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

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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

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

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