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Learn about the history of Deus Ex
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Far Cry: Primal shows off a beautiful world rife with danger
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It doesn't matter how you get your Gjallarhorn
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Retro City Rampage in final stages of certification process for 360, Wii and Europe
Posted on December 05, 2012 by Oscar Gonzalez

VBlank Entertainment's Retro City Rampage was finally released this past October, giving many players a romp through the games of their past in a GTA-like world.  Unfortunately, only PS3, Vita, and PC owners were able to partake in the fun, but that will change...soon. 

Today, VBlank Entertainment confirmed that the Xbox 360 and WiiWare were all in the certification process for the respective platform.  Certification varies between the two platforms so we'll have to wait and see when an official date can be given.  European Union gamers can also rest assured that their chance to play Retro City Rampage on the Xbox 360, WiiWare, PS3 and Vita is also in the works to be released soon. 

For those who have been waiting patiently for Retro City Rampage to appear on their consoles, you're patience did not go unnoticed.  VBlank Entertainment has been polishing their game for the new platform this past month as well as including some tweaks to improve the peformance of the game.  There will even be an avatar award for Xbox 360 owners. 

To keep updated about the certification process and the various changes made by Vblank Entertainment, you can visit the official Retro City Rampage website.

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Minecraft: Story Mode - Episode 1: The Order of the Stone
Tales of Zestiria
WWE 2K16
Transformers: Devastation
Guitar Hero Live
Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance
Rock Band 4
Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below
Assassin's Creed Syndicate
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