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Retro City Rampage Hits Xbox 360, Wii, PS3, Vita, And PC May

Posted on Tuesday, February 21 @ 16:40:19 PST by

If you've been anxiously awaiting news about Retro City Rampage's release date, you'll be happy to hear that creator Brian Provinciano has let slip that the throwback violence simulator will be available for play in May. I had assumed I'd need my hard drive good and warm and ready to download via Steam or other PC based download service.

Fortunately, the indie game to destroy all indie games will actually be setting off a spree of pixelated violence on the PC... and the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, and newly released PlayStation Vita!

Retro City Rampage's quick bursts of arcade action will certainly do well while you're on the train, waiting for an appointment, or sitting on the toilet. Just don't drop that Vita in when you're done!

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Tags:   retro, indie, PS Vita, Xbox 360, ps3, Wii, PC

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