SEGA to bring you a 3D Streets of Rage port to your 3DS

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Seems SEGA has a long list of 3D ports it wants to release, we already talked about the upcoming Ecco the Dolphin and Shinobi III. It seems now they filed Streets of Rage for a rating over at the Australian Classification Board.

Its a bit odd that SEGA would do the first one and not the second, which is an (obviously) superior title.

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8 responses to “SEGA to bring you a 3D Streets of Rage port to your 3DS

  1. Hitrax says:

    This probably isn’t the best rate to release Sega games on a handheld, if you release them all too soon, people will just pick one at the expense of the others.
    Whereas if they release them in timely installments, consumers are more likely to buy them all, one at a time, when each comes out.

    • crackdude says:

      none has even come out yet.

      Sega has been shelling out about 2 GG games/week, which is a nice pace. But none of the MD titles has come out yet here. In Japan it’s like 1/month I think

  2. crackdude says:

    Sorry George, the first one is the best one.

  3. Looks Like Nintendo platforms might be the winner with SEGA games.

  4. CrazyTails says:

    You are crazy to want them skipping the first and go with the second, first. The first game is close to being just as excellent as the 2nd. Let people play this first

  5. andy says:

    I totally disagree with the last part, SOR1 is by far the best streets of rage game and one of the greatest scrolling beat em ups of all time.

  6. Lagunado says:

    I think the first one is the most charismatic and beloved, SoR 2 the more balanced overall and 3rd the most playable and varied.

    Anyway, I like them all.

  7. Shinobi100 says:

    SoR 2 has the much higher review scores, but I personally prefer SoR 1. I like how it’s a little more gritty and real. I like how the techno/tribal tunes keep gettin more powerful the farther you advance into the game. I low how they keep sending more and more thugs at you, until it gets to the point where the entire screen is filled up with dudes moving toward you. And by that point the music has you so jacked up and the battles of the first few levels have toughened you up so much, that you look em all in the eye and say, “Bring it on, you m…”

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