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Retro City Rampage
7.9 out of 10

Retro City Rampage

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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

Alexander_Doom, Metacritic
22 February 2013
  • Summary: Retro City Rampage is a masterpiece. I don't often use this word, but i have to say it: this is a perfect game. Why? Because it's really really funny, an awesome graphic style, an awesome 8-bit soundtrack and it takes about 20 hours to complete everything (includes trophies).
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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

mwrizzle, Metacritic
21 January 2013
  • Summary: Great little game for the Vita. Lots of classic 8 bit references and nudges to the 8 bit era. Enjoyed playing every minute of it so far and now i'm thinking about it I will go play a bit more
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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

xxAcesHighxx, Metacritic
18 January 2013
  • Summary: Retro City Rampage is absolutely epic! Yes, it sports the very definition of paradoxical gameplay, yes there's more tongue-in-cheek humour than you can shake a stick at, and yes the 8bit pixel art is a veritable feast for the senses.
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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

skyyrg, Metacritic
15 October 2012
  • Summary: Retro City Rampage is loads of fun. That's all I really need to say. It plays like an old school GTA top-down view clone. It controls well and has a fair amount of content, but this is probably one of the most fun I've had with a downloadable title in a while.
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Overall 10
10

User Review

brasd, Metacritic
15 October 2012
  • Summary: This game is halarious. Its a joy to play. It looks like a classic retro game but also plays like a new game. It has a lot of 8 bit refrences but plays basically like the 2d grand theft auto games.
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Overall 10
10

User Review

eye4things, Metacritic
12 October 2012
  • Summary: I could never get into early arcade games, but I love this the way I loved Retro Game Challenge on the DS. The reason, in both cases, is that the game provides what those games themselves could not--story, choice, context, a persistent and interesting world to explore.
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