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Game #1263
Wild Streets    View all Real Dogs in this genre
Action   Beat em-up

Rating: 6.17 (28 votes)

Wild Streets box cover

Wild Streets screenshot
Wild Streets is an average side-scrolling arcade game-- no more, no less. Characters are cardboard cutouts, graphics is below average, and fight animations are unconvincing. The hero (a cop in this case) only has 2 fighting moves-- punching and kicking, and repetitive scenery makes the game boring very fast. The game's only saving grace is the panther, which is your sidekick, and can help you out in tough spots. Actually, its claws seem to be much more powerful than your attacks, so the game becomes an easy affair of evading tougher enemies to let your panther take care of them. Titus is never known for excellent games, but with uninspired graphics, lack of variety, and hordes of same enemies over and over, Wild Streets is one of their worst.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Unknown
Developer: Titus
Publisher: Titus
Year: 1990
Software Copyright: Titus
Theme: Organized Forces
Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Tough Guy, Fist Fight, Bad Dudes

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