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Double Dragon: Neon - xbox360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the action and story are overall positive. The graphics and value for money also get good feedback, whereas many are less positive about the reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Double Dragon: Neon - xbox360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Double Dragon: Neon Review

 

Don't brofist me, bro.

Music is badass; Graphically sharp; Okay $10 price

Grinding is necessary and boring; Voice acting is not even fun-cheesy; Fighting gets old quickly

It's the grinding that honestly made this game more of a chore for me than an enjoyment. If you need that old-school fix, there are better ways to do it on both PSN and XBLA, and you can just download and listen to the songs through your iPod or...

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Double Dragon: Neon

 

Last year around this time I was raving about WayForward's brilliant BloodRayne: Betrayal, a fresh take on an otherwise middling action franchise. I loved it, but was shocked to discover that many of my fellow critics hated every second of it. The same...

Double Dragon: Neon is either another must-own game from WayForward or the worst game of the year; it all depends on who you ask. Despite the lack of online play and a few repetitive moments, I was won over by Neon's charm. The 1980s are alive and well...

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Double Dragon: Neon Review

 

You know how some nerds get all overexcited about a Battlestar Galactica appearance at a convention, or queue for hours to get a comic book signed by an artist who you've never heard of, or go to midnight screenings of Joss Whedon's stuff? It's all...

Beat-boxing and breakdancing in the blood soaked streets.

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Double Dragon: Neon Review

 

Double Dragon Neon revitalizes the classic franchise, but a few missteps derail the silly fun.

Goofy atmosphere with amusing jokes ; Defensive mechanics reward skilled players ; Passive and special abilities allow for smart customization

Tedious grinding in harder difficulties ; No online co-op

Double Dragon Neon is a good update to the arcade classic precisely because it's not handcuffed to what the original started. By shifting the tone from serious to crazy and making the combat system rewarding for the most dedicated players, this is a...

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Double Dragon: Neon Review

 

Double Dragon is back by way of Way Forward, but how well has the beat-'em-up classic aged after 25 years?

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Double Dragon: Neon

 

When I first saw Double Dragon: Neon in previews, I really wasn't too excited about it. I enjoyed the original DD arcade games, but the NES entries didn't do much for me, and the usage of the name in a crappy movie and show many moons ago didn't...

The soundtrack is outstanding and is basically a love letter to both gaming and the '80s as a whole. Level 2's music is '80s cheese to the max with some great early '90s totally radical tunes mixed into the soundtrack as well. There are 45 songs in the...

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Double Dragon Neon review

 

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The bottom line is that Double Dragon Neon does more wrong than right. The short length, frustratingly outdated gameplay mechanics and annoying characters greatly deter an otherwise decent 3D recreation of a classic arcade game. However, if you are...

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Double Dragon: Neon Review

 

Billy and Jimmy return in this hard-as-nails brawler. Does the nostalgia carry it through?

Game is drenched in nostalgia ; Co-op is fun ; Graphics look bright and colorful

Nostalgia is lost on some ; Archaic checkpoint system ; Getting caught in animations ; Difficulty hurdles

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Double Dragon: Neon Review

 

Double Dragon Neon revitalizes the classic franchise, but a few missteps derail the silly fun.

Goofy atmosphere with amusing jokes ; Defensive mechanics reward skilled players ; Passive and special abilities allow for smart customization

Tedious grinding in harder difficulties ; No online co-op

Double Dragon Neon is a good update to the arcade classic precisely because it's not handcuffed to what the original started. By shifting the tone from serious to crazy and making the combat system rewarding for the most dedicated players, this is a...

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