MakinGames’ Raging Justice is designed to be a throwback to the classic late 1980s and early 1990s arcade beat-’em-up titles that used to flood the local parlors and 16-bit gaming machines. They were common, they were brutal, and they were a barrel full of bare-knuckle fun. The genre kind of died off by the time the Xbox and PS2 came along, but the genre is slowly making a comeback thanks to dedicated indie studios like MakinGames. Well, if you’ve been having trouble getting through Raging Justice, there are some cheats available to help you along the way.
There is a free cheat trainer and a premium version of the trainer available for download over on MegaDev.info.
The Raging Justice cheat trainer contains the following cheats:
- 100x Score Points
- 1,000x Score Points
- Reset Score Points
- Low Player Health
- Set Lives to 5
- Set Lives to 10
- Set Lives to 1
- God Mode
- Freeze Mission Timer
- Easy Kills
I still don’t get why you would have cheats to set your life as low as 1, or to lower your own health. I imagine for players who are so good that they need cheats to make the game harder are the kind of players who will make use of those particular options.
Otherwise, the god mode and easy kills will make it so that you won’t die during your playthrough, or that any enemies you encounter won’t give you much of any kind of trouble during the playthrough. Then again, if you only want to cheat moderately, the ability to set your lives to a specific value without actually using the god mode is a good way to cheat fairly.
Raging Justice itself features three playable characters where you can beat up a bunch of thugs in a crummy city. You can either kill or arrest the baddies, and utilize a variety of grab moves, vehicles, weapons, and combos to take out the trash.
It currently has mixed ratings on the Steam store, but it’s also available for Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One. The main issue is sluggish controls and a bit of a cumbersome setup for the options. The developers have been kind enough to listen to the feedback and are working steadily on patching the game up to par so that eventually that mixed rating will turn positive.
You can learn more about Raging Justice by hitting up the game’s official website.