Retro City Rampage DX

4.7
1.18K reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Retro City Rampage reimagines the open world crime genre like it's 1989! Rampage the city, steal cars, or play over 60 story mode missions!

This remastered pop culture send-up features a full Story Mode of open world missions, along with Arcade Challenges for quick pick-up-and-play action. Explore the city by foot or by car, and discover minigames, customizations, collectibles, special guest stars, and more.

• Supports Controllers
• English, Français, Italiano, Deutsch, Español


FEATURES

• 8-BIT Open-World
• Over 60 Story Missions
• Over 40 Arcade Challenges
• Over 25 Weapons & Power-Ups
• Over 50 Vehicles to Steal & Equip
• Over 200 Character Customizations
• Over 2.5 Hours of Chiptune Music
Updated on
Aug 6, 2020

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4.7
1.18K reviews
A Google user
March 7, 2019
By far one of my favorites! The classic graphics and chiptunes, and not to mention outrageous late 80s-esque humor! I love the many options that are available to tweak the game, allows for some awesome nostalgia. Love the secrets hidden throughout the city.
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Cameran Cummings
August 10, 2022
This game is so much fun and the levels are great. My favorite thing about this game is the open world where you can run around or drive and just waste time on a boring day. This game would be a bit more fun if you could use firetrucks, ambulances, cop cars, etc. the same way you'd use the taxi when you get in and press the button to do a 'Taxi Shift'.
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FullStack
October 28, 2020
Good game and also own this on Steam too. Only problem I've had was getting my Xbox controller to work correctly. The game acts like I'm continually pressing up on the right stick. At first I thought it was a problem with the joypad having drift and needing an adjustable dead zone to fix. After some experimenting I found that even with the joypad unplugged after the problem started it would still continue as if I was pressed up on the stick still. I've tested for pad drift too with none found.
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What's new

Added support for more game controllers.