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See how Retro City Rampage got slimmed down to 8-bit

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Did you know: Brian Provinciano has some killer biceps

Long before Retro City Rampage, developer Brian Provinciano was working on Grand Theftendo, essentially a demake of Grand Theft Auto III. Brian even created his own original Nintendo development kit to make this happen! He would eventually move away from making a little demake stuck within constraints of old hardware, with the result being Retro City Rampage.

With the release of Retro City Rampage tomorrow on WiiWare, Brian is including a special homage to his original concept by including a truly 8-bit version of the game called ROM City Rampage. This additional content will also be released as a free update for the Steam version tomorrow.

It's not a simple process demaking a game, and this video from Brian shows you how he managed to pull it off.


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