Retro City Rampage DX Switch footage (off-screen)
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Retro City Rampage DX will be on Switch very soon – likely within the next week or two. See some off-screen footage of the new release below.
Retro City Rampage DX will be further improved on Switch, teaser
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As a way of tiding fans over until the release of Shakedown: Hawaii, Vblank Entertainment is putting out its previous game Retro City Rampage DX on Switch. It could end up on the eShop either this week or next week.
On Switch, Vblank noted that Retro City Rampage DX will feature even more improvements:
Like each port before it, it contains little tweaks that polish the game even further (I just can’t help myself!). From little things like the slightly more stylish score display, to improved enemy stomp and swimming controls, to improved lock-on targeting, and mission difficulty tweaks. If you couldn’t beat Death Cam VHS before, you’ll have a leg up on Switch!
As for Shakedown’s release, don’t worry! This surprise port hasn’t lead to any sort of delays with that. If anything, this’ll ensure that once ready, Shakedown gets through Nintendo Switch certification quickly, since our road’s been paved by RCR:DX.
We also have this teaser for the Switch release:
Retro City Rampage DX coming to Switch
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Vblank Entertainment is currently working on Shakedown Hawaii for Switch. But before that game is ready, it looks like the developer is bringing over a previous game: Retro City Rampage DX.
A listing on the European eShop lists Retro City Rampage DX for Switch. Although a release date is not officially set, the store lists the title for July 27.
Here’s an overview of Retro City Rampage DX from the listing:
Shakedown: Hawaii – full reveal trailer
Vblank Entertainment has gone live with the full reveal trailer for Shakedown: Hawaii, a spiritual successor to Retro City Rampage. Watch it below.
10 minutes of Shakedown: Hawaii footage
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Nintendo World Report has shared some new direct-feed footage of Shakedown: Hawaii based on the PC build. View the gameplay below.
Off-screen Shakedown: Hawaii footage on Switch
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At E3, Nintendo World Report recorded some footage of Shakedown: Hawaii running on Switch’s screen. View the video below.
Shakedown: Hawaii will have a 3DS zoomed out camera option
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Shakedown: Hawaii is planned for Switch, but we also can’t forget about the 3DS version. Just recently, Vblank Entertainment posted a short clip of a new zoomed out camera option on the handheld, which you can view below. The studio recommends using it only with XL systems.
Shakedown: Hawaii – “Color Options” video
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Vblank Entertainment prepared a new Shakedown: Hawaii video showing off the game’s color options. Several choices will be included, such as the one pictured above. The full set can be seen in the video below.
Shakedown: Hawaii will feature Arcade Challenges
Retro City Rampage featured over 40 Arcade Challenges that players could tackle. In the spiritual successor Shakedown: Hawaii, Vblank Entertainment is bringing the idea back.
Vblank posted a brief teaser this weekend showing one of these challenges in action. Below, you can get a look at Pedestrian Target Practice, which has you mowing down civilians.
Shakedown: Hawaii soundtrack preview – Matt Creamer – Heist
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Vblank Entertainment has kicked the first in a series of soundtrack previews for Shakedown: Hawaii. The first one from composer Matt Creamer can be heard below.