Rival Turf!

Rival Turf!

1992

System
Super Nintendo
Publisher
HAMSTER
Developer
Jaleco

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Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 4/10

Overview

Also Known As
Rushing Beat (Japan)
Number of Players
2
Genre
Fighting
Release Date

Wii Shop

  • 2nd May 2011, 800 points (USA)
  • 8th Oct 2010, 800 points (UK/EU)
  • 7th Dec 2010, 800 points (JPN)

Wii U eShop

  • 28th May 2015, $7.99 (USA)

Super Nintendo

  • 27th Mar 1992 (JPN)
  • 23rd Dec 1992 (USA)
  • 1993 (UK/EU)
Series
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Reviews

  • 23

    Wii U eShop / Super Nintendo

    Review Rival Turf!

    Pulls too many punches

    Double Dragon may have kicked off the beat 'em up craze, but Capcom's Final Fight was the game that came out of nowhere and quickly became the measuring stick for the genre. So when Capcom had to cut the beloved cooperative play mode from the Super NES home version of the game, Japanese developer Jaleco decided that it would...

  • 35

    Wii Virtual Console / Super Nintendo

    Review Rival Turf!

    Two isn't always better than one

    When approaching Jaleco's Rival Turf! (known as Rushing Beat in Japan), it's important to understand the context of its release. In the early days of the Super NES, Capcom duly ported over its illustrious arcade brawler Final Fight, which dazzled gamers with its arcade-quality visuals and sound. It was a tremendous...

About The Game

Take back the streets with RIVAL TURF!, the classic two-player Super NES action game!

Clean up the streets in a fast and furious fight of incredible two-fisted, tag-team, street-fighting action. Get your licks in with a range of attacks; from body slams and leg sweeps to jabs, hooks, uppercuts and more.

Go it alone in single player mode, fight alongside another player, or go head-to-head and toe-to-toe in the special Versus Mode.

This could be the toughest fight of your life. Better start swinging now!