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Double Dragon

Double Dragon (A2600) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Genre: Action
Developer: Activision


Staff Reviews

Double Dragon review

Reviewed July 21, 2004

Sho says: "You’ve got to give Activision credit for ignoring both the hardware’s obvious limitations and a dose of common sense to throw caution to the wind and attempt it anyway. Pity that you can’t give them credit for the game itself.
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Reader Reviews

Double Dragon review

Reviewed May 26, 2008

whelkman says: "Certain types of games are just totally inappropriate for certain platforms. Would you want to play Resident Evil on your Texas Instruments calculator? How about Doom on your NES? On the same token the thought of a Double Dragon port for the Atari 2600 is just plain bizarre. Double Dragon was a state of the art 1987 arcade game with three action buttons. The Atari 2600 was a dated and decaying console from 1977 with a single action button. Clearly there were going to be some porting problems. &#..."
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