New Trailer For SLUG STREET SCRAPPERS 3!
The new trailer for Slug Street Scrappers 3: Beat Em Up has finally arrived. It will be the third and last of a popular webseries that originally began production in 2010, and were originally written for four episodes in a collaboration between Whirlwind Action and Dragon Phoenix Entertainment.
Synopsis: Bruiser Bom-Bash, a man who holds the coveted Scrapper title of, “Toughest in Town”, is well-known on Slug Street…and well-loathed. He is particularly hated by former title-holder, Peaches Powers (who also happens to be his ex-girlfriend). To this day, Peaches has never learned why she was dumped by Bruiser, and has never forgiven him for it. But, when new facts about the purpose of the Slug Street Scrappers come to light, her plans for revenge become a little more… complicated.”
The finale will take place before and after “Slug Street Scrappers” and the sequel “Slug Street Scrappers 2: Rise of Ryuken”, and will star Shaun Charney, Katelyn Brooke, Micah “Kwonkicker” Brock, Anna Ranoso, Tess Kielhamer, Dominic Sherman, Andy Le, Brian Le, Mari Saito, Rocky Chavez, Maggie Clarke, Narayana Cabral & Mason Sharrow.
The webseries is an inspired take on classic “beat ’em up” genre fighting games of the early-to-mid 90’s such as Streets Of Rage, Bare Knuckle and Tekken, with some choreography paying homage to films like Ong Bak (2003). The story features a colorful cast of characters, each with their own story arc, who are gathered together for a unique competition held under the supervision of a mysterious character known as “The Revered One” to test each other’s fighting capabilities to see who will win the ultimate title of “toughest in town”.
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