Streets of Rage 4 last week dropped a new DLC - Mr. X Nightmare. Games N Moorer's Joseph Moorer is a huge beat 'em up fan, so he wasted no time jumping into the game for a play session this weekend.
It's clear immediately that Joseph is a huge fan of Streets of Rage 4, ranting right out of the gate about how great the game is, and encouraging everyone that comments to buy it. He waxes enthusiastic about his favorite soundtrack song "Video Game Chicken" - before launching into a full rendition of the song about ten minutes into the stream. And of course, he beats a lot of people up - sometimes while playing as a kangaroo. As usual, Joseph runs through a series of levels and modes, giving viewers a good look at the DLC and all of the options it delivers.
Streets of Rage 4 is now available on Nintendo Switch, Xbox consoles, PlayStation Consoles, and PC. It is also available via Xbox Game Pass. The Mr. X Nightmare DLC retails for $7.99, but is currently on sale on some platforms.
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Howdy. My name is Eric Hauter, and I am a dad with a ton of kids. During my non-existent spare time, I like to play a wide variety of games, including JRPGs, strategy and action games (with the occasional trip into the black hole of MMOs). I am intrigued by the prospect of cloud gaming, and am often found poking around the cloud various platforms looking for fun and interesting stories. I was an early adopter of PSVR (I had one delivered on release day), and I’ve enjoyed trying out the variety of games that have released since day one. I've since added an Oculus Quest 2 to my headset collection. I’m intrigued by the possibilities presented by VR multi-player, and I try almost every multi-player game that gets released.
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