Now it has already begun: the creators of the films “Sonic”, “John Wick” and “Nobody” bring the classic video game “Streets of Rage” to the big screen.
Beat ’em ups, video games in which you fight your way through hordes of opponents on your own or with up to three other players, were, along with fighting games, the most popular genre of video games in the 1980s through the mid-1990s. No wonder Hollywood initially experimented with representatives of these genres. The results are in the form of “Double Dragon – Fifth Dimension” And “Street Fighter – The Ultimate Battle” However, it was not convincing: too bold, too unimaginative, and without any sense of the magic of templates.
A new generation of filmmakers is now working in the dream factory. Jill held the control panel in his hands. And with this new understanding of the world’s most successful entertainment medium, the adaptations have finally worked the way fans and movie audiences in general want it to be. The two provide the best example in this regard “Sonic the Hedgehog”the movies. Responsible production company dj2 Entertainment is now working with Escape Artists on a film adaptation of the ultimate classic action style “Street of Anger”How do Limit mentioned.
Derek Kolstad, author of Many, responsible for the script “John Wick”Surprise action writers and creators “Nobody”. Kolstad is known for his dark deeds, in which lone Avengers leave a trail of destruction on their way to justice – or what they believe is justice. So he is exactly the right man for the job. In the video, we tell you about the video game mods that you should have seen alongside “Sonic the Hedgehog”.
This is the story of Streets of Rage
Streets of Rage was developed and published by Sega in 1991 for Mega Drive. The reason was the announcement by Sega competitor Nintendo that Capcom will bring the arcade game “Final Fight” to Super Nintendo. At that time, Final Fight was considered the pinnacle of action and fun. So it’s no surprise that Sega’s officials jerked off to work with sweaty fingers so they could deliver a worthy product to Sega fans.
Noriyoshi Ohba, the lead designer on the quest, envisioned a game sandwiched between Final Fight and Double Dragon, with a touch of “Starsky and Hutch” Like “Team A”. Team play was the priority. Sega already had experience in the genre thanks to the work on Golden Ax, so the gameplay should not fail. Indeed, with “Streets of Rage” the team relied more on the gloomy atmosphere of a big, squalid city, bathed in neon lights at night. In terms of the story, martial arts films from Hong Kong were followed: in order to put an end to a criminal syndicate, three ex-cops Axl Stone, Adam Hunter and Blaise Fielding unite and clean up the underworld.
The game was such a hit that two more titles were released by 1994. Dotemu didn’t release Streets of Rage 4 until 2020. If the shooting is close to the quality of the new sequel, fans can expect a top-notch martial arts action movie. Fingers intertwined!
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