Retro City Rampage has sold more on Vita than other platforms

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 27 February 2013 19:48 GMT

Retro City Rampage developer Brian Provinciano has said the Vita version of the game available through PSN has sold “much more” than its Steam, XBLA or PS3 iterations. “Steam’s done far better than XBLA too, but PSN has still done the best,” Provinciano said, according to Joystiq. Provinciano also said over Twitter the XBLA version cost more to develop “than all other SKUs combined,” and that “Sony promoted” the title “incredibly well and Vita players are hungry for games.” Retro City Rampage is expected on WiiWare this week.

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