Dish out moveable vengeance in Double Dragon II: The Revenge on Nintendo Change
The most recent addition to Hamster’s Arcade Archive assortment encompasses a model that everyone knows very properly certainly. Even when the unique video games are sort of a large chore to play by at the moment, (do not get mad at me until you’ve got performed Double Dragon in any respect just lately), the Double Dragon title is synonymous with retro gaming.
Double Dragon II: The Revenge is the 1988 sequel to the earlier 12 months’s road brawling traditional. Rushed out to arcades to capitalise on the unique recreation’s success, The Revenge is an nearly equivalent recreation, save for some weird artwork choices to make it seem like it is set in a hi-tech future.
As soon as once more, heroes Billy and Jimmy take to the streets, to not save their pal Marian, however to avenge her, as she is (fairly shockingly for the day) shot to ribbons within the recreation’s introduction. As soon as once more one or two gamers battle by some jankily-scrolling phases, getting trapped in hit-stun and falling off of scaffolding. “New” weapons are primarily reskins of the previous ones, and the identical goes for a lot of enemies.
In the event you fancy doling out a little bit of the previous ultra-violence, then Double Dragon II: The Revenge is accessible now on Nintendo Change, priced at round $8.