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There's nothing wrong with retro-inspired projects and games that look to capture the feel and spirit of classics, in fact it's something we often share here at AusGamers. With Final Vendettaavailable now digitally on PC (Steam), Xbox, Switch, and PlayStation - and yeah, it's vibes are straight Final Fight. Capcom's classic arcade 'Beat 'em up' that first hit the seen in 1989.

There are of course a few shades of Streets of Rage too - with Final Vendetta featuring music by electronic dance duo Utah Saints. Here's the trailer.

Developed by Bitmap Bureau, the legendary development team that brought you retro-inspired cult classics Xeno Crisis and Battle Axe, Final Vendetta is the respected team’s next modern take on a beloved genre from the golden era. It comes complete with beautifully animated pixel art, challenging gameplay, and a 90s-inspired dance music soundtrack.

Playable either in solo or co-op mode, Final Vendetta pulls no punches with four different game modes spanning Arcade, where the objective is fight through six different locales, battling all bosses in Boss Rush, surviving hordes of enemies in Survival, not to mention player against player bouts in Versus.

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