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Double Dragon was a shocking game in its day (in the year of our Lord 1987). We fight through hordes of bad guys to rescue our girlfriend. The female characters had graduates from being princesses to just girlfriends. Which probably has more of an emotional response to modern day men than a princess does. Only to find the kidnapper is our brother. The horror! The shock!

Fast forward to 2012, and Majesco Entertainment has updated the franchise in the form of Double Dragon Neon. This Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 downloadable home console beat them up game stays true to the original in many ways. It also updates things to continue to be shocking. You can take that to the bank.

Graphically Double Dragon Neon is very shiny. The characters are bigger (no longer squat little guys and girls), the graphics are more detailed, and very realistic. This actually hurts Double Dragon Neon. The women of the night are bouncing all around and exposing themselves after enough punches/kicks to the gut.

Yes we beat up women in Double Dragon Neon. We also beat up men. The same looking characters over and over again. I got tired of having to pound the same guys over and over again. It got old. What makes it worse is the bad guys in Double Dragon Neon can take a beating. Taking them down is like going a few rounds with Anderson Silva.

The music in Double Dragon Neon makes me think of the arcade. I know I am not in the arcade, but it gives that feel. Which is neat. I almost think the martial arts sounds are a second layer of music. All of the sounds while my character punched and kicked the enemies. Their groan as they took damage, or my guy took damage would be like gongs to the second layer of music.

Two adult family members can work together in Double Dragon Neon to take down all of the bad guys. How does anyone get that many guys to take a beating for them? What is he paying them? The controls take some getting used to. I still feel even on the easiest setting the enemies are over powered. The monotony of Double Dragon Neon will get to you. I grew weary of beating down so many guys and gals so often.

Double Dragon Neon is a very strong 'T' for Teen title. The level of content makes it very close to a 'M' rating in my professional assessment. Families should put a few things down when considering Double Dragon Neon. The first one is the violence. The second is violence against women. The third is the sexual objectification of women.
- Mark


Graphics: 51%
Sound: 68%
Replay/Extras: 71%
Gameplay: 56%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%
System: Xbox 360/PS3
Publisher: Majesco Entertainment
Rating: ‘T’ - Teen
{Fantasy Violence, Partial Nudity, Suggestive Themes}

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