Double Dragon Needs A Next-Gen Reboot

Titles like Double Dragon, Cadillac and Dinosaurs, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Golden Axe were monster hits and have become classics in the beat ’em-up genre, but one in particular deserves a next-gen reboot.

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Celebrating Double Dragon’s 35th Anniversary

Creators share development stories on the genre-defining, co-op side-scrolling series, from collaborative two-player action to chaotic friendly fire.

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Neonridr750d ago

Double Dragon 2 was my personal favorite.

autobotdan750d ago

Double Dragon Advance was my personal favorite

Majin-vegeta750d ago

Can we let Dotemu make a new one

Knushwood Butt750d ago

Double Dragon 1 arcade is my favourite. It consumed a lot of my parents' money! Both Pounds and Francs.

'Accidental' friendly fire on my brother was always on the menu too!

Vanfernal750d ago

Being at my local pizzeria while the Double Dragon main theme played in the background is one of my fondest childhood memories.

Knightofelemia750d ago (Edited 750d ago )

When I was a kid every weekend after finishing pain in the ass school. I would always rent DD for the SMS always wished my SMS when I was a kid had the FM sound mod to it DD on SMS with the FM I like. I own DD on SMS now bought it dirt cheap in a game lot and I still love playing it. I wish my parents also bought me a NES when I was a kid so I could have enjoyed the other DD games. I played the DD fighting game on the SNES what a complete mess that game is good thing I rented it. Battletoads and DD was a decent game I enjoyed it on my SNES I have never played DD 2 or DD3 on the NES but they look interesting.

CosmicTurtle750d ago

2 plays better on the NES than in the arcade.

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Brawlers: Retrospective and Rebirth: Part One – The Rise

Brawlers were a popular genre both in the arcades and on home systems during the 8-bit and 16-bit eras. Due to games such as Streets of Rage 4 they are now enjoying a resurgence. So, prepare for fisticuffs as we go in swinging into part one, where we investigate their origins and their initial rise in popularity. Enjoy.

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Double Dragon Review | TheXboxHub

Jahanzeb writes: "Without any of the bells and whistles this is simply Double Dragon optimised for Xbox One. It certainly could have offered a whole lot more as a release, but the base NES game is still a strong and playable classic even in 2020. It may be a hard sell given the quality of other archive releases on Xbox One, but anyone hankering for the original granddaddy of beat ‘em ups will enjoy this trip down brawler lane."

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