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Submitted by SamMansoor 765d ago | news

Retro City Rampage Bonus Content on WiiWare next week

Retro City Rampage will be out on WiiWare on Feb 28.It will end the pixelate journey aswell. The retail price of the funny crime game will be $10. It will enable players to ”experience what Retro City Rampage could’ve been like if it were actually released in the ’80s, as a 100% NES hardware-accurate ROM.” and will be accessible through in game arcade. (PC, Wii, Wii U)

Nevers0ft  +   765d ago
This is a polite request from my lazy ass to Vblank Entertainment:

"Please do a quick-and-dirty port to Wii U. I'm fine with the game, I just want to play on the Wii U Gamepad in off-TV mode . Also, the delay when dropping into vWii mode will eat into valuable Retro City Rampage playtime. Not to mention the fact that i have credit on the eShop and don't want to have to dick around with Nintendo points for the Wii"

Damn me and my first world problems :/

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