One of the most enjoyable games planned for this month of May is the very attractive Shakedown: Hawaii, the successor of the great Retro City: Rampage. However, the game is planned for a number of platforms but not for Xbox One. With the intention of deciding with the community the reasons for this decision, Brian Provinciano has explained what lies behind.
“I do not end up releasing it on Xbox in the future, but today I do not have a development kit or work in a port of the game,” said the creator who commands Vblank Entertainment. His previous work was already on sale on Xbox 360, but not on Xbox One.
“When Retro City Rampage was launched, I spent a lot of time carrying out ports, paperwork and certifications, and all that stole me time of the game, its content and its polishing work “, commented Provinciano, the author of the original work and of this continuation. “On this occasion, I’m simply going to launch it on platforms that I already know. That will allow me to waste a lot of time, and use it to polish the proposal of Shakedown: Hawaii.”
Provinceno, also, assured in the interview with DualShockers that he is “committed to a parity between platforms”.