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The Warriors, Rockstar's classic adaptation of the cult film, available now for PS4

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Magic. Whole lotta magic.

The Warriors, Rockstar Games' 2005 adaptation of the 1979 cult film, is now available on PlayStation 4 through the PlayStation Store.

This is not a remaster, but the game — originally launched on PlayStation 2 and Xbox — has full 1080p upscaling, and support for trophies, Remote Play and Share Play. The game was made available for PlayStation 3 over PSN back in 2013.

The Warriors on PS4 is $14.99.

The Warriors is both a prelude and an epilogue to Walter Hill's beloved adventure, recreating key encounters of a New York gang's battle through hostile turf, while embellishing the characters' personality and the context surrounding the film's main story.

The Warriors combines beat-em-up combo gameplay and an action-adventure narrative, with some limited open-world features. Players control various members of the game's namesake gang as they wreck rivals like the Moonrunners, the Baseball Furies and the Turnbull ACs; steal car stereos and loot jewelry stores in the ungovernable, Ed Koch-era New York City; and face down David Patrick Kelly at Coney Island in a recreation of the film's unforgettable finale. The original score by Barry Vorzon, and Joe Walsh's "In the City," also features in the game.