STREETS OF RAGE 4 Will Allow Players To Play As Retro-Looking Versions Of Its Main Characters

STREETS OF RAGE 4 Will Allow Players To Play As Retro-Looking Versions Of Its Main Characters

Streets of Rage 4 is going back to its retro roots, as Dotemu has revealed that players will be able to play as retro-looking versions of the characters, and even listen to the music from the original games.

It would be quite accurate to say that Streets of Rage is one of those series that many players remember fondly — and with a little bit of nostalgia, too — as it was one of the many beat 'em up titles that helped establish the genre as one of the most populars at the time.

By the looks of it, Lizardcube, Guard Crash, and Dotemu — the developers of the upcoming Streets of Rage 4 — have successfully managed to capture everything that made the renowned beat 'em up series such a hit back in the day. 

The developers also gave Streets of Rage 4 a welcomed makeover, as the game features a gorgeous-looking hand drawn art style that fits surprisingly well the overall aesthetic the original titles in the Streets of Rage series had.

For thos who still may feel a bit nostalgic over the original look and feel of the Streets of Rage series, Dotemu has revealed that Streets of Rage 4 will also be giving players a taste of the retro experience, as retro-looking versions of the characters will be playable too.

As if that wasn't enough, the developers have revealed that players will be able to play the game while listening to some of the most iconic retro tunes from the original Streets of Rage and Streets of Rage 2; if this isn't showing love for the series, I don't know what is.

Check it out:

Featuring hand-drawn visuals from the team behind 2017’s gorgeous Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap remake, Streets of Rage 4 builds upon the classic trilogy’s gameplay with new mechanics, a fresh story and a gauntlet of dangerous stages with a serious crime problem.

Streets of Rage 4 will be available for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One in Spring of 2020.

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