Vblank Entertainment has confirmed that Shakedown Hawaii, an open-world action video game with 16-bit aesthetic, will also hit Switch. It was announced for PS4, Wii U, PS Vita, 3DS and PC.
This is the sequel to the title Retro City Rampage, published in 2012. In Shakedown Hawaii, players will tour various scenarios wrapped in continuous bursts of shots. On the other hand, its history will be placed thirty years after the events occurred in the first game.
During the frantic independent video game show that Nintendo has released today on their video networks, the announcement of the promising ‘Shakedown Hawaii’ on the Nintendo Switch was seen.
The Vblank Entertainment game aims to evolve the formula of the acclaimed ‘Retro City Rampage’ adding a new setting and ton of new options in the form of locations, weapons, vehicles and a visual style that gives the jump from 8 to 16 bits.
The plot will take place 30 years after the original title and promises to keep alive the spirit of homage to classic games with all kinds of winks that made the first such a characteristic title.
The studio not only announced the launch of this new work for Nintendo Switch for some time without specifying the month of April, but also has confirmed that it will be a temporary exclusive and later during the year will reach 3DS, PC, PS4 and Vita.
At the moment has no release date, but has shown a new trailer on the occasion of the announcement for the new Nintendo console.
Watch the new trailer of Shakedown Hawaii for Nintendo Switch: