New MSDOS Game - Retro City Rampage

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New MSDOS Game - Retro City Rampage

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"Steep system requirements include an Intel 486, 3.7 MB of HD space, and 4MB of RAM."

http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2015/06/m ... mpage-486/
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I've played that some, it's crazy and fun!

For me it was one of those sat down and loved it for one session, but never went back to it, and only a vague desire to try it again. Definitely worth checking out! :)
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Jesus Christ!hehe

I don't know.

I don't like that Gun intro screen. hehe

But, I know stuffs like that are still around.
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Re: God, I love tacos, is number one!hehe

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tienkhoanguyen wrote: I don't know.

I don't like that Gun intro screen. hehe

But, I know stuffs like that are still around.
Umm... are you even at all familiar with the game?
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Jesus Christ!hehe

:laugh: (lol)

I *think* I saw the preview of it through a screen capture.

However to answer the question "No, I'm not familiar with the game."

So I'm sorry about that.

I also read the other posts so Thank you for the suggestion.

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Yeah. The game is essentially an homage to the classic Grand Theft Auto games (I & II, specifically). If I recall, it started as a person's project to remake GTA3 in the same style as GTA 1 and 2. But then I think they got worried about IP and copyright, so they backed off and turned it into their own game. The project may have changed hands a few times in that process as well.

Now that the developers are happy with their final product, they seem to be on a mission to see how many different pieces of old hardware they can get their game to run on. The developers made <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hvx4xXhZMrU">a cool video that talks about the game's history, and how they worked their code to get the game to function on an NES.</a>
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