Retro City Rampage launch trailer is packed with day-glo pixels, game is playable at GameStop

Retro City Rampage launches tomorrow on PlayStation Network, PlayStation Vita and PC, and its developer, Vblank Entertainment, put together a colorful launch trailer to mark the occasion.

The studio also announced that the PS Vita version of Retro City Rampage will be playable at GameStop locations throughout the United States this month. The game's soundtrack, featuring chiptune artists Virt, Norrin Radd and Freaky DNA, is already available to buy digitally, or physically on CD or vinyl.

Retro City Rampage will be available for $14.99 tomorrow on PS3 and PS Vita on the North American PlayStation Store; Sony's Cross Buy program means that if you buy one version, you'll get the other for free. The game will also be available tomorrow for the same price on PC, through its official website as well as on Steam and Good Old Games. Retro City Rampage will launch on PS3 and PS Vita in Europe later this month, with Xbox Live Arcade and WiiWare versions — which are "99.9 percent ready to go," according to Vblank — following soon afterward.

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