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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 565d ago | review

Review: Retro City Rampage brings its incredible vintage-flavored gameplay to XBLA | GameZone

GameZone writes:

"Retro City Rampage has been wreaking havoc across a number of platforms for a few months. Up until just recently, however, the game wasn’t available for Xbox 360 users to enjoy. Well, after being fashionably late, developer Brian Provinciano’s 8-bit-influenced crime adventure is now on Xbox Live Arcade, and it’s just as enjoyable there as it’s been on other platforms for the past several months. If you’ve been waiting to jump into this reference-filled, parody-fueled romp, there really is no time like the present." (Retro City Rampage, Xbox 360) 9/10

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