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The 'Splosion Men blast their way into Retro City Rampage

1:00 PM on 11.20.2011

Tony Ponce

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Oh, Brian Provinciano! How do you keep managing to squeeze cameo after reference and reference after cameo into Retro City Rampage? Keep it up and the game will never be released in our lifetime!

This latest trailer announces that Twisted Pixel's 'Splosion Man and Ms. 'Splosion Man will be making craters in this grand menagerie of 80s-style carnage. It's not specifically mentioned in the press release, but these special guests may be exclusive to the Xbox 360 version.

If all goes according the plan, Retro City Rampage will drop early next year on XBLA and WiiWare.

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