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Tubular news, dudes and dudettes: Double Dragon Neon is out later today on Steam for Windows PCs, and it's got a righteous new addition: online co-op. It comes courtesy of the bodacious bods at Abstraction Games, while the original flashback beat-em-up was developed by Ducktales Remastered studio W...

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February 6, 2014 at 10:30AM
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Dave totally freaked out about Double Dragon Neon's soundtrack in his review, going as far as to deem it his favorite part of the game. It's true, the music has some real crunk beats. It's a mega jam of 80s happening hip, and we happen to think it's boss. So how radical is it that its composer, Jak...

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Developer WayForward Technologies has been able to carve out a niche for itself in the gaming industry through its careful reboots of select series. A Boy and His Blob, Contra 4, BloodRayne: Betrayal and now Double Dragon Neon show the developer's knack for paying respect to the source material, wh...

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If you're a PlayStation Plus member in North America, high five! Is what you'll do in Double Dragon Neon, which will be available to you tomorrow at no additional cost. Double Dragon Neon joins the "Instant Game Collection" when the PlayStation Store updates at some point, along with another recen...

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Double Dragon Neon, Wayforward's hilariously, garishly '80s-inspired brawler update, will bring Abobo to a new generation starting September 11, when publisher Majesco releases the game on PS3 in North America via PlayStation Network. The other half of the release date high five will take place the...

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The first time I laid my hands on Double Dragon Neon, I was not impressed. The bright '80s colors weren't doing it for me. The character models for protagonists Jimmy and Billy looked hunched and unnatural. Their attacks were stilted and limited. The enemy designs were silly and altogether over the...

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Somehow, when we weren't looking, Majesco got hold of the Double Dragon franchise, and then turned it over to its Bloodrayne Betrayal partner WayForward Technologies. The result is Double Dragon: Neon, a side-scrolling brawler in a totally '80s setting. This time, twins Billy and Jimmy Lee are figh...

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