A relative newcomer to the video game market, Craftshop Arts Inc, has launched their first console title, Mad Streets, on XBox consoles.
The game takes place on the campus of Gutsford University, where everyone’s studying for their degree in brutality. Enemies to watch out for belong to various cliques like Punks, Rich Kids, Jocks and Bouncers (or, if you’re really unlucky, a bear or three). In single-player mode you’ll be given objectives and missions that can only be completed by punching and kicking your way through them; in multiplayer your targets increase fourfold. Anything you see can be used as a weapon, including other fighters!
Mad Streets is best experienced with a friend, or preferably more than one. The ragdoll physics and ability to throw nearby objects will make for a crazy good time. Mad Streets is available now on XBox One and XBox Series S/X.
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