Streets of Rage 4 finally has a confirmed release date, and it’s hitting soon. The long-awaited sequel to the Sega franchise comes back at the end of this month, on April 30, and it’s bringing some new additions to its arsenal. DotEmu and Lizardcube have put a lot of work into making the gameplay of
Streets of Rage 4 is taking fans on a romp through the dark corners of a thug-filled city, and it’s doing it with a whole new look. Anyone who remembers the original games remembers the polished neon look of the 2D backgrounds and punk-inspired sprites. The bosses also had their own unique look, all in
Man, I still remember enjoying playing the original Streets of Rage and Streets of Rage 2 on the Sega Genesis when I was a kid. Ever since the side-scrolling brawler debuted in 1991, many gamers have been enthralled with the simple setup and near-flawless execution of fighting a gang of mutant freaks on the mean
Ever since the halcyon days and good times of the Sega Genesis era many gamers, myself included, remembers the excellent Streets of Rage. A simple side-scroller and brawler which helped define a lot of formative gaming experience for some gamers. And now, with the help of a coalition of developers, the series is coming back
Beat ’em up games like Double Dragon and Streets of Rage are getting a big leg up back into the public awareness of gamers with a bunch of new titles that evoke that particular cooky retro style. Treachery in Beatdown City very much evokes that feeling judging from the newly released trailer from developers Nuchallenger and HurakanWorks.