History Trivia / StreetsOfRage

7th Jul '16 7:03:39 PM BleuStar365
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** The first game started its development as a spinoff of ''ESWAT: City Under Siege'' originally given the development title of ''DSWAT''. This explains the appearance of the police car from ESWAT when using the game's special move.

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** The first game started its development as a spinoff of ''ESWAT: City Under Siege'' originally given the development title of ''DSWAT''. This explains the appearance of the police car from ESWAT ''ESWAT'' when using the game's special move.
7th Jul '16 7:01:44 PM BleuStar365
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** The series itself started off as a spinoff of ''ESWAT: City Under Siege'' originally given the development title of DSWAT.

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** The series itself first game started off its development as a spinoff of ''ESWAT: City Under Siege'' originally given the development title of DSWAT.''DSWAT''. This explains the appearance of the police car from ESWAT when using the game's special move.
7th Jul '16 6:58:27 PM BleuStar365
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** The series itself started off as a spinoff of ''ESWAT: City Under Siege'' originally given the development title of DSWAT.
28th May '16 9:05:54 PM BearyScary
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* There was a comic book based on the second game written by Mark Millar.
28th May '16 8:31:45 PM nombretomado
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* DivorcedInstallment: There was going to be a ''Streets of Rage 4'' on the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn, but it was turned into the unrelated game ''Fighting Force'', and instead released on the PlayStation and {{Nintendo 64}}.

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* DivorcedInstallment: There was going to be a ''Streets of Rage 4'' on the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn, but it was turned into the unrelated game ''Fighting Force'', and instead released on the PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation and {{Nintendo UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}.
12th Apr '16 8:29:10 PM BleuStar365
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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: There was a rumor that locking ''Streets of Rage'' onto ''VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles'' would allow you to play as Knuckles in ''[=SOR1=]''.

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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: There was a rumor that locking ''Streets of Rage'' onto ''VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles'' [[Sonic3AndKnuckles Sonic & Knuckles]] would allow you to play as Knuckles in ''[=SOR1=]''.
4th Dec '15 4:45:26 PM nombretomado
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* DivorcedInstallment: There was going to be a ''Streets of Rage 4'' on the SegaSaturn, but it was turned into the unrelated game ''Fighting Force'', and instead released on the PlayStation and {{Nintendo 64}}.

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* DivorcedInstallment: There was going to be a ''Streets of Rage 4'' on the SegaSaturn, UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn, but it was turned into the unrelated game ''Fighting Force'', and instead released on the PlayStation and {{Nintendo 64}}.
18th Jun '14 3:59:39 PM ViperAcidZX
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* BadExportForYou: ''3''. Not necessarily because of the [[DifficultyByRegion inflated difficulty]] itself, but because the lowest difficulty setting in the overseas versions, Easy, includes EasyModeMockery that cuts out the last two stages of the game, while the Japanese version's equivalent difficulty level, Normal, lets you play to the very end. In other words, you're punished for playing a non-Japanese version. Also, the Japanese version's Easy difficulty, which ''still'' lets you complete the entire game and would've been the overseas versions' EasierThanEasy difficulty, is removed altogether.

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* BadExportForYou: ''3''. Not necessarily because of the [[DifficultyByRegion inflated difficulty]] itself, but because the lowest difficulty setting in the overseas versions, Easy, includes EasyModeMockery that cuts out the last two stages of the game, while the Japanese version's equivalent difficulty level, Normal, lets you play to the very end. In other words, you're punished for playing a non-Japanese version. Also, the Japanese version's Easy difficulty, which ''still'' lets you complete the entire game and would've been the overseas versions' EasierThanEasy difficulty, is removed altogether. altogether.
* DivorcedInstallment: There was going to be a ''Streets of Rage 4'' on the SegaSaturn, but it was turned into the unrelated game ''Fighting Force'', and instead released on the PlayStation and {{Nintendo 64}}.


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* FanworkBan: Sega didn't take kindly to it and threatened to sue the developers if they didn't remove it from their site.
13th Mar '14 1:50:28 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* FanTranslation: Of the Japanese version, [[http://www.romhacking.net/translations/1375/ courtesy of Twilight Translations]]. It exists because of the difficulty changes mentioned above, the [[CutAndPasteTranslation radically-altered storyline]] in the overseas versions, and the mysterious {{Palette Swap}}ping of the player characters.

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* FanTranslation: Of the Japanese version, version of ''3'', [[http://www.romhacking.net/translations/1375/ courtesy of Twilight Translations]]. It exists because of the difficulty changes mentioned above, the [[CutAndPasteTranslation radically-altered storyline]] in the overseas versions, and the mysterious {{Palette Swap}}ping of the player characters.
13th Mar '14 1:48:32 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* BadExportForYou: ''3''. Not necessarily because of the [[DifficultyByRegion inflated difficulty]] itself, but because the lowest difficulty setting in the overseas versions, Easy, includes EasyModeMockery that cuts out the last two stages of the game, while the Japanese version's equivalent difficulty level, Normal, lets you play to the very end. In other words, you're punished for playing a non-Japanese version. Also, the Japanese version's Easy difficulty, which ''still'' lets you complete the entire game and would've been the overseas versions' EasierThanEasy difficulty, is removed altogether.

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* BadExportForYou: ''3''. Not necessarily because of the [[DifficultyByRegion inflated difficulty]] itself, but because the lowest difficulty setting in the overseas versions, Easy, includes EasyModeMockery that cuts out the last two stages of the game, while the Japanese version's equivalent difficulty level, Normal, lets you play to the very end. In other words, you're punished for playing a non-Japanese version. Also, the Japanese version's Easy difficulty, which ''still'' lets you complete the entire game and would've been the overseas versions' EasierThanEasy difficulty, is removed altogether.
* FanTranslation: Of the Japanese version, [[http://www.romhacking.net/translations/1375/ courtesy of Twilight Translations]]. It exists because of the difficulty changes mentioned above, the [[CutAndPasteTranslation radically-altered storyline]] in the overseas versions, and the mysterious {{Palette Swap}}ping of the player characters.
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