Retro City Rampage Creator Announces 16-Bit Style Sequel Shakedown Hawaii

By Chris Priestman . November 25, 2015 . 4:00pm

VBlank Entertainment has announced new retro-style open world urban action game Shakedown Hawaii.

 

It’s a sequel to VBlank’s previous game Retro City Rampage and is set 30 years after its events. According to Shakedown Hawaii’s website, it once again stars Retro City Rampage’s anti-hero, except this time he’s older, fatter, and balding.

 

It also says that he’s come out of retirement to micromanage his global empire at every stage – “from the boardroom to the streets.” Whether this implies that there’s an extra layer to the game than running around and killing everything in sight is yet to be seen.

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What we can see, however, is that the NES-stylings of Retro City Rampage have been upgraded to a more Sega Genesis-like era (16-bit) of graphics in Shakedown Hawaii. And there also seems to be a strong 1980s theme running throughout the game, from the slogans to the music.

 

Shakedown Hawaii will be coming to Steam for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Nintendo platforms.


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