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Streets of Rage

by Sega
Platform : Sega Genesis
Rated: Everyone
26 customer reviews

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Platform: Sega Genesis

Complete with original case, booklet, and cartridge.

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Platform: Sega Genesis
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  • ASIN: B00002SVO1
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,928 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Gadget on April 13, 2002
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
Saturday, November 27th 1993. I had become bored of Last Battle: Fist of the North Star and Shadow of the Beast. They were poorly-chosen Xmas presents a few months earlier and I wanted to swap them for something more worthy. I only owned said games for 12 weeks though it felt like eternity back then, but something more worthy was about to come.

I traded the games at a trading barrow in Falkirk shopping mall. The games I got in return were Golden Axe and Streets of Rage. Upon returning home and jammed in SoR and my mind was blown, first by the funky soundtrack and second by action. Here was a beat-em-up worthy of the arcade that was finally available on home consoles. As a kid, I loved this game. I played it a zillion times during Spring 1993 with my friend Andrew. I used to play Axel or Blaze and he would be Adam and no matter how often we played it we never seemed to get bored. Then Streets of Rage 2 came out, and we quickly forgot that this one even existed.

You play as ex-cops Axel Stone, Adam Hunter or Blaze Fielding, who have quit the force in order to take on the bad guys in their own way. There are 8 levels to work through in a run-down and corrupt city led by the evil Mr X. Beating up all the bad guys and the end-of-level boss is much fun, and the screen progression gives the game panel-to-panel comic book vibe.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 29, 2000
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
OH my god this is the best game. All of the Streets of Rage games are excellent, and to own the one that started it all is an honor. I have this game and Streets of Rage 3 and let me tell you. If you like cute nice looking fighting games with strong cuddly caracters ... GO AND FIND YOURSELF A POKEMON ! . But if you're a serious gamer really looking for a classic butt kicking nerve wrecking, finger biting, wall climbing game. Buy this cartridge AND KICK SOME SYNDICATE BUTT !
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This is where it all began! One of the greatest Genesis series ever was the Streets Of Rage games. This game is very fun and challenging at the same time, and with its varying levels of diffuclty you can make it either really easy or hair rippin possibly impossible lol. Anyways you can start off as either of the two classic characters in this game Axel Stone, or Blaze Fielding, and you can also use some dude named Adam, who didn't make any other appearences in the series. While this might be the first in the series the moves list for the characters is still pretty impressive. All the characters have their own combos, grappling tactics, team attacks are possible, deffensive attacks, and also each character uses weapons differently. 1 thing that is unique in this game that is not seen in the others is that you can call for some back up! If the punks literally start kickin your A$$ you can call this Police Car that looks like a Civic CRX (which adds to the retro feel and makes it great) and the dude in the ride shoots up all the enemies on screen. This game is a very good length its not to short but its also not to long. I do like the Streets of Rage games that came out later, probably more so. Though this game is a true classic that influenced many games of this genre.
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Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
Streets Of Rage is what I can say is 1 of the many many reasons that sold me on getting a Sega Mega Drive or as we know it Genesis. The 16 bit era I love it cause you had 2 companies putting out great games. As a genre Beat Em Ups are my favorite. The Genesis had plenty of them. Streets Of Rage among us 90's gamer's is 1 of Sega's best known franchises along with Sonic. In the late 80's & early 90's crime, drugs & gang violence was heavy in the news & video game companies were ready to cash in on the fear. In 1989 Capcom had a Beat Em Up called Final Fight also that same year Sega had The Genesis coming out a 16 Bit System & Sega was set to port a lot of Arcade Games on it cause early on The Genesis titles had arcade ports that looked good. Capcom was in with Nintendo so no Final Fight for Sega although it was ported to The Sega CD 4 years later. Sega was like well we will go for our own Beat Em Up Which I am happy for cause Streets Of Rage was better than The SNES port of Final Fight I'll admit while The SNES looks better the port of Final Fight on SNES has no Guy & if you wanted to play as Guy you had to buy another cartridge there's no 2 player & you know if you have a friend over at your house or a family member having a 2nd player adds to the fun. The music in the SNES port sounds like it belongs in a G @ y p or n flick. If you have a Sega Genesis Arcade stick then that adds more to it. The story is simple & straight forward dealing with a city that's been turned into a war zone he'l l hole by a crime syndicate lead by a guy named Mr X. This group of Detectives or Undercover Cops or whatever they are named Adam Hunter, Axel Stone & Blaze Fielding they can't get any help to deal with the rising crime cause The Police Department is corrupt. So they're going to put a stop to it.Read more ›
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