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Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC


12:25 PM on 02.20.2012



Retro City Rampage creator Brian Provinciano promised a development update for February 20, so here it is. Is he not a man of his word?

The most important bit of news is that, in addition to WiiWare and Xbox Live Arcade, Retro City Rampage will also be getting cozy on PlayStation Network, PS Vita, and Steam. The game will release some time in May, and that date is looking like a lock.

You can even pre-order the Steam version right now on the Retro City Rampage main page for $14.99. Not only will the pre-order score you the Steam key the second the game arrives, it'll also earn you a soundtrack sampler, a digital manual, an 25% off all RCR-branded shirts, posters, and pins on Fangamer.

So, yeah, boyee! Get on that sh*t!

Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC photo







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