See Open-World Parody Retro City Rampage Running On PlayStation Vita

By Ishaan . May 22, 2012 . 10:30am

Retro open-world game parody, Retro City Rampage, which recently added PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita to its list of platforms, will support cross-platform saves on the two Sony devices. You’ll be able to save your status on one system and resume on the other.


In addition to this, designer, Brian Provinciano, also added two custom screen modes to the Vita version. The standard Vita-specific mode scales up all the art and makes it so that the characters and everything else are easy to see on the small screen. The second mode, which is 16:9, displays the full widescreen image without scaling anything up, and also supports the TV or arcade screen borders from the PlayStation 3 version.


Retro City Rampage is complete and is undergoing bug-fixing at the moment. The game is slated for release on the PC, Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and WiiWare. You can see the PlayStation Vita version running in the video below:


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  • KotaroInugami

    Looks FAN-TASTIC!~… But he uses the word “crossplay” and that means something very different to an anime fan like myself… :P

    • Repede91

       I`ll never look at Motor Storm RC the same way again!

  • manobon

    Can’t Wait! Hoping this comes out the day after the Sony E3 conference

  • Repede91

    This looks so good! I gonna be away from my home for about a week and half starting tomorrow, wish I could put it on my Vita now.

  • This game still exists?! I thought it died…

    Anyway, I’m ELATED to know this is still coming out!!!

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