Shakedown Hawaii, the Retro City Rampage follow-up, is a satirical swipe at white collar crime (opens in new tab). Its latest trailer is a typical miscellany of weapons and speeding vehicles and explosions.
Billed as a standalone game—and "not Retro City Rampage 2"—Shakedown Hawaii parodies mega corporations and white collar crime. You fill the loafers of a dysfunctional and out of touch CEO, and you commit corporate and regular crime within a 16-bit city (against its forerunner's 8-bit aesthetic) that's brimming with sidequests.
According to developer VBlank, Shakedown Hawaii replaces "the genre’s more commonly populated gangs and mobsters [with] boardroom executives [who] formulate harebrained schemes to increase margins and boost profits." It's without a hard launch date as yet, but is "coming soon", as per its official site (opens in new tab).
In the meantime, read about Shakedown's predecessor, Retro City Rampage (opens in new tab).