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Submitted by mathsman 625d ago | review

Retro Review: Streets of Rage - Electronic Theatre

Streets of Rage is a classic. Very few would dispute this and even fewer would be able to present appropriate grounds for doing so. Any 16-bit gamer worth their salt has struggled through Streets of Rage multiple times alone and with a friend, learning the enemy patterns and making best use of their incredibly limited special abilities. SEGA’s Mega-Drive console played host to many innovations, but in Streets of Rage it found itself propelling an entire genre forward in one fell swoop. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC, PS3, Retro, Streets of Rage, Wii, Xbox 360) 73/100

Sugreev2001  +   625d ago
Come on! SoR is one of the very best in it's genre.
fardan85  +   625d ago
It reminded me of the good old days.
I had a blast of fun with it.
GT67  +   625d ago
yeah, was a great fighter game. bring back SOR, Contra ,Metal Slug while your at it Retro STUDIO.
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BillytheBarbarian  +   625d ago
How does sound get 4\10 when it has one of the best sound tracks in all of gaming? Yuzo koshiro rocked the mega drive/genesis

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