We're circumspect that a console do-over of Double Dragon could have the same appeal as the quarter-sucking vacuum cleaner that lined arcade walls in the 1980s. The air-guitaring at a stage's end seems to be a bit much. But Double Dragon Neon will get its shot anyway come Sept. 11. Majesco said the game releases that day on PlayStation Network and then Sept. 12 on Xbox Live Arcade. Price is $US9.99/800 Microsoft points.
Double Dragon's High-Def Throwback Headbutts Into Consoles In September
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