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Submitted by shaneryanTB 738d ago | review

Double Dragon: Neon Review | Thunderbolt

Introduced to arcades in 1987, Double Dragon quickly became the standard for beat 'em ups everywhere. Pretty soon there were arcade games popping up left and right with identical siblings pounding hundreds of samey street thugs that had absconded off with their girlfriends. WayForward has taken a crack at remaking the classic series with mixed results, focusing on nostalgia more than thinking up ways to improve upon the formula.

[James Dewitt, Thunderbolt] (Double Dragon: Neon, PS3) 6/10

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