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Streets of Rage 4 is Actually Happening

Monday, August 27th, 2018

SEGA are teaming up with Lizardcube (developers of the recent Wonderboy: The Dragon’s Trap remake), Guard Crush Games and Dotemu to bring Streets of Rage 4 to reality. Check out the trailer below to see the first footage of this game’s lovely, hand-drawn animation in motion:

Well doesn’t that look fantastic? Sadly this trailer is all we have to go on at the moment. There is currently no release date or confirmation of what platforms Streets of Rage 4 will release on at this time. It will also be interesting to see if Yuzo Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima return to score the soundtrack, but that is also unconfirmed at this time.

Nintendo Everything are currently speculating that a Nintendo Switch release is in the works as both Lizardcube and Dotemu are famous for their work on releases for this system.

[Source: Nintendo Everything]

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Review: Streets of Rage for Master System

Sunday, January 29th, 2017

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There’s something fascinating about seeing a much more advanced title being ported to a significantly underpowered system. In the right hands, these kind of ports can be an exciting experiment. What will the developer sacrifice in order to make the game run on such archaic hardware? More often than not, it’s the in-house studios who achieve the better results and with the Master System version of Streets of Rage that is definitely the case.

Click here to read our full review of Streets of Rage for the Master System.

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YouTube Channel: Let’s Play Streets of Rage 2 – Part 6

Saturday, June 27th, 2015

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Myself and Titanscreed return for another installment in our Streets of Rage 2 Let’s Play. You can watch the sixth part below:

And there you have it; the final part of our Streets of Rage 2 Let’s Play. Subscribe to Titanscreed’s channel for the next game in the series which starts on Monday!

Webmaster and lead writer at SEGADriven. Likes old games, heavy music and too much pizza. Follow on Twitter @sonicyoda

YouTube Channel: Let’s Play Streets of Rage 2 – Part 5

Friday, June 26th, 2015

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Myself and Titanscreed return for another installment in our Streets of Rage 2 Let’s Play. You can watch the fifth part below:

A new episode will appear every day at 4pm BST. Subscribe to our channel to follow the series to its completion and subscribe to Titanscreed’s channel for the next game in the series which starts next week!

Webmaster and lead writer at SEGADriven. Likes old games, heavy music and too much pizza. Follow on Twitter @sonicyoda

YouTube Channel: Let’s Play Streets of Rage 2 – Part 4

Thursday, June 25th, 2015

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Myself and Titanscreed return for another installment in our Streets of Rage 2 Let’s Play. You can watch the fourth part below:

A new episode will appear every day at 4pm BST. Subscribe to our channel to follow the series to its completion and subscribe to Titanscreed’s channel for the next game in the series which starts next week!

Webmaster and lead writer at SEGADriven. Likes old games, heavy music and too much pizza. Follow on Twitter @sonicyoda

YouTube Channel: Let’s Play Streets of Rage – Part 3

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

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Myself and Titanscreed return for another installment in our Streets of Rage 2 Let’s Play. You can watch the third part below:

A new episode will appear every day at 4pm BST. Subscribe to our channel to follow the series to its completion and subscribe to Titanscreed’s channel for the next game in the series which starts next week!

Webmaster and lead writer at SEGADriven. Likes old games, heavy music and too much pizza. Follow on Twitter @sonicyoda

YouTube Channel: Let’s Play Streets of Rage 2 Part 2

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

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Myself and Titanscreed return for another installment in our Streets of Rage 2 Let’s Play. You can watch the second part below:

A new episode will appear every day at 4pm BST. Subscribe to our channel to follow the series to its completion and subscribe to Titanscreed’s channel for the next game in the series which starts next week!

Webmaster and lead writer at SEGADriven. Likes old games, heavy music and too much pizza. Follow on Twitter @sonicyoda

YouTube Channel: Let’s Play Streets of Rage 2 Part 1

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

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Myself and Titanscreed are embarking on a journey to play some of our favourite retro classics and we kick things off with a series of us both playing through Streets of Rage 2 for the Mega Drive. You can watch the first part below:

A new episode will appear every day at 4pm BST. Subscribe to our channel to follow the series to its completion and subscribe to Titanscreed’s channel for the next game in the series which starts next week!

Webmaster and lead writer at SEGADriven. Likes old games, heavy music and too much pizza. Follow on Twitter @sonicyoda

Review: Bare Knuckle III/Streets of Rage 3

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

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The final Streets of Rage game is a polarising one. While the first two games in the series are universally praised as classic beat-em-ups, the third game just doesn’t get the same amount of love. This might be because depending on whether you’re playing a Japanese or a Western version of the game you’re in for a quite a different experience.

Check out or review of Bare Knuckle III/Streets of Rage 3 by clicking here or alternatively click the First Party Reviews link on our menu bar and then select the Mega Drive Software section.

Webmaster and lead writer at SEGADriven. Likes old games, heavy music and too much pizza. Follow on Twitter @sonicyoda

Review: Alien Storm on Mega Drive

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

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Alien Storm is an often ignored entry in SEGA’s beat-em-up history for reasons that aren’t particularly clear. Did the humour put off the die-hard SEGA fanbase? Were SEGA fans simply not interested in anything that wasn’t Streets of Rage or Golden Axe? Who knows. Regardless, we think it’s a game you should check out and now we have a review explaining exactly why we think it’s worth your time.

Click here to go straight to our review of Alien Storm for the Mega Drive or alternatively you can click the First Party Reviews link on our menu and navigate to the Mega Drive software section.

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