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Developer: MakinGames ltd
Content Rating: Teen
The city is in chaos! With crime and corruption around every corner, it’s all down to a team of hard-hitting justice seeking mavericks, to clean up the streets with some tough justice! Raging Justice is a classic beat ‘em up, dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century.
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As a fan of beat ’em ups, I did find a bit of enjoyment in the game at a basic level, but there is no reason for me to return to Raging Justice in the future over something like Streets of Rage 2. Raging Justice should provide some adequate indie beat ’em up fun for genre veterans, but it is not very memorable, and its appeal likely won’t ever be any broader than that.
There’s a certain level of respect to be had for a piece of art that doesn’t attempt to be more than it is, and Raging Justice certainly understands its limitations. There’s a lot of fun to be had on the first playthrough, but the game simply doesn’t offer enough content or complexity to keep my attention. It’s classic art-style and gameplay are a tribute to a bygone era, but there is no excuse for the lack of content present in a title being ported to current gen consoles in 2018.
All in all, it's a solid beat 'em up that will get fans of Streets of Rage reminiscing. If you're a fan of the genre then, considering the price, it's worth picking up. It'll provide you with a fair few hours of good wholesome side-scrolling fun. That said, it's not going to win over any new fans, as Raging Justice is firmly aimed at nostalgic players, and in the era of remastered re-releases, who can blame Makin Games for trying their luck.