Streets of Rage 4 for PC
PC - Windows

Streets of Rage 4

Apr 30, 2020
8.68
playscore
Good
224th of 19693

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: DotEmu
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Amongst the best beat’em up series ever created, jammin’ ‘90s beats and over the top street fighting, the iconic series Streets of Rage comes back with a masterful tribute to and revitalization of the classic action fans adore.

System Requirements

Minimum

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 960 / Radeon HD 5750 or better

Gamer Reviews

6589 Reviews
8.96

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Critic Reviews

36 Reviews
8.39
Chris "Atom" DeAngelusApr 29, 2020
Streets of Rage 4 is the perfect love letter to Sega's fan favorite beat-'em-up franchise. It captures the spirit and soul of the games while adding great new mechanics and tons of style. At its heart, it's a short, sweet, and well-made game about punching criminals until you can punch the biggest criminals of all. The price tag might be a bit steep if you're not someone who loves beating things up with friends, but for Streets of Rage fans, it is everything it should be.
Phil NeymanApr 29, 2020
Streets of Rage 4 is one of the best entries in a classic series in quite some time. With beautifully updated graphics and a soundtrack that you will be humming along with for quite some time, you’ll be reminded of how you felt if you played these types of games when they were first made popular. Anyone unfamiliar with the series will still have a blast fighting their way through each level alone or with a friend.
7.00
Dale DriverApr 29, 2020
Streets of Rage 4 delivers the greatest hits of the classic series and is at its best when played with at least one friend. If the primary focus was delivering a traditional Streets of Rage experience with a modern coat of paint, it absolutely succeeds. But while it layers on a few new and interesting mechanics, it’s still a very conservative update to the quarter-century-old format that feels like a slave to the past.

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