Streets Of Rage 4 Battle Mode Returns, Release Date Set For April 30th

Streets of Rage 4

LizardCube, Guard Crush Games and DotEmu rolled out a new trailer for Streets of Rage 4, revealing that the game’s iconic Battle Mode, which is basically just a versus mode, is making a comeback. The Battle Mode will feature eight playable stages where you can duke it out with your buddies. Continue reading “Streets Of Rage 4 Battle Mode Returns, Release Date Set For April 30th”

Streets Of Rage 4 Releases A Few Music Tracks On Soundcloud

Streets of Rage 4 Soundtrack

Curious what Lizardcube and DotEmu have in store for Streets of Rage 4 when it comes to the soundtrack? Well, they rolled out five of the tracks from the upcoming beat-’em-up so you can get an idea of what to expect from the fourth entry in the re-imagined sequel to the beloved beat-’em-up from the 16-bit era. Continue reading “Streets Of Rage 4 Releases A Few Music Tracks On Soundcloud”

Streets Of Rage 4 Art Wanted To Pay Homage To The Classics While Trying Something New

Streets of Rage 4

Lizardcube creative director Ben Fiquet and lead background artist Julian Nguyen You spoke at length for about six minutes about the design inspiration, art-style, and some of the techniques that have gone into making Streets of Rage 4. Continue reading “Streets Of Rage 4 Art Wanted To Pay Homage To The Classics While Trying Something New”

Streets Of Rage 4 Trailer Reveals Adam Hunter, Nintendo Switch Release

Streets of Rage 4

LizardCube, Guard Crush, and Dotemu announced that Streets of Rage 4 is currently slated to release on the Nintendo Switch. They recently rolled out a trailer for Nintendo’s little hybrid that could, confirming that the fourth canonical entry in the series will be available to play on the handheld/TV device. Continue reading “Streets Of Rage 4 Trailer Reveals Adam Hunter, Nintendo Switch Release”

Streets Of Rage 4 Gameplay Video Highlights New Weapons, Music, And Enemies

Streets of Rage 4

Lizardcube, DotEmu and Guard Crush Games almost looked to be putting Streets of Rage back on the map in a right proper when they first reintroduced gamers to Streets of Rage 4. The art-style was different but characters like Blaze looked smoking hot, and had upskirt panty shots galore, making it look like a true throwback to the kind of gaming we all knew and loved. They also announced that Yūzō Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima were back to score the soundtrack, and that the game would appear on home consoles and PC. It was like dream news come true for fans of the classic beat-’em-up… but then they introduced the very unappealing Cherry Hunter. Continue reading “Streets Of Rage 4 Gameplay Video Highlights New Weapons, Music, And Enemies”

Streets Of Rage 4 Trailer Reveals The Unappealing Cherry Hunter

Streets of Rage 4 Cherry Hunter

Guard Crush Games, LizardCube and DotEmu rolled out a new GamesCom 2019 trailer for the highly anticipated, hand-animated beat-’em-up sequel to the classic Sega trilogy, Streets of Rage 4. The new trailer introduces the new playable character, Cherry Hunter. Continue reading “Streets Of Rage 4 Trailer Reveals The Unappealing Cherry Hunter”

Yūzō Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima Return To Score Streets Of Rage 4 Soundtrack

Streets of Rage 4

One of the most requested features for the upcoming iteration of Streets of Rage 4 from DotEmu has been for the return of the original music composers to come back and make new music for theupcoming game. Well, DotEmu has heard the pleas and actually managed to get Yūzō Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima to come back to make more music for the popular beat-’em-up series. Continue reading “Yūzō Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima Return To Score Streets Of Rage 4 Soundtrack”

Streets Of Rage 4 Trailer Reveals More Stages, Air-Juggles, And Blaze’s Short Skirt

Streets of Rage 4

Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games’ take on Sega’s unforgettable beat-’em-up franchise, Streets of Rage, is one of the most highly anticipated projects in development at the moment. The sequel to Streets of Rage 3 is 25 years late to the party, but most fans of the original trilogy aren’t complaining too much since there are no good games in development by AAA studios as far as the eye can see, so why not indulge in a new-school take on a retro franchise? Continue reading “Streets Of Rage 4 Trailer Reveals More Stages, Air-Juggles, And Blaze’s Short Skirt”

Streets Of Rage 4 Gameplay Clips, Screenshots Capture HD Hotness

Streets of Rage 4

DotEmu and Lizardcube are aiming to rekindle some of the old-school, radical retro-ness of the beat-’em-up genre with Streets of Rage 4, but with all of the current day amenities provided by HD animation technology. Instead of going cheap, Lizardcube decided to put in the time and effort to hand-animate the HD characters, which is typically a taxing and very expensive process compared to using the copy and paste method of design afforded by 3D tools, or Flash animations. Continue reading “Streets Of Rage 4 Gameplay Clips, Screenshots Capture HD Hotness”

Streets Of Rage 4 Trailer Reveals New Art Style

Streets of Rage 4

Known to some gamers as Bare Knuckle and Streets of Rage to others, it looks like Dotemu, Guard Crush Games, and Lizardcube have announced Streets of Rage 4. The game continuing Sega’s trilogy of 2D side-scrolling action has been revealed, showing off a new art style. Continue reading “Streets Of Rage 4 Trailer Reveals New Art Style”

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Cheats Give You Infinite Coins, Health, Keys

Wonder Boy Cheats

Lizardcube and DotEmu released Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap for home consoles and PC, giving gamers a high-quality, side-scrolling adventure. For those of you who have the game and want to cheat your way through the game, there are some cheats available. Continue reading “Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Cheats Give You Infinite Coins, Health, Keys”

Wonder Boy Guide: Here’s How To Find Hearts, Stones And The Gallic Sword

Need help finding hearts, stones and the Gallic Sword in Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap? If so, hopefully this guide pertaining to Lizardcube and DotEmu’s platform adventure game will help you out. Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap is out now for PC, Switch, Xbox One and PS4. Continue reading “Wonder Boy Guide: Here’s How To Find Hearts, Stones And The Gallic Sword”

Wonder Boy Review: Most Comprehensive Remaster To Date

Wonderboy the Dragon's Trap Review

[Disclosure: A Nintendo Switch review copy was provided for the contents of this article]

As a lifelong gamer, I don’t quite know how I missed the Wonder Boy series. I know I used to have a Master System, and I vaguely remember borrowing a super hard game that fits the description and style of the games in this iconic series, but I can’t say for sure if it was, or which one. That vague memory includes my five year old brain struggling to accommodate the really tough gameplay and what I thought (at the time) was a really complex RPG system of upgraded armour, weapons, shields and special weapons. Continue reading “Wonder Boy Review: Most Comprehensive Remaster To Date”

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