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Retro City Rampage - A Love Letter To Classic Gaming

Pixels for Breakfast writes: Retro City Rampage is an unabashed love letter to the games that raised a generation, with random pop-culture references rounding out a nostalgic hit of epic proportions. (PC, PS Vita, PS3, Retro City Rampage)

boybato  +   1145d ago
is it just me or does retro city rampage look awesome. 8 bit colors so vibrant it seems like it gives the illusion of depth.

gotta love dat OLED!!!!
Blues Cowboy  +   1145d ago
Looks gorgeous on Vita. Was going to get it on PC, but you're right, the OLED screen makes it look absolutely spectacular.
hellerphant  +   1145d ago
I'd definitely like to check it out on the Vita, the smaller screen would make it look a little sharper.
Kirnisorey  +   1145d ago
I just knew that this wasn't the game for me. Still have no idea why I bought it, but I have to say the game is pretty awesome.
hellerphant  +   1145d ago
Why isn't it the game for you?

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