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SoR - Blaze Fielding

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Have been playing Streets of Rage Remake recently (again), in the free time to kill boredom between study. As such, decided to make this piece.

Blaze Fielding from Streets of Rage, charging a Kikou Shou!

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Ah Wow! I Love your character and the lifeforce motion you gave her, great job!


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This looks like it could be cover art for an VHS box


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nice!



Not too bad, my good sir not too bad at all. Shading might be the only true issue, here. But, a remake of the game?? I have a well emulated version of SOR1 and SOR2. So who, by chance did that? Neo/Geo? Um, just asking as I am clueless here. email or respond here would be nice. Damn, that makes me curious. Also have to ask, going after SOR1/2 characters? Nice to see the tribute. Would do damn good for a trading card/card game like yugio(SP) I was a magic fiend for a bit, when younger.


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MidNightMaren responds:

This is a site dedicated to SoR. And here is a link for the game (quite big):
http://www.soronline.net/sorr_downloads.htm

The Remake actually has everything you can expect, the story elements, characters (even remakes of the Sprites from the first game), boss's and levels in only one game. Have fun!


Streets of rage? wow, after i saw that pic i started playing it... man, thats sure a awesome game!


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Jan 20, 2014 | 6:35 PM EST
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