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Video Spotlight: Cancelled Streets of Rage “Reimagining” Footage Leaks Online UPDATE

UPDATE

A new version of the leaked Streets of Rage reimagining footage has been uploaded which now includes sound. The prototype footage features a playable game and is not pre-rendered.

Ruffian Games business and management chief Gary Liddon (who also uploaded this new video) has also revealed more about the game:

“It was something we built very rapidly and represents pre-pre-pre-pre (lots of pres) pre-Alpha quality. Even so it has a certain charm :) What’s the story behind it all? Like a lot of developers we work on a lot of different prototypes, they’re just not usually shown in public. In this case an older version of the same video was leaked last week which came as a bit of a surprise if I’m honest. As it had no sound I thought there wouldn’t be any harm sharing a version with audio. Beyond that there’s not a lot more I can say unfortunately :)

Sean Noonan has also chimed in to answer a question about why the game was cancelled. His response: “I don’t really have a solid answer to that :(

[Source: Eurogamer]

ORIGINAL STORY

Check out this stunning leaked footage of a proposed Streets of Rage “reimagining” that would have been developed by Ruffian Games. Am I gutted this got cancelled:

Streets Of Rage from Huff Allium on Vimeo.

[Source: Sean Noonan on Twitter]

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3 Responses to “Video Spotlight: Cancelled Streets of Rage “Reimagining” Footage Leaks Online UPDATE”

  1. Xbudz says:

    This would have been great.

  2. RunningWild says:

    Good thing it was canceled. Doesn’t look anything like how I’d imagine a modern Streets Of Rage game.

  3. HelenBaby says:

    Reminds me of the Tekken 6 Scenario Campaign mode. Except more stylish =3

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