It’s really hard to be stoic and objective when reviewing a game like VBlank Entertainment’s Retro City Rampage. What we have here is the very id of videogaming, distilled into the loudest, fastest, brightest package on offer. Beginning life a whole decade ago, RCR started out as a straight-faced remake of Grand Theft Auto 3 for the original NES. It’s arguable that after that project went dark, that RCR succumbed to feature creep, and the developer’s compulsive urge to cram every single idea he had into a single game took over. This is the result, and it is completely mental.