MS-DOS is getting a new game in the form of Retro City Rampage 486


If there’s one thing that’s wrong with PC gaming these days, it’s that it’s far too easy. Steam collections? Automated driver updates? Graphical user interfaces? Pah! Frankly, if a PC game doesn’t require a Sound Blaster 16 card and arrive on 25 floppy disks, then I don’t want know. Fortunately, there’s one developer out there that gets it. Vblank Entertainment is bringing Retro City Rampage —its homage to 8-bit games and Grand Theft Auto —over to the greatest gaming OS of all time: MS-DOS. Yes, the operating system released all the way back in 1981 is getting a brand new(ish) game. Retro City Rampage 486 is a port of Retro City Rampage DX , an enhanced version of the game featuring a story mode, arcade challenges, and free roaming. But before you get too excited, best check those system requirements. You’ll need an Intel 486, a whopping 3.7 MB of hard drive space, and 4MB of RAM in order to get up and running. Pretty steep, I know, but on the plus side, if you already own a copy of either the Windows or Mac version of Retro City Rampage , you can pick up the new port for free. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments

MS-DOS is getting a new game in the form of Retro City Rampage 486


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