Streets of Rage Player Count and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: August 12th, 2023

Streets of Rage Stats

Streets of Rage player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Streets of Rage facts and stats I was able to dig up including player counts. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Streets of Rage player count:

2.60 million games sold

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Game Description

“Streets of Rage” is a classic side-scrolling beat ’em up video game series developed by Sega. The first game, simply titled “Streets of Rage,” was released in 1991 for the Sega Genesis (Mega Drive) and was later followed by two sequels, “Streets of Rage 2” in 1992 and “Streets of Rage 3” in 1994.

The games are set in a fictional city overrun by crime and corruption, where players take on the roles of one of the ex-police officers who have become vigilante fighters determined to clean up the streets. The primary goal is to defeat a crime syndicate led by the evil Mr. X.

In “Streets of Rage,” players can choose from three main characters, each with unique abilities and fighting styles: Axel Stone, a strong all-around fighter; Blaze Fielding, a fast and agile female fighter; and Adam Hunter, a powerful brawler. Players can also team up in two-player co-op mode, allowing friends to join forces to tackle the city’s criminal underworld together.

The gameplay of “Streets of Rage” involves players navigating through various city streets and environments, defeating waves of enemies using punches, kicks, and special moves. Players can pick up weapons like baseball bats and pipes to use against their foes. Each level ends with a challenging boss battle, adding variety and excitement to the gameplay.

“Streets of Rage” was well-received for its fast-paced action, catchy music, and engaging gameplay. It became a popular title for the Sega Genesis and contributed to the success of the beat ’em up genre during the early 1990s. The sequels continued to build on the success of the original game, introducing new characters, improved graphics, and more complex gameplay mechanics.

The “Streets of Rage” series remains a beloved classic in the history of video games, and its influence can be seen in modern beat ’em up games. In recent years, Sega released “Streets of Rage 4,” a modern sequel that stays true to the series’ roots while bringing updated visuals and gameplay mechanics for a new generation of players to enjoy.

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