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Double Dragon: Neon

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Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/11/2012
EU
09/19/2012
JP
12/12/2013
AU
09/30/2012

Staff Reviews

Double Dragon: Neon review (Xbox 360)

Reviewed January 05, 2013

Gary Hartley says: "Too many of the several thousand reboots and homages sent out into the market seem to go out of their way to impress upon everyone how much serious god damn business it is to celebrate the achievements of yesteryear. Neon does it better than most, because it's not happy to trudge down the same old track and then claim it was held back out of misguided respect; it has its own way of doing things."
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