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[Shakedown: Hawaii]Shakedown: Hawaii Could Be One of the Last Wii U Games


  An ESRB rating has hinted at not only a port of a game, but a title that could end up being among the last games for that particular system. A Shakedown Hawaii Wii U rating has appeared. This comes almost a year after the Retro City Rampage sequel appeared on other consoles and the PC.

  The Shakedown Hawaii Wii U rating contains the exact same details as the ones for every other platform. For example, it also notes it is coming from developer Vblank Entertainment and that it has a Teen rating for its drug references, mild language, and violence. Vblank hasn’t said anything about a port, though the company has been tweeting images of Wii Remotes and the Wii Classic Controller.

  Where Retro City Rampage was an 8-bit send-up of games like Grand Theft Auto, Shakedown: Hawaii takes a 16-bit approach. The failing CEO of a company, his son, and an assistant known as The Consultant do all they can to try and become profitable and powerful again.

  Shakedown: Hawaii is immediately available on the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC. The PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita versions have cross-buy support, giving people two versions for the price of one.