Sega Shares New Details On Streets Of Rage, Golden Axe, Shinobi & Other Classic Reboots
Sega has shared brand new details regarding Streets of Rage Revolution, Golden Axe, Shinobi, and other upcoming classic reboots.
In its Management Meeting presentation for the year 2023 (via), Sega has shared fresh details regarding its recently announced reboots of five of its classic series, namely Streets of Rage Revolution, Golden Axe, Shinobi, Crazi Taxi, and Jet set Radio.
Sega Classic Reboots Gameplay Details
Details from Sega regarding five of its classic series that are receiving the reboot treatment can be seen below.
Crazy Taxi: Innovative & Fresh Style Driving Action!
Cheerful feeling of freedom x Fusion of nature and city, Peel out the new stage of Crazy City!
Jet Set Radio: “Counter-Culture”. Tokyo Street Open World
Experience the “rebellion” movement that feels free in a suffocating society. Make friends, increase your fans, and create a movement!
Shinobi: Slay the enemies in the silence of the moment
Run through the world of Shinobi, full of monsters and ninja actions. Grab Oberozuki, the legendary sword and slay Evil once more. Your clan and the world are counting on you.
Golden Axe: Warriors arise to subdue the demons!
Defeat your enemies with a variety of attacks with swords and magic! The legendary story about the battle axe, “Golden Axe” is about to begin!
Streets of Rage Revolution: Beloved side-scrolling beat ’em up action series!
Take control of one of the ex-officers and make the city a place where people no longer have to walk the “Streets of Rage.
While the other IPs have been dormant for a long time, Streets of Rage has recently received a fourth entry, titled Streets of Rage 4. It is a side-scrolling beat ’em up game developed by Dotemu, Lizardcube, and Guard Crush Games and published by Dotemu. It serves as a sequel to the original trilogy that was released for the Sega Genesis in the 1990s. The game was made available on various platforms, including Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One, Linux, and macOS in 2020. A Stadia version was released in 2021, followed by Android and iOS in 2022.