Ce qui était autrefois une ville heureuse, paisible et productive est tombé entre les mains d’une mafia criminelle secrète. Les pillages, la violence gratuite et la destruction sont partout. Personne n’est en sécurité. Malgré le refus répété de leurs supérieurs, trois jeunes officiers de police sont déterminés à régler ce problème.
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Date de parution : 26 jan 2011

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Acheter SEGA Genesis Classics Pack 4 NA

Inclut les 10 articles suivants : Alien Soldier, Gunstar Heroes, Landstalker: The Treasures of King Nole, Light Crusader, Shining Force, Shining Force II, Shining in the Darkness, Streets of Rage, Streets of Rage 2, Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair

Acheter SEGA Genesis Classics Collection

Inclut les 40 articles suivants : Alex Kidd™ in the Enchanted Castle, Alien Soldier, Alien Storm, Altered Beast™, Bio-Hazard Battle™, Bonanza Bros.™, Columns™, Columns™ III, Comix Zone™, Crack Down™, Decap Attack™, Ecco the Dolphin™, Ecco™ Jr., Ecco™: The Tides of Time, ESWAT™: City Under Siege, Eternal Champions™, Fatal Labyrinth™, Flicky™, Gain Ground™, Galaxy Force II™, Golden Axe™, Golden Axe™ II, Gunstar Heroes, Kid Chameleon™, Landstalker: The Treasures of King Nole, Light Crusader, Ristar™, Shadow Dancer™, Shining Force, Shining Force II, Shining in the Darkness, Shinobi™ III: Return of the Ninja Master, Space Harrier™ II, Streets of Rage, Streets of Rage 2, Super Thunder Blade™, Sword of Vermilion™, Vectorman™, Virtua Fighter™ 2, Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair

Acheter SEGA Mega Drive and Genesis Classics

Inclut les 59 articles suivants : Alex Kidd™ in the Enchanted Castle, Alien Soldier, Alien Storm, Altered Beast™, Beyond Oasis, Bio-Hazard Battle™, Bonanza Bros.™, Columns™, Columns™ III, Comix Zone™, Crack Down™, Decap Attack™, Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine™, Dynamite Headdy, Ecco the Dolphin™, Ecco™ Jr., Ecco™: The Tides of Time, ESWAT™: City Under Siege, Eternal Champions™, Fatal Labyrinth™, Flicky™, Gain Ground™, Galaxy Force II™, Golden Axe III, Golden Axe™, Golden Axe™ II, Gunstar Heroes, Kid Chameleon™, Landstalker: The Treasures of King Nole, Light Crusader, Phantasy Star II, Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom, Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium, Revenge of the Shinobi, Ristar™, Shadow Dancer™, Shining Force, Shining Force II, Shining in the Darkness, Shinobi™ III: Return of the Ninja Master, Sonic 3 and Knuckles, Sonic 3D Blast™, Sonic CD, Sonic Spinball™, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Space Harrier™ II, Streets of Rage, Streets of Rage 2, Streets of Rage 3, Super Thunder Blade™, Sword of Vermilion™, ToeJam & Earl, ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron, Vectorman 2, Vectorman™, Virtua Fighter™ 2, Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair, Wonder Boy in Monster World

 

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À propos de ce jeu

Ce qui était autrefois une ville heureuse, paisible et productive est tombé entre les mains d’une mafia criminelle secrète.
Les pillages, la violence gratuite et la destruction sont partout. Personne n’est en sécurité. Malgré le refus répété de leurs supérieurs, trois jeunes officiers de police sont déterminés à régler ce problème. Ils ont créé une force d’attaque spéciale et ont dû pour cela quitter la police. Incarne un des trois ex-officiers et fais de la ville un endroit où les gens n’auront plus à arpenter les Streets of Rage™!

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Interface : Windows&reg XP ou supérieure
    • Graphismes : 32 Mo ou plus
    • DirectX® : DirectX&reg 9.0 ou supérieure
    • Disque dur : 50 Mo d'espace disque
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows® XP or higher
    • Graphics/CPU: NVidia GeForce GTX 280 or ATI Radeon HD 6630 or equivalent DirectX® 9c or higher 1GB VRam / Intel i3-2100 or AMD Phenom II X4 940 or equivalent dual core CPU
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9c or greater
    • Hard Drive: 50MB free disc space
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SileNce
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Posté le : 17 mars 2015
Streets of Rage defined the scrolling beat 'em up genre of its era. Having played the original countless times on the SEGA Megadrive since the age of 3, I was extremely delighted to find the port to Steam. The gameplay is just as good as it was back then, bringing a fantastic feeling of nostalgia. I used to play the game with my twin brother and my Dad as a kid, providing an amazing local co-op experience. Replaying it with a friend brought back many memories as I relived my childhood on the Streets of Rage.

Pros:
+ Simple controls
+ Local co-op
+ Gamepad support (I used a PS3 controller)
+ A feeling of nostalgia
+ Pixel art graphics (I love them)

Cons:
- Too easy to accidentally grab your co-op partner
- Still contains some glitches (was thrown by both wrestler bosses at the same time on Stage 8, throwing me out of the screen and completing the game)
- I disliked the level design of Stage 6 where squashing machinery takes up too much space on the screen making it annoying to fight in.

Score: 7/10
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DeltaBladeX
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Posté le : 18 février 2014
"Who needs some new socks and belts?"

Back in the late 80s and early 90s, the beat em up genre was highly popular with Sega bringing out arcade games like Golden Axe and Alien Storm to compete with others like Final Fight and Double Dragon. While they ported their games to the consoles, it seems they decided they also needed a game just for the home systems, and so Bare Knuckle / Streets of Rage was born. This trilogy of games was highly popular on the Mega Drive and is considered great even now. The games did receive a fair bit of censorship when coming to the west, with the 3rd game losing a boss and secret playable character, as well as receiving a much different story. While Sega never made a 4th game for the series, fans have created a fan game called Streets of Rage Remake which is worth checking out. Well, enough history, time to talk about how it all started.

Story
Gangs own the city. Corrupt officials and cowards prevent the problem from being solved. Three officers quit the force, go vigilante and move forth to beat up some punks. Sound familiar? It should do, most games in the genre had a story just like this.

Presentation
Graphically, this game is okay. However, if you have already played the later games in the series, you will notice that the art style in this game was different, with both player characters and enemies looking different. The style in this game is fine, but I prefer the later designs.

Now the music, that is damn awesome, as should be expected from the series. Some truly memorable tunes during the levels, that helped cement this series as proof that the Mega Dive can output some good music with its hardware.

The sound effects however, aren't so great. Some basics yells, screams, thumps and dings. Rather uninspiring.

Controls
The emulator used for this and other games in the Sega Mega Drive Classics supports use of a keyboard, but I highly recommend a gamepad if you own one. Easier to control that way.

Anyway, the game controls well, not going to have any difficulties performing the attacks and moving around.

Gameplay
When starting the game, you have the choice of three characters. Adam, who moves slower than the other two, Blaze, the weakest of the trio, and Axel, who just can't do a decent jump kick. Minor differences between the three, really.

When it comes to the combat, there isn't much to say. Walk right, punch everyone a few times, then move on. Much as with the story, you will already know what to expect. This game is all about beating up the nameless thugs that get in your way. Your character was unable to perform any special move themselves in this game, but you are able to call in support from a police officer who will fire a weapon to take down any enemies currently surrounding you. This has a limit of one use per level though unless you find a pickup for more. Outside of that, you have all the genre standards to take down your enemies, punching, kicking, knives, baseball bats and metal pipes.

Lifespan
Other than replaying this on a higher difficulty, the only other extra in this game requires a second player. Late in the game, you will be able to unlock a bad end by having each player choose differently when asked a question. Nothing special really. On the bright side, it actually had support for co-op, unlike Final Fight.

Well, all said and done, while this game isn't as great as either of the following titles in the series, it was still fun back when I first got to play it on the Mega Drive. It just doesn't do so well in comparison. It was still the birth of a great series, and for that, it deserves my praise. If only Adam got to stick around for the later games.

7 / 10
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Lt. Labcoat
Posté le : 5 juillet 2013
God I loved this game! All my friends loved this game! This was a really great game! ...mind you, it comes off kinda basic nowadays.
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Bob
Posté le : 6 août 2012
The side scrolling beat 'em up is a genre that I do miss. This game is great fun especially when played with 2 players. You have a a very nice array of moves and combos. I guess some people might consider this game a bit repetitive but I still liked it. The only problem is I am not very good at the game. I have never completed it without teaming up with someone else. But that is not the games fault at all.
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Tribeman
Posté le : 10 novembre 2011
Streets of Rage was a pretty tough game, grab a friend, it is fun to play.
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"Who needs some new socks and belts?"

Back in the late 80s and early 90s, the beat em up genre was highly popular with Sega bringing out arcade games like Golden Axe and Alien Storm to compete with others like Final Fight and Double Dragon. While they ported their games to the consoles, it seems they decided they also needed a game just for the home systems, and so Bare Knuckle / Streets of Rage was born. This trilogy of games was highly popular on the Mega Drive and is considered great even now. The games did receive a fair bit of censorship when coming to the west, with the 3rd game losing a boss and secret playable character, as well as receiving a much different story. While Sega never made a 4th game for the series, fans have created a fan game called Streets of Rage Remake which is worth checking out. Well, enough history, time to talk about how it all started.

Story
Gangs own the city. Corrupt officials and cowards prevent the problem from being solved. Three officers quit the force, go vigilante and move forth to beat up some punks. Sound familiar? It should do, most games in the genre had a story just like this.

Presentation
Graphically, this game is okay. However, if you have already played the later games in the series, you will notice that the art style in this game was different, with both player characters and enemies looking different. The style in this game is fine, but I prefer the later designs.

Now the music, that is damn awesome, as should be expected from the series. Some truly memorable tunes during the levels, that helped cement this series as proof that the Mega Dive can output some good music with its hardware.

The sound effects however, aren't so great. Some basics yells, screams, thumps and dings. Rather uninspiring.

Controls
The emulator used for this and other games in the Sega Mega Drive Classics supports use of a keyboard, but I highly recommend a gamepad if you own one. Easier to control that way.

Anyway, the game controls well, not going to have any difficulties performing the attacks and moving around.

Gameplay
When starting the game, you have the choice of three characters. Adam, who moves slower than the other two, Blaze, the weakest of the trio, and Axel, who just can't do a decent jump kick. Minor differences between the three, really.

When it comes to the combat, there isn't much to say. Walk right, punch everyone a few times, then move on. Much as with the story, you will already know what to expect. This game is all about beating up the nameless thugs that get in your way. Your character was unable to perform any special move themselves in this game, but you are able to call in support from a police officer who will fire a weapon to take down any enemies currently surrounding you. This has a limit of one use per level though unless you find a pickup for more. Outside of that, you have all the genre standards to take down your enemies, punching, kicking, knives, baseball bats and metal pipes.

Lifespan
Other than replaying this on a higher difficulty, the only other extra in this game requires a second player. Late in the game, you will be able to unlock a bad end by having each player choose differently when asked a question. Nothing special really. On the bright side, it actually had support for co-op, unlike Final Fight.

Well, all said and done, while this game isn't as great as either of the following titles in the series, it was still fun back when I first got to play it on the Mega Drive. It just doesn't do so well in comparison. It was still the birth of a great series, and for that, it deserves my praise. If only Adam got to stick around for the later games.

7 / 10
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Posté le : 17 mars 2015
Streets of Rage defined the scrolling beat 'em up genre of its era. Having played the original countless times on the SEGA Megadrive since the age of 3, I was extremely delighted to find the port to Steam. The gameplay is just as good as it was back then, bringing a fantastic feeling of nostalgia. I used to play the game with my twin brother and my Dad as a kid, providing an amazing local co-op experience. Replaying it with a friend brought back many memories as I relived my childhood on the Streets of Rage.

Pros:
+ Simple controls
+ Local co-op
+ Gamepad support (I used a PS3 controller)
+ A feeling of nostalgia
+ Pixel art graphics (I love them)

Cons:
- Too easy to accidentally grab your co-op partner
- Still contains some glitches (was thrown by both wrestler bosses at the same time on Stage 8, throwing me out of the screen and completing the game)
- I disliked the level design of Stage 6 where squashing machinery takes up too much space on the screen making it annoying to fight in.

Score: 7/10
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Posté le : 5 juillet 2013
God I loved this game! All my friends loved this game! This was a really great game! ...mind you, it comes off kinda basic nowadays.
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Posté le : 10 novembre 2011
Streets of Rage was a pretty tough game, grab a friend, it is fun to play.
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Posté le : 6 août 2012
The side scrolling beat 'em up is a genre that I do miss. This game is great fun especially when played with 2 players. You have a a very nice array of moves and combos. I guess some people might consider this game a bit repetitive but I still liked it. The only problem is I am not very good at the game. I have never completed it without teaming up with someone else. But that is not the games fault at all.
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