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.
Yuzo Koshiro, Motohiro Kawashima, Yoko Shimomura, Hideki Naganuma, Keiji Yamagishi are all creating music for Streets of Rage 4.
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.
With Streets of Rage 4 currently in development, is there still a market for this style of simplistic pick-up-and-play games?
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.
Read-Only Memory has released previously unseen artwork, including early character sketches for ToeJam & Earl and Comix Zone, featured in the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works, a 25th anniversary retrospective book of the SEGA console still in
Sonic the Hedgehog, Ecco the Dolphin, Shinobi, and other Sega Classics Getting 3D Remakes on 3DS eShop Later this Year
90s-era Sega titles like Sonic the Hedgehog, Ecco the Dolphin, and so many others bring back plenty of warm memories and gaming nostalgia - luckily, many of these titles will be making their reappearance on 3DS later
Is Saints Row IV too outrageous?
That's a question that has been thoroughly debated by fans of the series, mostly divided by the fans of Saints Row 2 and the fans of Saints Row The Third. While