Raging Justice News
Pre-orders open at the end of the month
Team17 and Makin' Games are teaming up with Strictly Limited Games to release a physical copy of Raging Justice on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Pre-orders open at the end of this month on the 31st March. Much like other physical releases, there'll be two versions available. The first is the standard...
All the games and downloadable content hitting the NA eShops
Thursday has arrived once more, bringing with it another weekly update to all of Nintendo's current eShop fronts. We've got plenty of indie sleeper hits, classic retro throwbacks and big titles all waiting to tempt their way into your virtual collection. As always, feel free to add a vote...
We talk to Nic Makin ahead of the game's May launch
Once the toast of the video game arena, the humble side-scrolling fighter has fallen from grace in recent years. While we've seen notable titles that have tried to resurrect the genre - such as the brilliant Wulverblade - it remains a relic from a bygone era; a style of game that was arguably most...
Created by ex-Rare developer, MakinGames
Team17 has announced that Raging Justice - the upcoming beat-'em-up created by ex-Rare developer, MakinGames, will be hitting Nintendo Switch on 8th May. If that's not enough good news for you, we've been checking the game out for ourselves to share our initial thoughts with you lovely lot! A pretty good day,...
Baseball bats, shotguns and bears to name but a few
We recently brought you the news that Team17 would be bringing MakinGames' Raging Justice to the Switch soon. This tribute to scrolling beat 'em ups of yesterday such as Streets of Rage is still due in Q2 2018, but now we have a better look at the gameplay in a new trailer shown above...
Former Rare developer's take on Streets of Rage and Final Fight
Team17 has revealed that it is bringing Makin'Games' side-scrolling fighter Raging Justice to Switch this year. The creation of Nic Makin - a former Rare staffer - Raging Justice is a spiritual successor to the likes of Streets of Rage, Double Dragon and Final Fight.