Streets of Rage 3

The third and what was once thought to be final installment in Sega’s classic series of beat ’em ups, featuring electronic music by Yuzo Koshiro.

Developer: Sega
Publisher: Sega
Available on: *wheeze*: Mega Drive, PlayStation 2/GameCube (in Japanese versions of Sonic Gems Collection), 3DS (as 3D Streets of Rage 2), Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 (as part of Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection), Windows PC, PlayStation 4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch (as part of Sega Mega Drive Classics). And probably some Smart Fridge or something somewhere.

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