Streets of Rage 4 (PS4)
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- Comeback of the classic action game features new mechanics, hand-drawn visuals, and a soundtrack by all-star musicians
- Take back Wood Oak City alone or with up to 4 people online--but watch out for all that braised chicken
- Play as a dozen former Streets of Rage characters in their original pixel versions
- Explore 12 unique stages filled with over-the-top street beating
Number of Players
- Game Disc
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Of the 50 reviewers who responded, 49 would recommend this product.
- Amazing blast from the past- November 10, 2020
This game is easily one of the more fun games I have played this year. The game has a few modes to play in like versus and a boss rush mode. But there is also a story mode which consists of 12 stages. Each Stage has its own boss and enemies. Although sometimes you will fight some bosses more than once. You can try to beat the game yourself or with friends. Only two players online but up to 4 can play locally which is incredibly fun. You can also have 4 players in all the other modes which is a nice touch. There are also secret characters to unlock which adds a lot more replay value to the game. Only reason I scored it 4 stars is because for the price, the game could have more content so you might want to wait for a sale. The game is also $10 cheaper if you want the game digitally instead of a physical version.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Game- August 28, 2020
With Streets of Rage 2 being one of my favourite games of all time, I went into this game trying to suppress my high hopes and be objective about it. Any anxiety I had about it living up to standards set by the previous SOR games was swept aside within the first couple of levels. This game is a joy to play. The characters feel weighty and the combat packs a punch (unlike Double Dragon Neon); also, there is enough variety between characters to make them all worth playing the game through with. It feels familiar, but there are also small tweaks to the fighting that only add to the enjoyment, without breaking an already winning formula. Throw in a great score by Yuzo Koshiro and lovingly hand-drawn characters and backgrounds and you have a 2D beat-em-up that not only hits all the nostalgia buttons from the early 90's, but moves the genre forward into the current day.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great new, retro style beat them up game- January 13, 2021
I've always been a fan of the series since I grew up with it, and this new iteration did not disappoint. The graphics are stellar and gameplay is very responsive. It takes what was great about this franchise back in the genesis days and brings it up to todays standards while staying true to its roots. I played this game solo and co-op and both times it was tremendous fun.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.