Golden Axed A Cancelled Prototype feature

Streets Of Kamurocho and Golden Axed: A Cancelled Prototype will be free for a limited time

SEGA will release for free two pretty cool side-scrolling brawlers in the coming days. These two games are Streets Of Kamurocho and Golden Axed: A Cancelled Prototype. Do note, though, that you will be able to acquire your free copies only during a limited period.

Streets of Kamurocho is a 16bit mix of Yakuza and Streets of Rage. In this game, players will assume the role of Kiryu and Majima in a side-scrolling brawler. This brawler features the same gameplay and control mechanics with Streets of Rage.

On the other hand, Golden Axed: A Cancelled Prototype is a build of a never-before-seen glimpse at a canned project called Golden Axe: Reborn.

Streets of Kamurocho will be available for free between October 17th and October 19th. Additionally, Golden Axed: A Cancelled Prototype will be available for free between October 18th and October 19th.

Keep in mind that these aren’t free to play offers. What this means is that you will be able to keep these games yours forever (once you acquire your free copies).

Lastly, Steam users who link their accounts to their email addresses at Sega60th will get the SEGA Saturn classic, NiGHTS into Dreams. NiGHTS into Dreams will be available for free during the SEGA’s 60-day celebration.

Have fun!

Streets of Kamurocho - Announce Trailer

Golden Axed: A Cancelled Prototype (Golden Axe: Reborn) -Trailer (2020 - SEGA 60th Anniversary)

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