The Warriors Video GameTwo video games based on The Warriors have been released. The first, and more successful game, was developed by Rockstar Games (of GTA fame) in 2005 for the XBOX and PS2 which was designed as a 3D mission-based brawling game. This was later adapted for the PSP.

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Use the buttons below to get more information about the game. The preview contains many videos including trailers, gameplay clips and an interview with Rockstar Games. For a detailed review of the game and over 100 screenshots, click on the review button. We also have a large number of cheats just in case you are stuck on a particularly tricky level!


Review

Read our in-depth review of Rockstar’s video game from 2005 featuring dozens of screen shots.

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Preview

Sneak peak of the game during its development after visiting Rockstar Games in London.

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Cheats

Get help with our cheat codes for the XBOX and PS2 versions of the video game.

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The Warriors: Street Brawl

The Warriors Street Brawl Video GameIn 2009, The Warriors: Street Brawl, a download-only game developed by CTXN was released by Paramount Digital Entertainment. The game is only available for download through the Playstation Network and XBOX Live Arcade. It is similar to Streets of Rage in that it is a side-scrolling beat-em-up game, but with 3-D style graphics. In some ways, it is similar to the arcade mode in Rockstar’s game. The game did not receive very positive reviews when it was released with many review stating that the game is too simple and too boring. The graphics were also cited as being poor for current-generation gaming. The Warriors: Street Brawl follows the Warriors as they battle their way home through enemy territory. It doesn’t feature all the Warriors gang members and is not entirely true to the story of the movie. It is a simple beat-em-up with power-ups and collectible weapons. Unlike Rockstar’s game, it features no missions.