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Can You Catch Every Reference In Retro City Rampage's Launch Trailer?

Posted on Monday, October 8 @ 19:51:27 Eastern by

I've had my eye on Retro Ctiy Rampage for some years now, even featuring the game's soundtrack well in advance of its release, but now that it's finally here, I kind of feel overwhelmed. I mean, I've been anticipating the crazy throwback antics of vBlank's chaos simulator for some time now, but I can't imagine how good it'll feel for designer Brian Provinciano to finally release it to the masses.

Anyway, the launch trailer above details some of the chaotic gameplay and outlandish references long-time gamers will discover when they get their hands on the title tomorrow, whether it's via PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 (you only need one purchase for those two), or on their PCs. I have to admit that even I can't name everything in the trailer above, so if you notice any, call them out in the comments.
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