The three companies behind beat 'em up revival Streets of Rage 4 held an AMA on reddit last week and revealed some details regarding their plans for the game, as well as hinting about upcoming projects. Dotemu, Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games took part in the thread, and many of the questions focused on DLC plans for the game. It's...
"There is a big story behind me being involved"
Streets of Rage 4 might not have a release date yet, but that hasn't stopped DotEmu, Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games from revealing more about this upcoming release. Following on from the news the legendary composer Yuzo Koshiro would be
Alongside other VGM legends
A new video put out by French developer Dotemu has confirmed that legendary composer Yuzo Koshiro - the man behind the original games' soundtracks as well as a host of other classics from ActRaiser to Ys to The Revenge of Shinobi - is returning to the Streets of Rage series to work on the music for Streets of Rage
The French company behind Streets of Rage 4
During Square Enix Live at E3 2019, it was revealed Final Fantasy VIII Remastered would be released on the Switch later this year. Since then, it's been discovered the French developer and publisher Dotemu will be helping out with this version – with the company revealing it was both "proud and honored"...
Take to the streets
In case you forgot, last August it was revealed Lizardcube and DotEmu - the studios behind the excellent Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap reboot - were reviving the classic side-scrolling Sega beat 'em up Streets of Rage. While we're still waiting for platforms to be announced, Dotemu, Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games have revealed...
Wonderboy, won't you take me far away from the mucky-muck man?
We recently reported on the news that the classic Master System title Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap is getting a HD makeover thanks to publisher DotEmu and French developer Lizardcube. Screenshots and a trailer have just gone live, showcasing the new HD graphics and epic soundtrack...
DotEmu puts teaser site live
Sega's Wonder Boy series is one of its strongest 8 and 16-bit franchises, but it has been dormant for many years - a situation no doubt related to the fact that original developer Westone sadly no longer exists. While a "spiritual successor" is in development in the form of Monster Boy - complete with inp