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Retro City Rampage Music Video Tickles Your Nostalgia Bone

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Posted October 29, 2010 - By Kevin Kelly


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Just when you thought Retro City Rampage couldn't get much more amazing, they up the ante with an amazing soundtrack. Here's a ten minute video with ten of the different songs featured in the game. That music you're hearing? It's from:

  • virt (Jake Kaufman) – Renowned chiptune artist, his work includes Contra 4, Red Faction II, Shantae, Batman: The Brave & the Bold, among DOZENS of other titles.
  • Freaky DNA (Leonard Paul) – Has been working on video games since the Sega Genesis and SNES including NBA '95. Most recently Len completed work on the brand new NBA Jam.
  • Norrin Radd (Matt Creamer) – Who brought deathmetal to the NES with his album Anomaly.

 

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Look for more awesomeness when Retro City Rampage launches in the future. This is one title that speaks to that nostalgic gamer buried in all of us, and if you want to download the 10 minute track for free, keep reading and follow the tape trail.

 

 

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Click the cassette for tunage, and enjoy.

 

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