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A male recurring enemy wrestler from the Streets of Rage series. Resembles an old WWF wrestler.
Adam Hunter, a male boxer, has good strength and jump technique but is slow. He only appears as a playable character in the first Streets of Rage game, but is the main reason for the plot line of Streets of Rage 2.
First boss of the original Streets of Rage. Throws a mean boomerang.
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 boss of the original Streets of Rage. He later returned as a palette swap of Big Ben.
A psychotic clown in Streets of Rage 3 who abuses Roo. Defeating him before defeating Roo will allow the player to control Roo.
Cherry is the daughter of Streets of Rage 1's Adam Hunter and niece of Eddie/Skate.
One of Streets of Rage's most common thugs. Wears nifty shades.
Dr Zan is a playable character in Streets of Rage 3. He uses his cyborg body to fight against the syndicate, which he was once part of. His most distinctive trait is his long arms, with which he can shock opponents from afar.
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.
A police officer who is a recurring boss in Streets of Rage 4. She sides with the protagonists after witnessing Mr. Y blow up a train without any regard for civilian life.
A police officer enemy in Streets of Rage 4.
Dr. Gilbert Zan's apprentice who lost both of his arms in an accident and had them replaced with cybernetics.
Galsia is the most common of the male thugs in all 3 Streets of Rage games.
A karateka enemy in Streets of Rage 4.
Jetpack-clad male boss from Streets of Rage 2. Returns infrequently as a tougher than normal enemy.
A bizarre cybernetic enemy in Streets of Rage 4.
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.
Son of the notorious Mr. X
The daughter of the notorious Mr. X.
Boxing male boss from Streets of Rage 2. Overweight but effective.
Boxing Kangaroo from Streets of Rage 3. Both a mini-boss & a hidden character.
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.
Soozie is one of the female members of the Syndicate in Streets of Rage 3. Known as "Garnet" in Japan.
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.
Female biker enemies in Streets of Rage 4.
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