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Arcade Archives 64th. Street
  PS4Beat_em_upNA  
  opened by paleface at 20:12:28 09/19/22  
  last modified by paleface at 15:49:22 09/20/22  
  paleface [sys=PS4; cat=Beat_em_up; loc=NA]
           

 
Through the Options, then single-player through the modern emulation of a 1991 Jaleco arcade beat-em-up in Arcade Archives 6th. Street on PS4, as Allen!
 
Some delightfully quirky jank and really nice punching, throwing, and smashing guys into the background in Jaleco's 1991 quasi-USA-1930s gangster beat-em-up, despite a somewhat slow movement speed, but the bosses become the just-gonna-hit-u-a-lot type, although maybe that's to offset the l/r+buttons special move you could spam to break the rest of the game if only the input timing wasn't quite so fiddly. Came to the US PSN store, even though the story is in Japanese, and Wikipedia lists only a Japanese arcade release.
 
And according to Wikipedia, developed by C.P. Brain, whose name you can see on crates and a background or two.
 
Current rights holders City Connection are named after a Jaleco arcade game.
 
  paleface 15:49:22 09/20/22
           
Took me this long to realize that the drab colors were probably an attempt to look old-timey.
    

 
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