Streets of Red: Devil's Dare Deluxe
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Developer: Secret Base Pte Ltd
Content Rating: Teen
In Streets of Red: Devil's Dare Deluxe, the only thing scarier than being eaten alive is running out of quarters! A permadeath multiplayer horror beat'em up that bestows players with the skills of retro gaming heroes in a fight against a legion of undead monstrositieStreets of Red : DDD was designed to be played over and over again, with each run offering up the potential for new content. Six unique playable characters and an ever-growing level selection work to keep the gameplay from getting old and rotten, while the easy to learn but hard to master combat system allows for plenty of depth. With every kill, you earn cash that can be spent on upgrades, or to revive yourself when you die. You better learn how to make cash fast and spend it smart in Streets of Red : DDD because when you're dead, your save data dies with you. The chills, thrills, bills, and opportunity to learn new skills here won't stop until every street runs red with blood! Are you up for the challenge of an anti-lifetime?
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The changing nature of the stages means that there’s some replayability, but not a lot. If that sort of thing’s important to you there’s also multiple endings, two hidden characters to unlock, and a Survival mode if you just want to test your skills against wave after wave of monsters. Personally, I felt that my time with Streets of Red was complete after a couple of playthroughs of the main campaign, but considering the whole package only costs a few dollars, I would definitely say that I got my money’s worth. Streets of Red is “just a beat-em-up”, but that’s a very wonderful thing to be.
Engaging gameplay, high replay value, and a great co-op experience make this one an easy recommendation for anybody looking for a little arcade game to play in short bursts either when alone or with friends. We’d recommend you give this one a look if you’re into arcade beat ‘em ups; for under ten bucks, this one’s a steal.
Whether your throughline with Streets of Red is roguelike beat-’em-up or throwback to arcade brawlers, it’s a great time. While it works best in co-op, overall this is a game with easy-to-grasp controls that builds out a wealth of variety with numerous characters and upgrades. The journey might not be that long, but everything about it is polished and enjoyable.