Double Dragon Neon (PS3) Reviews
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by - written on 13/02/13 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Double Dragon Neon, a downloadable game available on the Playstation Network and X-Box Live, is the latest title from the legendary beat-em-up series that started its life back in the arcades quarter of a century ago. I've been a big fan of the franchise since playing a port of the original on my humble Amstrad many moons ago. Yes in retrospect the CPC adaptation wasn't great, due to woefully slow animations and a lack of sound, but my friends and I loved its co-op play and the fact that it was one of the few games we could beat in an age were most games were notoriously difficult (my how times have changed.) My fondness for the series grew only further after playing the Read the complete review
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