Double Dragon Neon Review (PSN)
by Antwand Pearman on September 19, 2012 at 03:00 AM EST

Double Dragon Neon Review

Return of the Beat’em Up

Double Dragon Neon Review

Double Dragon Neon
Publisher: Majesco
Devloper: Wayforward 
Platform: PSN, and  Xbox Live
Release Date: September 14th, 2012
Price: 800 MSP, $9.99 PSN
 
 
In this Double Dragon Neon Review GamerFitNation’s Antwand “BlackBible” Pearman and Karl Da Mayor gives there critique on the   highly anticipated side-scrolling beat ’em up. Thought retail for $9.99 Neon is now available on PlayStation®Network temporarily for free. It’s also available on the  Xbox LIVE®Arcade for the Xbox 360. Billy and Jimmy are back in action and more radical than ever, as they return to the streets to save their shared love interest Marian from a new foe, Skullmageddeon. Players pair up with their pals for local “bro-op” play, all while kneeing, punching, and high-fiving their way through new hyper-saturated worlds designed to take players from the mean streets to robo-riddled outer space. Billy and Jimmy aren’t alone, as long-standing foes Williams, Linda, and even the brick-busting Abobo try and stop them. Through the powers of magical mix-tapes (and the occasional high-five), our heroes  fighting-style masters are well equipped to crush any street scum in their path.

Final Score: Double Dragon Neon gets a 10 out of 10

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