Retro City Rampage developer Brian Provinciano has announced a new game called Shakedown Hawaii.
It’s a sequel to Retro City set 30 years later, and sees an out-of-shape version of the same protagonist come out of retirement for more open-world, retro-style mayhem. Things will be a little less retro though. This time around, the graphics will pay homage to 16-bit games instead of 8-bit, which means everything will look a little better, with more weapons and destructible environments. Like its predecessor, expect Shakedown Hawaii to have plenty of dark humor and pop culture references.
Shakedown Hawaii is being developed for the PS4 and Vita, with PC and 3DS versions being considered.