Switch confirmation coming? Please?
More news on the upcoming Streets of Rage 4 is finally coming next week, and we're desperately hoping for confirmation that the game will be headed to Switch. The revival of Sega's classic side-scrolling fighter series was first revealed back in the summer of 2018, when it was announced that Lizardcube and DotEmu...
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
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...
In case you forgot, Lizardcube and DotEmu - the studios behind the Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap reboot - are reviving Sega’s beat ‘em up series Streets of Rage. Streets of Rage 4 will be developed in conjunction with Guard Crush Games and uses familiar hand-drawn visuals. While we wait for more information about this project,...
Will he return?
Reflect on Sega's Streets of Rage series and you'll no doubt remember the radical soundtrack. It was all thanks to the magic of Japanese composer, Yuzo Koshiro. The music for this particular series was considered ahead of its time, experimenting with an array of styles. As unbelievable as the Streets of Rage 4 announ
Lizardcube and DotEmu - the studios behind the excellent Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap reboot - are reviving Sega's classic side-scrolling fighter Streets of Rage. Developed in conjunction with Guard Crush Games, Streets of Rage 4 boasts a stunning hand-drawn visual style and will build on the gameplay seen in the original trilogy on...