SOR2 - Why is it a classic?

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Re: SOR2 - Why is it a classic?

Post by dwitefry » Wed May 05, 2010 12:32 am

Think about all the complaint reviewers wheel out for video games and try to assign them gripes to Streets of Rage 2, go through the list of Graphics, Gameplay, Controls, Music, Length and Difficulty moans, none of them really apply to this game. So why is it so good? because you can't moan about it!


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Re: SOR2 - Why is it a classic?

Post by gman72 » Wed May 26, 2010 5:41 am

Those beautiful colourful graphics, an intuitive moves system, lovely long stages and varied character design. Then there's that music. A thumping electro, techno soundscape that really draws you into the game. This game is my bestest scrolling beat-em-up.
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