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Streets of Rage 2 (Genesis)
Name: Streets of Rage 2 (Genesis)
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  • Description
    After Axel Stone, Blaze Fielding and Adam Hunter destroyed the evil Syndicate leader, Mr. X, the city became a peaceful place to live, and each one of them followed their own paths. One year later, after their reunion, Adam's brother Sammy returned from school to find their apartment in a mess, and Adam nowhere to be seen, and after calling his two friends, one of them notices a photo of Adam chained to a wall, next to someone they knew very well - Mr. X, who returned to turn the peaceful city once again into a war zone. Now, Axel, Blaze, Sammy, and Axel's good friend Max, a pro wrestler, must head out to stop Mr. X once again...hopefully for good...

    Streets of Rage 2 is a major improvement over the previous title. Changes in both graphics (characters now are bigger, better detailed and with more animation frames and scenarios are less grainy) and gameplay (the rocket move was replaced by a special move that doubles in offense and defense along several new moves), along other new features such as life bars (and names) for all enemies and the radically different new characters make the game one of the definitive titles of Sega's 16-bit console. 


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    Impressive!!
    by axel 14 Jan 2008

    Continuing on in one of the most popular and legendary beat ‘em series of games to ever grace the Genesis system, Streets of Rage 2 takes the fight back to the street with two favorite characters and two brand new brawlers in a fist battle to the finish! Taking to the streets, you must guide your brawler through several stages of bone crunching and body throwing action that is yet to be rivaled anywhere in the Genesis library. Through all of the crunching and enemy bashing that you do, you’ll find that many of the game play options that you have here have been tried in another game of this type, Fighting Force, but didn’t go over anywhere near as good as the Streets of Rage series. Considering that Streets of Rage is a dated game, and even the offspring of this game are dated as well, there isn’t a finer example of a good sequel that can beat out the original game other than this title right here! If you can get through the extreme difficulty {even on easy the game is hard} and you can learn just what all of the characters are capable of, you’ll find that Streets of Rage 2 is the true pinnacle of Genesis side scrolling beat ‘em up games.