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consists of 23 releases.
Released Dec 20, 1992
A male recurring enemy wrestler from the Streets of Rage series. Resembles an old WWF wrestler.
Appears in story scenes only.
Axel Stone is the popular protagonist from SEGA's classic Streets of Rage series. He and Blaze are the only two characters to appear in all three games. His trademark uppercut is called the "Grand Upper", though sometimes confused to be saying "Grasshoppah!"
Disgruntled barman boss from Streets of Rage 2. An adept kicker.
Rotund fire-breathing male enemy from Streets of Rage.
Blaze Fielding is one of the female attractive playable characters in Sega's Streets of Rage franchise. She and her friends Axel Stone and Adam Hunter left the police force, becoming vigilantes hunting after Mr. X. Blaze and Axel are the only two characters to have been in all three games.
The fourth male boss of the original Streets of Rage. He later returned as a palette swap of Big Ben.
One of Streets of Rage's most common thugs. Wears nifty shades.
Sammy/Eddie "Skate" Hunter is a character from the Streets of Rage series. He is the kid brother of Adam from Streets of Rage 1 and first appears in Streets of Rage 2 to help Axel and Blaze look for his kidnapped brother.
Whip-swinging villainess from the Streets of Rage series.
male Motorbike-riding thugs from the Streets of Rage series. Named after weather conditions.
Galsia is the most common of the male thugs in all 3 Streets of Rage games.
A group of recurring martial artist enemies in Streets of Rage 2. Stronger than the average thug, but not as tough as the bosses.
Knife-wielding Streets of Rage sub-boss. He and his copies are named after snacks, oddly.
Jetpack-clad male boss from Streets of Rage 2. Returns infrequently as a tougher than normal enemy.
Ninja enemy from the Streets of Rage series.
A wrestler, who at the request of his friend Axel, joined the other Streets of Rage 2 protagonists in retrieving Adam.
Robot boss from Streets of Rage 2
The tommy gun-wielding crime syndicate boss who serves as the major antagonist of the Streets of Rage series.
Boxing male boss from Streets of Rage 2. Overweight but effective.
Streets of Rage 2's kickboxing grunt. He and his peers are all named after birds.
Streets of Rage 2's penultimate boss who returned as a boss and hidden character in the sequel. He is named after Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction. He can be played as a secret character in Streets of Rage 3.
Souther is the second boss of Streets of Rage. He returns in the sequel as the co-boss of level 6, as a palette swap of Zamza.
Stealth accompanies Souther at the end of stage 6 of Streets of Rage 2.
Y Signal is an Enemy in Streets of Rage 2. Y Signal is also the most common of the Signal Guys.
A male professional wrestler sub-boss in Streets of Rage 2.
Claw-clad, hyper agile Streets of Rage 2 boss.
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