History VideoGame / DoubleDragon

10th Apr '17 10:45:26 PM McJeff
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* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: The Cyclone Kick.

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* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: The Cyclone Kick. Also, the Mysterious Warrior has a move where he spins like a tornado with his arms outstretched. It does a ton of damage and sends you flying.
14th Mar '17 1:59:33 PM morenohijazo
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* UrbanHellscape: ''Videogame/DoubleDragon'' takes the same premise as ''Videogame/FinalFight'' but also adds in TheApunkalypse. Civilization has collapsed, making martial arts dojos the only law left in the world. Thus the twin brothers Billy and Jimmy Lee fight to clean up the streets of New York. In some version, however, Jimmy is also secretly the Shadow Boss that controls the most powerful gang in the world.
14th Feb '17 4:32:50 AM tropower
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* ''[[VideoGame/DoubleDragonNeon Double Dragon Neon]]'' (2012/2014, [=PS3=]/Xbox 360/PC): A self-satire of the series developed by WayForward.

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* ''[[VideoGame/DoubleDragonNeon Double Dragon Neon]]'' (2012/2014, [=PS3=]/Xbox 360/PC): A self-satire satire of the series developed by WayForward.
27th Jan '17 10:23:22 PM luisedgarf
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''Double Dragon'' was followed by two arcade sequels and numerous home versions for various platforms. The three NES versions (along with the first two Game Boy games and the SNES-exclusive installment) were actually developed by Technos themselves, while most of the other versions were licensed out and developed by other companies. The series died out after Technos went out of business in 1996 (long after the beat-'em-up boom ended), despite attempts to adapt it into a FightingGame format. The series was revived when Million Corp., a company founded by former Technos staff members, bought the IP. The IP was later bought, alongside other Technos properties by Creator/ArcSystemWorks. While the series is nowhere near as prevalent as it was back in the day, it still gets an occasional new game once in a while.

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''Double Dragon'' was followed by two arcade sequels and numerous home versions for various platforms. The three NES versions (along with the first two Game Boy games and the SNES-exclusive installment) were actually developed by Technos themselves, while most of the other versions were licensed out and developed by other companies. The series died out after Technos went out of business in 1996 (long after the beat-'em-up boom ended), despite attempts to adapt it into a FightingGame format. The series was revived when Million Corp., a company founded by former Technos staff members, bought the IP. rights. The IP rights was later bought, alongside other Technos properties by Creator/ArcSystemWorks. While the series is nowhere near as prevalent as it was back in the day, it still gets an occasional new game once in a while.
26th Dec '16 9:43:35 AM Unityd3v
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* ''[[VideoGame/DoubleDragon4 Double Dragon 4]]'' (2017, [=PS4=]/PC): A new Double Dragon game by ArcSystemWorks that features a retro art style reminiscent of the original NES and arcade games. Set after Double Dragon [=II=].

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* ''[[VideoGame/DoubleDragon4 ''[[VideoGame/DoubleDragonIV Double Dragon 4]]'' IV]]'' (2017, [=PS4=]/PC): A new Double Dragon game by ArcSystemWorks that features a retro art style reminiscent of the original NES and arcade games. Set after Double Dragon [=II=].
26th Dec '16 9:42:48 AM Unityd3v
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* ''[[VideoGame/DoubleDragon4 Double Dragon 4]]'' (2017 PlayStation 4/PC): A new Double Dragon game by ArcSystemWorks that features a retro art style reminiscent of the original NES and arcade games. Set after Double Dragon [=II=].

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* ''[[VideoGame/DoubleDragon4 Double Dragon 4]]'' (2017 PlayStation 4/PC): (2017, [=PS4=]/PC): A new Double Dragon game by ArcSystemWorks that features a retro art style reminiscent of the original NES and arcade games. Set after Double Dragon [=II=].
26th Dec '16 9:41:08 AM Unityd3v
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* ''[[VideoGame/DoubleDragon4 Double Dragon 4]]'' (2017 PlayStation 4/PC): A new Double Dragon game by ArcSystemWorks that features a retro art style reminiscent of the original NES and arcade games. Set after Double Dragon [=II=].
20th Dec '16 2:30:41 AM Morgenthaler
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** ''The Mysterious Warrior'', an [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin enigmatic]] figure introduced in the second NES game as the BigBad, appears in Double Dragon Advance as right-hand man to Willy. He is still BadAss, though.

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** ''The Mysterious Warrior'', an [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin enigmatic]] figure introduced in the second NES game as the BigBad, appears in Double Dragon Advance as right-hand man to Willy. He is still BadAss, badass, though.
14th Dec '16 5:06:09 AM umgogo
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** The second boss in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3'' is named Li Chenglong, a combination of Creator/BruceLee's surname and Jackie Chan's Chinese stage name (Cheng Long)

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** The second boss in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3'' is named Li Chenglong, a combination of Creator/BruceLee's surname and Jackie Chan's Chinese stage name (Cheng Long)Long).
** Patrick [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Dulton/Dalton]] in the 1995 fighting game was probably named after James Dalton, [[Creator/PatrickSwayze Patrick Swayze's]] character in [[Film/RoadHouse Road House]].
24th Sep '16 9:40:43 AM nombretomado
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** The second boss in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3'' is named Li Chenglong, a combination of BruceLee's surname and Jackie Chan's Chinese stage name (Cheng Long)

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** The second boss in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3'' is named Li Chenglong, a combination of BruceLee's Creator/BruceLee's surname and Jackie Chan's Chinese stage name (Cheng Long)
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