Streets of Rage 4 Review

Decades have passed since we last saw Streets of Rage. Despite a few blips here and there, the beat ’em up genre has long since fallen out of favour. It’s going to take more than just walking to the right and punching waves of enemies in the face to stand out in today’s gaming climate.

Streets of Rage 4 still has a lot of walking to the right and punching enemies in the face. But does it do enough to satisfy players in modern times?

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Retro Revival Beatdown! – Streets of Rage 4 Live Stream

10 years after Mr. X was defeated, his children return to terrorize Wood Oak City! PlayerTwoStart joins me as we attempt to take back the streets in Streets of Rage 4!

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River City Girls Review

There’s always something shady going on in River City. This time around, high school students Misako and Kyoko must save their boyfriends from their kidnappers. Are you ready to throw down the gauntlet in River City Girls?

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Swag Combos! – River City Girls Live Stream

With their boyfriends kidnapped and the whole world seemingly wanting to kill them, Misako and Kyoko have no choice but to punch, kick, and headbutt their way through River City! By the end of this River City Girls live stream, I’m hitting some really stylish combos thanks to the unlocked moves and a lot of practice. Also, we take a moment to talk about my experience at the SickKids Hospital Extra Life 2020 Kick-Off Party!

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River City Ransom Co-Stream with Kris & Rachel from Double Jump!

“Barf!” Continuing our first co-stream, Kris, Rachel, and I beat up thugs, eat sushi, and demonstrate questionable teamwork in River City Ransom! Streaming with Kris and Rachel was fantastic and I look forward to doing this again on our Extra Life 24-hour gaming marathon! Make sure to follow them on everything!

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Kudos to Atlus

I’m currently in the process of enjoying Trine 2. It’s a neat puzzle platformer that I don’t think will ever gain any sort of mainstream traction, but I’m glad that it exists. After putting in a few hours into it, I realized that the game was published by Atlus.

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