Retro City Rampage Crack With License Key

Retro City Rampage A parody of the open-world action genre, Retro City Rampage takes modern game mechanics and mashes them into an authentic 8-bit experience. It's one half fast paced arcade game, the other half a hilarious story mode! It's all the driving and shooting you'd expect and a whole lot more! With missions that twist pages straight from classic game experiences, you get to re-live and rewrite history in a way only a modern anti-hero could! When it comes to enemies, weapons are only the beginning! Put on your boots and jump on their heads! Toss 'em around to knock the rest down! Become truly unstoppable with awesome power-ups! Through its world, characters and missions, Retro City Rampage lampoons the entire 8-bit era from its games to the TV, movies and pop culture!
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 73 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1962
Genre Action Adventure, Adventure, 3D, Open-World, Modern, Third-Person
Company / Developer
Vblank Entertainment Inc. / Vblank Entertainment Inc.
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Retro City Rampage reviews ( 7 )

InnocuousRemark, Oct 10, 2012

This game is a blast, but it'll probably only feel like an 8/10 if you never played the NES classics. In which case, I suggest you look up the references in this game and play those classics. Anyway, easily worth $15. Also, great controller support.

mtroni, Oct 10, 2012

Excellently executed, to the minutes of details this is an instant, timeless classic. Must play for any NES / oldschool game enthousiast and also for those willing to learn about the glory days of gaming. LOVE the pixel art, chip tunes and oldschool throwbacks! 10 / 10

AgZarp, Oct 10, 2012

This game is everything you've ever played. Every game you've ever loved. And more. At first I was slightly apprehensive about spending £10 on a game that, on the surface, may seem like something you'd find on a flash games website. But then I started playing. I'm not going into detail for fear of giving anything away, but if you love retro/arcade games and you're sitting around wondering if it's worth it: It is.

CookiiOmNom, Jan 24, 2016

Retro City Rampage is an amazing game, bringing that whole GTA 1,2 and London nostalgia all over again, but with many many retro NES references that are going to bring you a good laugh. References like Back to the Future, Paper Boy, Duck Hunt, Ninja Turtles and even more, the whole game can sometimes be a little frustrating when it comes to playing through a few missions, but it is still a fun game to try. Great game to get for any console including PC.

Riskyreview, Apr 19, 2013

This would have been amazing about 20 years ago now it's just an irrelevant parody lost in a new generation of games. This game fits better for something like the ipad so you can play it on the go instead of waisting time when you could be playing better games like bioshock or tomb raider.

RagAndBoneMan, Oct 19, 2012

As others have stated, it's a soulless nostalgia pandering game with ok controls but nothing to do with them. This has absolutely no personality of it's own and just tries its hardest to be liked by everyone and anyone that has been alive for more than twenty years. I love GTA style games but this one was obviously produced by someone missing the point. Parody does not simply mean reference. Don't be suckered in with it's false charm.

DRiVER_helsinki, Jan 24, 2014

after one minute positive impression, i found 8 bit style chosen because lazy, or out of resources. longer i played the more this one started feeling little unfinished. We have been playing better looking retrogames, with more charm in objects and plots, -even the originals from which many of ideas here have ben copied were implemented better. Here you got fast copy of lots of material for fast content. i started feeling i've already played this with those old original implementations. Hmm i think i buy my kid Renegade Ops instead of this.