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Into week two of the new year and the PlayStation Network stream of content is steadily building for 2014, offering a new HD remake for the PlayStation 3, as well as a handful of smaller titles and even the PSOne Import of the Japanese fighting game, Double Dragon.
The weekend is finally upon us, which means it is once again time for gamers to take a gander at the latest batch of digital entertainment being made available for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U consoles. Warning: Sega 3D classics, martial arts-wielding brothers and a bunch of randomness lie ahead.
In an age when the streets are ruled by gangs and evil crimelords look to bring the city to its knees, the world can count on a pair of brothers with the guts and the wicked karate skills necessary to stand up for what’s right. And now that DotEmu has brought all three of the Double Dragon games to mobile platforms, fans the world over can join said brothers on their quest for justice.
WayForward Technologies is bringing classic side-scroller Double Dragon back from the dead. Double Dragon Neon is an Xbox Live Arcade and PSN reboot that adds a bit of 80s magic to the beat 'em up.
Games are getting remade all the time. Some people love it and some people hate it. Nevertheless, companies will remake classics as they see fit and here are a few that could use some of the remake treatment for today's standards.
It’s kind of hard to come up with a top ten best beat ‘em up games of all time because so many people have a different perspective of what a beat ‘em up actually is.
At my old age of 25, I happen to remember some of the video game cartoons of MY generation, too, and I’ve compiled them below. And sorry, Link, all the, “Well, excuuuuuse me, Princess’” in the world couldn’t get you on this list. Your show was absolutely TERRIBLE!