating in the middle

    Super Meat Boy is never coming to the PlayStation Network, but at least he’ll make a guest appearance in the upcoming Retro City Rampage. The character will cameo in a mini-game named Retro Meat Boy, a kind of old-school racer. You can catch the mini-game in action via the trailer below. Meat Boy is just one of many other...

  • News Retro City Rampage Rolls Back the Clock on Vita

    Flux capacitor

    Sadly we’re not here to share a release date announcement for the upcoming PS3 and Vita throwback Retro City Rampage, but we do have a new gameplay trailer to sate your raging anticipation. Best of all, this brand new video shows off the title on Sony's new handheld for the very first time. Those of you unsure of which platform to...

March2012

  • News Retro City Rampage to Retail for $15

    Because it's worth it

    Retro City Rampage developer Brian Provinciano refuses to charge less than what he feels his game is worth. In an interview with PocketNext, the indie developer took a dig at the “race to the bottom” pricing model that is sweeping iOS platforms, explaining that his title is worth every penny of the $15 he intends to sell it...

February2012

  • News Retro City Rampage Hijacks Vita and PS3

    Firing Vblanks

    Indie developer Vblank Entertainment is bringing Retro City Rampage to PS3 and PS Vita, designer Brian Provinciano revealed on the official PS EU Blog. The game — originally revealed for WiiWare several years ago — is now coming to PSN and Vita in May this year. We won't hold our breath: once upon a time it was set for release in...