Play as hero or villain in intense arena combat: can you unlock all 44 fighters?
River City Ransom: Underground is a beat’em action game made by Conatus Creative Inc. This modern take on an old classic features over 500 unique street fighting moves, dozens of weapons, secrets galore, and a bonus arena fighting mode. Many years after vanquishing Slick on the school rooftop, Alex and Ryan must take to the streets again. Help a new crop of fighters defeat the hordes of River City, and clear their name in a sinister kidnapping plot. Unlock 10 playable heroes in the story campaign, each with their own fighting style. You’ll earn money, unlock moves, and upgrade your skills in a sprawling city on the brink of total chaos. One of the best beat’em ups of the NES era is back!
|Release Date: 28 February, 2017|
Developer: Conatus Creative Inc.
Publisher: Conatus Creative Inc.
Genre: Action, Indie, Fighting
River City Ransom: Underground
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 7 64
- Online co-op and arena death match for up to 4 players
- 22 shops to upgrade your characters
- A new chapter in the River City universe
- Arena multiplayer combat mode features team selection, modifier modes, and CPU partners
- Unlock 10 playable heroes in the story campaign, each with their own fighting style
- Play as hero or villain in intense arena combat: can you unlock all 44 fighters?
- 140 levels to explore, complete with hazards and secrets
River City Ransom: Underground Trailer
River City Ransom: Underground Review
River City Ransom: Underground is the Spiritual Successor of a very nice NES Game which was one the first Beat'em ups. This game allows you to beat the crap out of pants-less highschool wrestler jocks. Serves as a perfect answer to any of us who need to enact a good highschool revenge fantasy. So far so good, it truly feels like a reboot from it's previous NES game, enjoyable to play with a controller and the sounds make it really feel like you've traveled back to the 80's. It's a brilliant feeling. It has been 28 years since the first River City Ransom title on the NES and I have to wonder why it took so long to see a sequel like this come out on any platform. Grab it and see you around to smash some faces!