That's a lot of raging streets.
During times like this, it's especially important to highlight and celebrate black heroes, casts, and developers themselves in video games.
Guard Crush, developers of Streets of Rage 4, shared fun stories behind the revival of Sega's legendary series in a video interview.
Streets of Rage 4 developer Dotemu is trying to make right by people that ordered physical editions of the game through Limited Run Games.
Streets of Rage 4 is a great continuation of the classic series, though it doesn't do anything revolutionary.
Streets of Rage 4 is set to be releasing very soon and will contain plenty of throwback goodies that longtime fans will appreciate.
Axiom Verge 2, Sports Story, and Dauntless' arrival on Switch were some of the biggest reveals during today's Indie World stream from Nintendo.
Announced at Nintendo's Indie World Showcase, Streets of Rage 4 is coming to the Nintendo Switch in the first half of 2020.
Yuzo Koshiro, Motohiro Kawashima, Yoko Shimomura, Hideki Naganuma, Keiji Yamagishi are all creating music for Streets of Rage 4.
Lizardcube and Dotemu are bringing the excellent Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap to iOS, Android, and Nvidia Shield on May 30.
It doesn't reinvent the wheel, but Streets of Rage 4 seems to be a solid entry that is catering to the fans of the series.
This new batch of screenshots for Streets of Rage 4 may not be much to pass judgment, but the hand-drawn art style is sure to get some initial opinions.
With Streets of Rage 4 currently in development, is there still a market for this style of simplistic pick-up-and-play games?
Dotemu is bringing back new sequels to both Windjammers and Streets of Rage in 2019 and from my short hands-on time with each game, it's still hard to tell how they'll each turn out.
SEGA and Dotemu have announced Streets of Rage 4 with a reveal trailer showing off a familiar art style, returning characters, and classic 2D brawling.