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Streets of Rage 4 Trophy List Hints at the Reappearance of an Old Friend

The newest Streets of Rage recreation is on the horizon, and the truth that it’s multiplatform signifies that the completely different trophies you’ll be able to earn would possibly reveal secrets and techniques in regards to the title. Now that the Streets of Rage 4 trophy listing has appeared on Exophase, particulars about bosses and folks we’ll meet are right here. One of them is an outdated good friend folks haven’t seen since Streets of Rage 2.

Editor’s Note: There might be Streets of Rage 4 spoilers under.

Streets of Rage 4 Trophy List Hints at the Reappearance of an Old Friend

Based on the Streets of Rage 4 trophy listing, it appears Streets of Rage 2’s Max might be once more making a cameo within the recreation. This time, it looks as if he’ll solely be a boss. The trophy related to him is a silver one known as “Snap Out of It.” Its description particularly states, “Beat possessed Max.” However, this decreased position wouldn’t be uncommon for him, as Max was solely playable within the second recreation and solely briefly appeared in Streets of Rage 3 as an unplayable character.

Here is the complete Streets of Rage 4 trophy listing. It additionally reveals “retro levels” will seem within the recreation.

  • My Work Here is Done – Obtained all trophies – Platinum
  • All Clear: Axel – Clear all levels in single-player mode as Axel – Silver
  • All Clear: Blaze – Clear all levels in single-player mode as Blaze – Silver
  • All Clear: Cherry – Clear all levels in single-player mode as Cherry – Silver
  • All Clear: Floyd – Clear all levels in single-player mode as Floyd – Silver
  • All Clear: Adam – Clear all levels in single-player mode as Adam – Silver
  • All Clear: SOR1 – Clear all levels in single-player mode with a “SOR1” character – Silver
  • “All Clear: SOR2 – Clear all stages in single-player mode with a “SOR2” character – Silver
  • “All Clear: SOR3 – Clear all stages in single-player mode with a “SOR3” character – Silver
  • Throwback – Discover a retro stage – Bronze
  • Miss Me? – Meet Adam – Bronze
  • Dojo Master – Beat Shiva – Bronze
  • Snap Out of It – Beat possessed Max – Silver
  • Old-Schooled – Beat Mr. and Ms. Y – Silver
  • Stage Mastery – Get an S-Rank on any stage – Silver
  • Perfect – Complete a stage with out taking harm – Silver
  • Maniac – Get an S-Rank on all levels on Hard issue or larger – Gold
  • All too Easy – Complete a stage on Mania issue – Silver
  • Combo Pro – Achieve a “Super!” combo – Bronze
  • Combo Expert – Achieve an “Amazing!!” combo – Bronze
  • Combo Master – Achieve an “Out of this world!!!” combo – Silver
  • 100 Yen – Clear the Arcade mode on Hard issue or larger – Gold
  • Bleeding Knuckles – Reach a lifetime rating of 5,000,000 – Gold
  • Oops – Hit an ally – Bronze
  • Birth of the Cool – Catch a weapon within the air – Bronze
  • Eating off the Ground – Consume a therapeutic merchandise – Bronze
  • This is Wood Oak City!!! – Kill an enemy by tossing them in a gap – Bronze
  • Life’s a Struggle – Free your self from a seize – Bronze
  • It’s Chilly in Here – Break each elevator window panes – Bronze
  • Family Reunion – Get the Golden Chicken from the artwork gallery to the inventory room – Silver
  • Somebody Call the Cops – Call the police with a Streets of Rage 1 character – Bronze
  • Dude, My Car! – Break the automobile in The Streets – Bronze
  • Wasted Wine – Break a wine bottle – Bronze
  • Walk on Foot – Destroy all bikes – Bronze
  • Demolition Man – Use a wrecking ball to kill an enemy – Bronze
  • Collateral Damage – Use a barrel or grenade explosion to kill Three enemies on the identical time – Bronze
  • An Elegant Death – Use a chandelier to kill an enemy – Bronze
  • Broke My Toy – Break a spear – Bronze

Streets of Rage 4 will come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in Spring 2020, with Limited Run dealing with bodily copies. Unfortunately, Hideki Naganuma is now not creating music for its soundtrack.

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