Retro City Rampage
Imagine an over the top cartoony Grand Theft Auto on the NES. Its entire world is full of familiar sights from the era’s pop culture --its characters, vehicles and weapons too. Your tools of urban chaos go beyond stealing cars and shooting guns! With super moves, power-ups and wild weapons such as the BioClaw, you can stomp on pedestrians’ heads or toss ’em around to knock the rest down!
From retro twists on modern games to open-world twists on the early ’80s arcade, its mission variety stands tall.
Chains, combos and bonuses are at the center of the action. From the hood of your car, send pedestrians flying across the screen --into each other and into bikes, sending drivers over their handrails, and collecting the coins they leave behind all the way! Plow down 50 in a row, or more!
Hilariously authentic cutscenes tie it all together, from the shootouts, stealth and driving to everything in between. If stories aren’t your thing, play through over 30 score centric sprees for instant action --that is, if you’re not having too much fun just exploring the city and listening to its immense chiptune soundtrack!
Retro City Rampage is a parody of the open-world action genre, taking modern game mechanics and mashing them into an authentic 8-bit experience --and it’s downloading onto your console this fall.
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