SEGA announces ‘Streets of Rage 4’ from back to 90s

Surprisingly, SEGA announced the fourth installment of Streets of Rage. That is the Streets of Rage 4, which was created in the 1990s and at that time became a benchmark among fighting games, especially in the fighting games.

SEGA announces ‘Streets of Rage 4’ from back to 90s

The three studios involved in the development of Streets of Rage 4 including Dotemu, Guard Crush Games, and Lizardcube. Currently, there is no fixed release date and no information about the platforms on which it will be available. Further information is expected in the coming months. In the meantime you can enjoy the first trailer:

The people in charge mention that the fourth installment will retain the mechanics that have been so successful since their introduction in 1991, but will add some new ones to improve gameplay and bring them up to date. You can already see in the video presentation that the essence of the previous deliveries is preserved. Of course, a new story and new levels are offered, all with the same street atmosphere that we saw in the first titles.

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These handcrafted designs are the responsibility of the same team that did the remake of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap to ensure artistic quality. With this step, SEGA confirms its commitment to continue offering several classic games. The Windjammers 2 and Streets of Rage 4 displays are available in addition to other games such as Sonic Mania and Wonder Boy.

Nostalgia makes a lot of money in the video games industry. In recent years, several companies have returned a number of games that have been successful in the past, either for new generations to get to know these titles or for older players to replay their experiences.