I want the world, I want the whole world!
VBlank Entertainment’s Retro City Rampage was a remarkable indie jab at video game giant Grand Theft Auto. Featuring everything from high-octane action to time-travelling shenanigans, it was a game that got everything right. It was smart, funny, gorgeous... in short, pretty much everything you’d want in...
Take over the island piece by piece
Since it was confirmed for Nintendo Switch earlier this year (it had previously been announced for the 3DS, too) we've heard relatively little of Shakedown Hawaii, the next game from Vblank Entertainment. For fans of Retro City Rampage, however, the wait for details has been an anxious one. Vblank Entertainment...
C-Stick support also planned
Among the various pleasing announcements in its Nintendo Switch Indie Showcase, Nintendo pulled off a small coup by securing the debut release of Shakedown Hawaii, with the title targeting an April release on the system. It's the sequel to Retro City Rampage, the chaotic and fiercely entertaining retro-style title by...
Late last year Vblank Entertainment finally revealed the successor to the brilliant Retro City Rampage, with Shakedown Hawaii announced and confirmed to be targeting the 3DS. It's set 30 years after Retro City Rampage as the ageing protagonist - 'The Player' - comes out of retirement to fight for his criminal empire, and we can be...
NX decision to come when "more is known"
Retro City Rampage was one of the final WiiWare releases, and returned in an improved and hugely enjoyable form on 3DS with Retro City Rampage: DX. Brian Proviciano - the founder of Vblank Studios - spent a significant amount of time updating that title, and we were huge fans of its fast-paced top-down...
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