VBlank has continued to release many of its titles on older, discontinued consoles. Shakedown: Hawaii was first launched digitally on PC, PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and Nintendo Switch in May 2019. A few months later, it launched on the 3DS in September. \n \nThe following year, VBlank announced it was porting the game to the Wii, WiiU, and the PlayStation 3 with all major content updates. Those who owned the game on another Sony platform could download the PS3 version free. Cross save is available for those who own the game on multiple platforms. \n \nVBlank also released a Wii and WiiU Special Edition of the game. However, both editions have since been sold out. It's unknown if there will be restocks of the game. Now Shakedown: Hawaii fans can own a standard physical version of the WiiU game, but only while supplies last. If the physical editions run out, players can continue to purchase the digital download. \n \nThe standard version of the game comes with a disc and manual in a physical case that's factory sealed. It's limited to 3,000 copies for the North American region. The sold-out Special Edition also came with alternate cover are and digital soundtrack code. \n \n \n \nShakedown: Hawaii is the latest open-world game from VBlank. The game features retro-style graphics with references to 1980s pop culture and more. Payers work to build a shady corporation by any means necessary. Players will complete open-world missions, take over businesses, sabotage competitors, taking over property, and shaking down businesses for even more profit. \n \nWhile the older Nintendo Wii and WiiU physical editions may be in high demand from players, there's one more option. A physical edition of the PlayStation 4 game is up on VBlank's store now. The game comes with the game on a region-free Blu-Ray disc, manual, and reversible cover in a box. This edition is limited to 5,000 copies. \n \nFans of the game aren't limited to physical and digital game releases. VBlank has released a mini figure of "The CEO." \n \nThe demand was more than the developer was expecting. In a separate Tweet, Vblank stated: \nThank you so much to everyone for supporting the Wii U release! I honestly wasn't sure how much demand there would be, but took the chance because I simply wanted it to exist. Can't express how incredible it feels to see so many happy fans out there! \n \nSince each physical release comes with a different piece of cover art, the developer has set up a survey asking players which one is their favorite. Players don't have to own the game to vote. \n \nShakedown: Hawaii is currently available digitally for PC, Nintendo 3DS, Wii, WiiU, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 3 and 4, plus PS Vita.