Gaz Liddon, co-founder of Ruffian Games, has uploaded a video that showcases a cancelled project that was based on SEGA’s classic 2D scrolling beat’em up, Streets of Rage. According to Liddon, this video features some scenes from a playable prototype of Streets of Rage remake and it was something they built very rapidly and represents pre-pre-pre-pre (lots of pres) pre-Alpha quality. And thank God it was cancelled as we strongly believe that a SOR remake should keep its 2D scrolling mechanics. It’s okay to update its graphics, but why on Earth would someone make it a third-person game? But anyway, you can view the video below. Enjoy!
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