Streets of Rage Joins the SEGA Forever Collection

First released in 1991, Streets of Rage was the definitive beat ’em up for the Sega Genesis, and as of today, it’s on SEGA Forever, which is the collection of SEGA games in a free-to-play format on mobile devices. Streets of Rage supports cross-platform local multiplayer capabilities and, like the rest of the collection, it offers added features like leaderboards, cloud saves, and controller support. The multiplayer option will also be added to previously released SEGA Forever’s Golden Axe and Altered Beast in the coming weeks. Whether you play Axel, Blaze, or Adam, you and your friends can team up to do battle with Mr. X.

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