Street Jam: The Rise

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291 reviews
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Mature 17+
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About this game

The circuit calls for a new king and you're ready to answer them! Will you overcome all odds and become the new ruler, chief of police, a gang leader, or end up six feet under?

Street Jam: The Rise is a violent 370,000 word interactive adult novel by Tevin Betts, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based-without graphics or sound effects-and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

In one of the biggest metropolises in the world, you are a new street fighter looking to hit it big, be it for cash, fame, or the cops. Choose from a variety of unique backgrounds and use your skills to rise from nothing to everything. There will be blood, death, and more…all surrounding you as you clear out club after club in this story, inspired by the criminally underrated Def Jam series.

Will you be an honorable and merciful fighter who wins with their skills? Or a murderous scheming cheater who wins by shooting up the streets? Or even an ambitious undercover officer who wins by using the police force? Your personality will affect your journey as much as your wins.

Find love or lust with over eleven characters, settle a rivalry that has been going on since elementary school, fight in several distinct styles, and change both the city and the circuit forever. Whatever you do, remember, actions always have consequences, no matter how small they may seem at first.

* Play as male, female, non-binary; cis or trans; gay, straight, asexual, or aromantic.
* Fight your way through rich, poor, crazy, wrestling, and karate clubs across the city.
* Fourteen unique backgrounds including military, detective, rapper, a sports star (with four distinct sports options), stripper, and more for unique experiences.
* Choose your proficiency in six different attributes including brute strength, intelligence, charisma and more to become a wrestler, martial artist, or another type of fighter.
* Use the police, your gang, money, or your own skills to defeat the brawlers and challenges in your way.
* Get with an experienced older woman, a hot and chilled out young man, a muscular amazon and more for love, or just fun.
* Settle a grudge that has been going on for years with a bloody vendetta or forgiveness.
Rock an entire city and become the biggest fighter in the entire world.
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Mar 26, 2022

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291 reviews
Nathan Miller
January 15, 2020
I bought it due to my nostalgia attached to the old Def Jam games, and was having fun with it for a while, but the longer I played the more frustrating it became. The beginning is undeniably a blast, and definitely scratched that Def Jam itch, but the latter part of the game can be frustrating especially if your a perfectionist like me. I've played through 3 times and still havent found a build capable of my perfect run. Still not a bad game, just frustrating at times.
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Joseph Pritchett
January 16, 2020
I played through more of the game, very unsatisfied, needs big improvements to the choices and the story gets weird, doesn't make much sense. It starts off normal and pretty straight forward, but somewhere along the line it gets weird out of nowhere. The developers need to make big changes to this game. I really like some of the other games but this is trash the way it is. Change the choices and outcomes of those choices, some fights seem impossible.
39 people found this review helpful
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Raw Wallace
January 13, 2020
Tried the game for a while, couldn't finish it. Restarted a couple of times to see what would change, nothing much. Thought it would be an intense game, my mistake. As I progressed through the story, it became worse and very far fetched. Choices don't matter and regardless what you do, it generally isn't good enough. Might try to play it next year when I forget how poorly it is. How this made it to market is beyond me. You should charge a dollar. VERY BAD!
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