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Retro City Rampage is an excellent game that was polished for a long, long time until it was finally released for us to enjoy. After being in development for almost 10 years, indie dev Brian Provinciano managed to create a retrotastic masterpiece that will be remembered for many years to come.
Those who grew up playing the NES are going to love all the easter eggs and references to the hundreds of games and franchises that Retro City Rampage pays homage (and makes fun of), and the tight gameplay will keep you cominc back for more.
After being in development for 10 years, indie developer Brian Provinciano finally released Retro City Rampage, a retrotastic game that feels like a love letter to the games and culture of the 80s and 90s. With a rich mich of main and side missions, great humor and tight gameplay mechanics, Retro City Rampage managed to score high, earning a 95%.
After having so much fun reviewing Retro City Rampage, it seemed only fair to try and get you guys a chance to own the game. One man army Brian Provinciano of Vblank Entertainment has provided me with two codes for Retro City Rampage, and I have decided to contribute to the pot as well by adding codes for Bandcamp so that the winners can download the awesome soundtrack for the game! Tickets are 100 points a piece, and you can get 10 of them, minus the social entries. Giveaway ends Sunday, February 17 at 11:59PM PST. Good luck!
And remember: by redeeming a code for Retro City Rampage, you’ll be getting the PS3 AND the Vita versions thanks to this game being one of those that feature Crossbuy!
UPDATE: I’ve added a couple of extra codes JUST for the soundtrack to the total number of prizes to win! If you already own the game, now you can enter to get free copy of the awesome chiptune soundtrack! If that is the case, please leave a comment stating you already own RCR so I can speed up the process of sending everyone their codes in the order I pick the random winners.
Retro City Rampage. Oh, what a game, what a game. RCR had been in development for almost 10 years before One-man army Brian Provinciano announced to the world that the game would FINALLY see a full release on every home console in the market.
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