Retro City Rampage will be released through Nintendo’s eShop for 3DS in February, the game’s developer Brian Provinciano announced on Twitter. The game was previously released through WiiWare and on PS Vita. A specific date could not be provided by Provinciano, but when it releases, it will run you $9.99. Thanks, Game Informer.
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Retro City Rampage creator Brian Provinciano has detailed his career so far, and his success on consoles. He has suggested that console games need not be as risky a proposition as they first appear in a new talk.
Nintendo has revealed that Brian Provinciano’s rather popular Retro City Rampage will be coming to the 3DS eShop. It’ll be playable to PAX Prime.
Retro City Rampage
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