"Streets Of Rage 4" Shows Off A New Behind-The=Scenes Video

Dotemu, along with Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games released a new behind-the-scenes video today showing off the art of Streets Of Rage 4. The video shows off how the creative team went about making the game look and feel like the original with a new art style. As well as how they went about making […]

Adam Hunter Returns To "Streets Of Rage 4"

Adam Hunter Returns To "Streets Of Rage 4"

Along with the reveal that Streets Of Rage 4 would be headed to the Nintendo Switch, we got word that a familiar face would be returning to the game. Adam Hunter will be making his return to the series, with a new look and a few new moves that will both make older fans love […]

"Streets Of Rage 4" Introduces A New Character At Gamescom 2019

"Streets Of Rage 4" Introduces A New Character At Gamescom 2019

Dotemu kicked off Gamescom 2019 with one of the first announcements of the event, introducing a new character into Streets Of Rage 4.  The character is Cherry Hunter, who is the daughter of Adam Hunter from the original Streets of Rage. The company released a few details about her, as well as a trailer highlighting […]

"Streets Of Rage 4" Reveals Complete Soundtrack And Composers

Dotemu, Lizardcube, and Guard Crush Games revealed today the talent they'll be working with for the Streets Of Rage 4 soundtrack. Five individuals were picked to work on the soundtrack, as the company will be working with Yūzō Koshiro, Motohiro Kawashima, Yoko Shimomura, Hideki Naganuma, and Keiji Yamagishi. If those names don't sound familiar, we have their credits […]

Lizardcube Shows Off a Little from Streets of Rage 4

We haven't seen a lot from Lizardcube when it comes to Streets of Rage 4, but this week we got some pictures and even a little video. There's not much to the video as they only show off six seconds of footage from the game with no audio, but it looks pretty awesome for an arcade […]

A Reimagining Can Be Pretty Awesome In 'Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap'

Long ago, back in the late 1980's, there was a pretty cool series known as Wonder Boy that existed on several platforms for the company. The series had a pretty good eight-year run with six games to its name, the most acclaimed to the series (aside from the original) was Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's […]