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Submitted by NewMonday 702d ago | news

RCR Dev: Indies Should Definitely Jump Onto the PS Vita

According to Retro City Rampage creator Brian Provinciano, the Vita version of the game has proven to be the most successful, selling much more on PS Vita than PSN, XBLA or Steam, advising Indy developers to "jump onto the PS Vita". (Dev, Indie, Industry, PS Vita, Retro City Rampage)

jujubee88  +   702d ago
Nice. :)
I knew indy games would rock on VITA. But, honestly, I did not think the situation with indies on VITA would be SO good on VITA that an indy game (like RCR) would outsell all of the console AND the Valve counter-parts.

"Hotline Miami" and "Lone Survivor" up next for me! 8)
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NewMonday  +   702d ago
it's the perfect fit, any developer making digital games should really take a look at the Vita
TongkatAli  +   702d ago
Look at the second and third comment on the site page, lol.

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