2D Arcade Brawler Fight’N Rage Launches Next Week

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oprainfall | Fight'N Rage


The brawl begins next week in the 2D arcade brawler, Fight’N Rage, when it lands on the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. The side-scrolling beat-em up developed by sebagamesdev is inspired by some of the classic fighting games of the ’90s. The game is coming out on September 26th for Switch owners, and September 27th for Xbox One players. The press release also oddly says it will be coming out on PS4 “anytime soon”. The game originally released on Steam. Here is the trailer:


Fight’N Rage mimics the simplicity of ’90s fighting classics (like FInal Fight, Battletoads and Captain Commando) from its simple three-button controls to its old-school visuals. It is set in a far off future where humans have been enslaved by mutants. However, the mutant leader will soon be challenged by a female kick-boxer named Gal, as she teams up with F. Norris (a mysterious ninja) and a minotaur-like rebel mutant known as Ricardo.

Fight’N Rage has lots of unlockables to earn, including costumes, new gameplay speeds and difficulty levels, cut scenes, and endings. The game has over 20 extra characters. There is also local co-op for up to three players, and friendly fire is optional. Players will find alternate paths, cut scenes, and endings, which depend on the character you chose and the decisions you have made.

Lastly, here are some screenshots:

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