Hah, so you thought the Streets of Rage had been cleaned up for good and could now be renamed Streets of Relative Serenity?!?
Guess again, soldier.
Following on from the events of Streets of Rage 2 (you remember: Adam gets kidnapped, etc., etc., etc.), the third and final instalment in the side-scrolling series finds crime boss Mr X up to his old tricks.
This time, however, he means business. Yup, he’s only gone and founded a scientific research company called RoboCy Corporation, with the intention of running the city remotely via an army of robo imposters.
Quick as a flash, Axel, Blaze, Skate, and Dr Zan establish their own little taskforce and begin whupping android ass all over the shop.
Rather interestingly, Streets of Rage 3 presents four different endings which are dependent on your playing style and shoe size.
Maybe not the latter, actually.
And just like its iOS predecessors, Streets of Rage 3 features Bluetooth multiplayer, albeit restricted to the latest generations of iDevices.