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  • Summary: Raging Justice is a classic beat ’em up game of epic proportions, dragging the savage charm of the genre kicking and screaming into the 21st century.

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  1. May 22, 2018
    70
    The game revives the classic beat 'm up genre which makes this game a fun title for lovers of this particular type of game. If you like a your games to kick you in the teeth with a high level of difficulty, you can't go wrong with Raging Justice either. That being said, the game doesn't stand out enough in any particular area to make it an instant classic. Good fun if you like this genre.
  2. 70
    Erring on just the right side of trashy, Raging Justice doesn't break any significant new ground for the side-scrolling brawler but it succeeds as an entertaining effort all the same.
  3. May 8, 2018
    70
    Raging Justice is a good brawler that flies on the wings of nostalgia. It doesn't invent new mechanics for the genre, but it is a solid game. The graphics look very bizarre and maybe pre-renderend 3D models are not the right choice for this kind of game.
  4. May 8, 2018
    60
    Raging Justice is ridiculous fun which is, at its heart, just an updated version of Streets Of Rage. It’s dumb, entertaining and well made, even if it can be horrifically hard.
  5. May 16, 2018
    60
    A modest bill beat'em up.
  6. 60
    Raging Justice sticks closely to the formula created years ago, for better or worse. The additions of warrants is an interesting one, with challenges giving a reason to replay levels. The difficulty is set a little too high and the presentation leaves a lot to be desired but fans of the genre will probably get some enjoyment out of it.
  7. May 11, 2018
    50
    There’s so much wrong with Raging Justice that it’s easy to forget that it’s not completely unbearable. It’s an average romp through arcade-like levels and while the key gimmick doesn’t hit a home run, it at least is fitting with the theme. That said, this does sadly come off as a cheap imitator that misses the mark more often than not, and as I eluded to earlier, that hurts for me to say.

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  1. Positive: 1 out of 3
  2. Negative: 1 out of 3
  1. Jun 14, 2018
    10
    raging justice the fights are brutal the amount of weapons and axes and bottles you can smash someones skull with is great. the bosses areraging justice the fights are brutal the amount of weapons and axes and bottles you can smash someones skull with is great. the bosses are crazy expecially the whirling purple pimp who gets tired
    then you can lay into him with a barrage of kicks slams or smack him with your backpack
    this game dosent remind me of streets of rage or final fight it harkens back to the arcade days they had a game by Midway NARC you could bust criminals and use bazookas and blow enemy parts all over the screen. very good game the graphics and color are bright . its really about having fun couch coop. i got this game on psn so me and my son could get together and woop some a** and take some names great and fun dont listen to all whining pin headed puppets who dogg this game its worth a try 15 bucks psn
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  2. Sep 6, 2020
    7
    What do you get when you put Konami's Vendetta, Midway's Narc and Sega's Streets of Rage 2 in a blender? The answer is Raging Justice, aWhat do you get when you put Konami's Vendetta, Midway's Narc and Sega's Streets of Rage 2 in a blender? The answer is Raging Justice, a throwback beat 'em up that supports up to three players locally. Its tough arcade mode is packed with cartoony violent action and bonus objectives. Before the mayhem begins, you choose from three characters each with their own fighting style. In addition to using punches and kicks, you can pick up an assortment of weapons and use vehicles to mow enemies down. At certain times, you can also arrest bad guys to earn bonus health. Each level has their own mini-challenges. Aside from the arcade mode, there is also a Brawl mode that functions as horde/survival matches. Graphically, the game is impressive, although the art style is a bit ugly. Overall, this really feels like an actual 90's beat 'em up. It may not be very innovative, but fans of the genre should have a good time. I would rate this with a 7 out of 10. Expand
  3. Jul 29, 2020
    3
    The graphics look awful, like made out of play doh, or something out of the 90s kids show "Bump in the Night". Nothing looks appealing aboutThe graphics look awful, like made out of play doh, or something out of the 90s kids show "Bump in the Night". Nothing looks appealing about this game. I bought it thinking that you shouldn't judge a game by its cover but the whole game looks as dull and boring as the game cover. The game has arrest missions that you need to carry out but they're so awkward and unfun to perform. You can't simply avoid hitting ONE single enemy while hordes of other enemies that look IDENTICALLY like him are clogging the screen and attacking you constantly, and the only way to get rid of them is to attack them, but then you also attack the one you have to arrest and then he dies and you have to restart the whole level because of it. It's just annoying and the opposite of fun. Also, the UI is very generic, like an all capital letters font with metallic colors. I don't know what they were thinking with this game. I had to really push myself to finish it. Expand