Fight the gangs of Paris in this action packed Beat'Em up. Up to 4 players can join in, to cooperate, or fight against each other! Many unlockables, game modes, crazy combos and devastating furies await you in this deep fighting game.
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Very Positive (161 reviews) - 93% of the 161 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Jun 25, 2015

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Fight the gangs of Paris in this action packed Beat'Em up. Up to 4 players can join in, to cooperate, or fight against each other! Many unlockables, game modes, crazy combos and devastating furies await you in this deep fighting game.

Key Features:

  • Oldschool “go right” beat’em up
  • 4 players local Co-op and competitive play
  • 17 playable characters
  • The depth of a versus fighting game in a side-scrolling beat'em up
  • Lots of moves, special moves, furies, cancels, chain combos, air combos, dodge, etc.

  • Increase the Security Level to unlock new characters, game modes, and more...
  • Story mode : Hunt the gang leaders in their respective districts
  • Alternate Story mode : Build your own gang!
  • Versus mode : Free for all and team battle for some multiplayer mayhem
  • Survival mode : How long can you survive endless waves of enemies?
  • Challenge mode : Try some time attack on special levels

  • Featuring a whole new soundtrack by K93 (https://soundcloud.com/streets-of-fu)
  • Play with any controller

  • Featuring famous youtuber Benzaie as the Hard Corner

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 1.6 Ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: X1950 Pro, 7900 GT
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 2 Ghz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: HD 4770, 8800 GTX
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Very Positive (161 reviews)
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The Darker Knight
0.6 hrs
Posted: August 21
Don't ask, just see for yourself.
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Baggy
1.6 hrs
Posted: August 11
Streets of Rage + The Simpsons Arcade Game + Mortal Kombat = Streets of Fury EX
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Sam Hatley
3.8 hrs
Posted: August 2
DROPKICKU!
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BaronOBeef
6.7 hrs
Posted: August 2
Favorite modern Brawler Beat 'em Up game by far!!! Played the original Streets of Fury back on Xbox (360) Live Arcade in 2009 and became an instant fan. Lots of depth with the combo system mechanics that you would find in a 2D Fighter one-on-one. Guardian Heroes meets Guardians of the Hood from the 90s describes it perfectly. Highly recommended!!!
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Gaturrito.-
12.7 hrs
Posted: July 29
This game is awesome. A very nice tribute to 90' Arcade Games, I love it! You really need to play this game, very good game to take on sale for five bucks or less. It's very entertaining, fun, and funny because there's a lot of characters that you can choose and every character has different attack moves, and those moves are like what a ♥♥♥♥ is this dude doing? It's just great. Since I'm something from the old school gaming, I like to play this Beat 'em up game, while I'm listening to the B Rap Boys soundtrack (1990 Arcade game), it's just the perfect combination bruhh.

ANYWAY!!
Please, buy this game, you won't regret. You'll play it over and over, even when you finish it. and by the moment check this gameplay from the game and you'll see what I'm talking about. Gangsters fights, reaching levels and beating bosses.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQNqmTZdflQ
Buy it, don't be stupid :D
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wilsonadam66
4.2 hrs
Posted: July 28
I'll be the first to admit, I'm not a traditional fighting game lover. I play Smash Bros (not even Melee, I play Wii U). I was born long after the age of traditional arcade fighters as well, so I have no nostalgia-driven connection to these kinds of games. On top of it all, I don't have an Xbox 360 controller to play this with; I'm typing this review with the same keyboard I use to play this game. Nevertheless, this game is so fun and charming. The controls are completely customizable and therefore very easy to pick up and start playing. While the game isn't super balanced, namely Bob Lennon destroys everyone, it is still fun and the wide array of characters prevents this moderate lack of balance from destroying the game. The game has two campaigns with several difficulties for each, so completing the game is a task for the dedicated. That being said, the game feels oddly shallow in content for some reason. But with a friend to play with, this is mostly negated. I bought this game at half-price for $4.99, and at that price the game is an 8.3/10. At full $9.99 price, the game receives a 7.9/10. Not a must-buy at either price, but definitely a fun and charming addition to any game library of any type of gamer.
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Alekaum
25.6 hrs
Posted: July 24
This game is AWESOME! Pit Fighter meets Streets of Rage/Double Dragon.

The characters and enemies are incredibly funny, you may laugh a lot. The combo system is very good and satisfactory when you manage it. It has potential to become a classic of the beat´em up games.
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Neon
1.1 hrs
Posted: July 23
reminds me of the old days of gaming its sooo cheezy but i love it for that, characters yelling out there moves 10/10 makes me laugh everytime!
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richard.mortlock
1.3 hrs
Posted: July 22
Great game, It's like Streets of Rage on the megadrive got together with Mortal Kombat the arcade game and had a Combo inducing baby. It's not too violent and also you can turn off the 'bad language' which is great so I was able to play it with my son who is a fan of Smash Brothers.
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phoenix_advance
18.3 hrs
Posted: July 16
This is the best beat'em up game I have ever played on Steam and since the mid-90's. It's USB generic controller friendly (I use an SNES controller). When the game starts it gives the option to play it in either OpenGL or DirectX (something all games should return to doing from the early 2000's).

The game pays true homage to Mortal Kombat 3, the original Killer Instinct, Streets of Rage and maybe even Double Dragon 3 on NES. The balance is completely right, even the stamina bar and unlocks! It looks cheesy, but make no mistake ... it's extremely well designed! Do I recommend this game? Did I phück your wife? Hell phücking yes! Baise toi! And buy this game!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mujypfV7i-E
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13 of 14 people (93%) found this review helpful
Recommended
12.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 29
This game is awesome. A very nice tribute to 90' Arcade Games, I love it! You really need to play this game, very good game to take on sale for five bucks or less. It's very entertaining, fun, and funny because there's a lot of characters that you can choose and every character has different attack moves, and those moves are like what a ♥♥♥♥ is this dude doing? It's just great. Since I'm something from the old school gaming, I like to play this Beat 'em up game, while I'm listening to the B Rap Boys soundtrack (1990 Arcade game), it's just the perfect combination bruhh.

ANYWAY!!
Please, buy this game, you won't regret. You'll play it over and over, even when you finish it. and by the moment check this gameplay from the game and you'll see what I'm talking about. Gangsters fights, reaching levels and beating bosses.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQNqmTZdflQ
Buy it, don't be stupid :D
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100 of 114 people (88%) found this review helpful
58 people found this review funny
Recommended
12.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 28
"Come back in 10 years!"
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63 of 72 people (88%) found this review helpful
27 people found this review funny
Recommended
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 22, 2015
The only reason there is no online multiplayer is because they hate money. Please put in online muliplayer and you will recieve a large sack of yiddish coins.
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51 of 56 people (91%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
19.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 1, 2015
Streets of Fury was the best beatemup on the Xbox Live Indie Games Service.
...
Wow. That's not saying anything at all.
Ok.
Streets of Fury EX is one of the best beatemups on Steam.
Eh? Eh?!
What? That's still not saying anything? Jeeze.

Beatemups are a tough genre to figure out. When you break it down enough, it's just walking up to people and punching them in the face. However, there's much more to it than that. This is a genre that demands perfect mechanics, solid controls, and the right balance of challenge, depth, and entertainment. Most developers don't even get the mechanics right, let alone everything else.

Streets of Fury EX gets practically everything right. On first glance it looks ridiculous, but that's part of its charm. Not everyone is going to be nostalgic of games starring digitized characters, but I don't know. I kinda hope they'll make a come-back. It also helps that the cast of characters are uh...mostly normal. It reminds me of Dong Dong Never Die. That was a game filled with random people that can somehow throw fireballs, soar through the air, and cause earthquakes when they stomp the ground.

There are 15+ playable heroes in SoFEX. Each fighter has a set of regular moves, special attacks, and a handful of supers. Combining these techniques to create combos is extremely enjoyable. Even during the beatemup genre's peak (the 90s) most combos were just mashing the attack button to perform automatic moves. With this game, if it keeps the enemy in the air, it counts. This game uses a lot of ideas present in other fighters, such as ground bounces, launchers, and OTG shenanigans. Basically, this means that you have a lot of tools to play around with. While unnecessary, it's also nice that each character has a distinct personality. Most of them have multiple taunts as well as unique "death" animations.

While it would probably be enough to create a bunch of dullard enemies to style on, SoFEX relies on making every enemy unique. There are a ton of re-used sprites (as per genre-standards), but they all have different strategies. Let's look at the Jesse Pinkman knock-offs. These jerks use guns. The orange Jay Cees don't attack, but will shoot you out of the air. Red? He taunts and then fires, which has the added affect of making him partially invulnerable (unless guard-broken). As for green, he just fires with no warning, but has no invincibility. No Jessy can be approached in the same manner. This ideal extends to the entirety of the enemy roster.

The two campaigns do a fine job of exploring the possible enemy combinations. Eventually you'll grasp what works, and try to maximize your damage in the few openings you can create. It's the perfect showcase for the real depth that can be found in a beatemup. In order to beat someone down, you have to work for it. This aspect is further driven into the player's head in the Survival mode. In each wave, the player must contend with increasing odds. The enemies are randomized, which can result in an numerous combinations. It's up to the player to use the myriad of tools at their disposal to separate foes from the pack and give them a quick yet thorough crushing. The bad-guys will not shy away from making the player suffer. In later waves, a single screw-up can lead to the player getting juggled for half their health.

For another kind of challenge, the...uh..challenge mode offers numerous battles. It's almost like a puzzle game. You have to figure out the right character, what enemies to focus on, and which moves to perform. There are a few "kick everyone's ♥♥♥" missions, but most of the time you're going to try different combinations and ideas until you find the one that really works. It's a satisfying addition. An amusing bonus that shouldn't be ignored is the campaign edit. Various parameters can be changed, from enemy aggressiveness & numbers to gravity to how fast everyone moves. This can result in tons of hilarity, as well as even more ways to play through the game.

More important than anything else: This is a beatemup that just feels right. The mechanics are properly handled. There is enough satisfaction when punching an enemy, as well as appropriate warning when an enemy is going to attack. This is accomplished through animations and flashing effects. If you have a watchful eye and keep your ears open, you'll always have an idea of what's going on, even when 10+ enemies are on-screen. Every hit is on-point, nothing feels cheap or leaves you thinking "how'd he hit me?! He was way over there!" Within minutes of playing you get a feel for how everything works, and can start working on the finer details as well as developing your own amazing combos.

This game is missing online-play...which hurts bad. The last release didn't have it either but damn, I hope it happens eventually. Couch co-op is always an option at least. In any case, this game will last quite awhile. I couldn't tell you where Streets of Fury EX stands among the classics, but it is one of the finest beatemups released in the 21st century.

I hope that's saying something.

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43 of 56 people (77%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Recommended
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 25, 2015
A street gang has taken over Paris. The French government hires a Los Angeles street gang as a last resort to take back control of the city.

If that isn't enough to sell you on getting this game, it has the same type of real time animation graphics that the infamous Street Fighter "The Movie, The Game" did.

But in all seriousness, the game play is a lot of fun, and the controls are tight. If you're into this type of genre of game, you should give it a try.

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34 of 48 people (71%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
3.3 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: June 27, 2015
NOTE: Key was provided by developer for testing

Streets of Fury EX is classic beat 'em up game. What separate it from rest of this genre games is 4 co-op multiplayer and quite enough of game modes. These mods especialy if you play them with friends will guarantie you lots of hours of fun.

As for in-game I especially found damn funny character emotes, where every one of playable characters have its own unique, and its fun, realy fun :)

Controls are easy to get, and begginers shouldnt find hard to manage it.
About graphic and sound there is not much to say, It doesent stand up from games of this genre.

My personal opinion is that indie game like this should be price tagged not more then 4,99€ (5,99$), If it had that price I would instantly recomended as must buy.

As for recommendation, lovers of beat 'em up games BUY IT, rest of you guys wait for discount. It is a game that you should give it a try anyway.

My overall rating is 7/10
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15 of 16 people (94%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
28.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 12, 2015
As a fan of side-scrolling beat-em-ups, I was a massive advocate of the original SoF on XBLIG and got loads of my friends into it. So you can imagine my delight on discovering that this game wasn't going to die as an unknown cult classic and that they were doing an updated version for PC.

IMHO, this is the best "Go Straight" beat-em-up after Streets of Rage Remake, but that has the advantage of already having a template, music, sprites, etc to work from. Streets of Fury, however, has a far better combo system! Seriously, the amount of variety and personalisation of the combos is a joy. It's also taken a leaf or two from the Saturn/XBLA classic Guardian Heroes, which is probably the other member of the "Best Scrolling Beat-em-ups Trilogy".

Yeah, the graphics can look a bit dodgy a first glance - but look at the animation! The more you look at and play with the characters, the work more you see has gone into making some excellent game mechanics. The music's great, there's loads of interesting and diverse characters, 4-player co-op/versus, unlockables, a couple of fun modes, etc and from what I hear, there's more content in the pipeline... This won't convert people who hate the genre, but there's definitely something quite pure and essentially videogamey about a game like this that a lot of people will enjoy - definitely recommended.
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18 of 23 people (78%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 25, 2015
What a fantastic beat them up, with a basic yet very deep combo system. Game is fun as hell!

His only flaw for now is the lack of online multiplayer.

8/10

Mr Quaraté best figthing character ever
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13 of 15 people (87%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 26, 2015
This game is a parody of old school beat-em-up games. A really good parody!

Seriously, on my first playthrough I couldn't stop smiling or laughing even when i tried. If you played this kind of games in the 90s you'll know what I'm talking about when you play this one :P

Anyway, the fighting mechanics are solid; in fact they are better than most old beat-em-ups. There are a lot of playable/unlockable characters with unique personalities and fighting styles. And, for the most part, their animations are very smooth. The gameplay can be a bit repetitive, but very polished and challenging.

I wish they included more female characters and female enemy npcs. In fact, I wish they had a bigger variety of unique enemies as a whole, especially when it comes to the bosses. Still, by combining different enemy types on each level the game will push you to keep coming up with new strategies.

The one thing that failed to impress me is the level design. Levels are kind repetitive and flat. In the old-school fighting games you were fighting on moving trains, inside buildings, inside elevators, on beaches, in gardens, etc. There were bystanders, destructible barrels and boxes, power-ups and weapons that you could pick up. Not here unfortunately. Most of the time in Streets of Fury you are fighting either in the streets, parking garages, or the subway platform, but the textures and colors are so similar for each location that it feels like you are on the same stage over and over.

Despite the shortcomings, Streets of Fury EX is a great game. Well worth the $10 price. I really want a sequel. (But please improve level design!)
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14 of 17 people (82%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 27, 2015
I haven't laughed so hard while playing a game in only god knows how long. These guys have managed to skewer every beat em up ever made, while at the same time managing to make a pretty good one. The controls are tight and the graphics are laugh out loud hilarious. I recommend this game highly, especially if you used to drop large amounts of money at the arcades during the 90s :)
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