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Streets of Rage 4 Gameplay Teaser

New Streets of Rage 4 gameplay teaser trailer shows off reinvention of classic combat system and a modern art style.

Officially revealed back in August 2018, upcoming Streets of Rage 4 by developer Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games with DotEmu and Sega acting as publishers, is aiming to revive the renowned side-scrolling beat 'em up game franchise.

A long-awaited sequel to Streets of Rage 3, the classic franchise has managed to return after a decade of hiatus. Ahead of PAX East 2019, creators of the game have announced earlier to offer a new look at their gameplay, which is right below.

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Streets of Rage 4 Gameplay Teaser

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Take a brief peek at what a piece of art Streets of Rage series has evolved into from its Sega Genesis debut in 1991.




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SOR4 brings back series favorite martial art expert ex-cop Axel Stone and police detective Blaze Fielding to tame down a city ruled by crime. Packed in less than a minute clip, there is a couple of new street goons and gameplay feature to point out.

One prime aspect of combat turns out to be juggling around enemies between two players to perform more follow-up attacks or against walls. This would not create more room for extended combos but also help uplifting its co-op spirit.

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Here, take a moment to appreciate how nicely Axel and Blaze makes butt-kicking action fun through juggling thugs.


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Aside from stylish hand-drawn visuals and engaging gameplay system, we are also teased of at least two additional playable characters from an easily missable background silhouettes shown in a title card near the end of the teaser trailer.

We are still due for a release date and select platforms Streets of Rage 4 will be available on but we are hoping that we will see the beat 'em up title to on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and even Nintendo Switch within 2019.

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