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Submitted by TrendyGamers 1035d ago | review

Double Dragon: Neon Review | Trendy Gamers

Following in their trend of revisiting old franchises, such as Contra and A Boy And His Blob, WayForward Technologies has released Double Dragon Neon on PSN and XBLA. If you’re familiar with Double Dragon, that’s great, because this game is essentially a reboot of the series. For those uninitiated, it’s a side-scrolling beat-em-up where up to two players take control of the Lee brothers, Billy and Jimmy, and use martial arts to save Billy’s girlfriend. In short, it’s an homage to old kung-fu B-movies and Bruce Lee.

- Trendy Gamers (Double Dragon: Neon, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

Relientk77  +   1035d ago
I played the demo, it was ok.
Sephris  +   1035d ago
Double Dragon will never really be that cool until you can get it to work with things like the Kinect. Beat up your friends through the safety of a TV screen. :)
Der_Kommandant  +   1035d ago
The game is a mess
rolandfurious  +   1035d ago
Well, I wouldn't go that far, but it's definitely hovering around "Extremely Mediocre" for me.

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