Streets of Rage 3
This has always been a good series, and I really enjoyed this cart. A few things bothered me. The music wasn't up to par with what Yuzo Koshiro normally does, and the sounds were substandard. The background animations are really good, and the diversity of game play adds tremendously One question: why did Sega change the characters' outfits to gender neutral colors? It is still a great Sega fighter.
It's back again. Streets of Rage 3 offers new fighters, more moves, and better levels than the previous episodes Does this make it a better game? Sure, but not without some compromises. The music, although done by Yuzo Koshiro, is really bad. What happened, Yuzo? The levels are really huge and offer tons of thugs to beat up over and over again. It's good, but in the end it's strictly another walk-and-fight game.
YESSSM Streets of Rage 3 is a continuation of one of the best fighting adventures from Sega. With 24-Megs of memory, there are loads of lethal moves and an improved soundtrack. There are even more moves when you play with the six-button controller. Very cool with the Head-to-Head Battle Mode The only bad part is the heinous slowdown in some areas of the game. Bummer! Still a great fight title, though.
Definitely a good sequel! It has all the moves and characters that made the first a smash hit. It looks and plays well, fully utilizing the 24-Megs. There are lots of new guys to fight and different paths to take. One of the best new features is the ability to play as Roo the kangaroo, a hidden character. Overall it's fun to play alone or head-to-head. However, the concept is starting to get over used and repetitive.
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode