Side-scrolling beat 'em up Double Dragon II: Wander of the Dragons, a 3D remake based on the arcade version of Double Dragon 2: The Revenge, is now available to download on Xbox LIVE for 800 Microsoft Points ($9.99).
The story line takes same as original game story. However, the graphic, character, action, system etc. are change. Also we are including new stage and enemy in the game. The player will be addicted to new version of Double Dragon II.
Double Dragon Neon, the eighties themed arcade brawler series, is now available to download from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace for 800 Microsoft Points ($10).
Billy and Jimmy Lee are back to save their shared love interest, Marian from the evil Skullmageddon across 16 brawling levels filled with elaborate missions, malicious enemies and over-the-top battles. Trained by their sensei in a special form of martial arts, Billy and Jimmy are equipped with lethal combat skills and weaponry to bust some faces and battle the baddest goons around as they journey across the galaxy to rescue the love of their lives.
Majesco Entertainment today announced that Double Dragon: Neon, a far from standard retro remake in the works at WayForward, will be coming to the Xbox LIVE Arcade on September 12 for 800 Microsoft Points ($10) and via PlayStation Network on September 11 for $9.99.
Supporting co-op play via Xbox LIVE and PSN, Double Dragon: Neon features original characters Billy and Jimmy Lee as they clear the streets of thugs on their way to save Marian from Skullmageddo. Check out some gameplay from the upcoming game, with this gameplay trailer.
Majesco Entertainment today announced that it will be releasing Double Dragon: Neon as a digital download via Xbox LIVE for Xbox 360 and the PlayStation Network for PS3.
Double Dragon: Neon features original characters Billy and Jimmy Lee as they clear the streets of thugs on their way to save Marian from Skullmageddo. Check out some gameplay from the upcoming game, in this the official announcement trailer.
"Double Dragon: Neon is far from a standard retro remake,” said Sean Velasco, Director, WayForward. “It’s WayForward’s love letter to the decade that spawned the franchise - the music, the style, and culture of the 80’s pulse through the nucleus of Double Dragon: Neon. But don’t think this is a simple graphical facelift; with our innovative ‘mix tape’ level up system and power-up high-fives, we pushed it to the limit!”
A few screenshots have also been released. You can check them out below:
The Lost E3 Interview! GamePro speaks with Shane Kim about the possibilities of Metal Gear Solid 4 landing on the Xbox 360, plus Microsoft's plans (if any) for acquiring more game studios.
GamePro: Microsoft showed off a ton of games during the E3 press briefing. The one question I walked away with was, how do I as a gamer prioritize the game line up?
Shane Kim: It's great that people think about it in terms of wish lists, and if you ask 10 different people, you're going to get 10 different wish lists. This is the point we we're trying to make: We didn't have a bunch of new titles, but the briefing was about showing people that [the games are] right here and right now.
The big significant third-party title of any consequence that isn't on the Xbox 360 is Metal Gear Solid 4, and Konami even said "Who knows, maybe that'll happen."
So are you feeling bullish on [getting Metal Gear Solid 4 on the Xbox 360]?
SK: Well we're certainly feeling bullish about third-party support in general. If you look at it from an economic standpoint, third parties have to support more than one platform. That's their business model. Titles are just getting way too expensive. How much do you think that Konami is spending on MGS4? So economically they've got to leverage that the best that they can. So it's really up to the first parties to create the content that's going to differentiate the platforms and that's where we think we have the competitive advantage.
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For those who have been keeping up with the Xbox Live Chart Activity, we have some more updates for you guys. As usual we have the top ten games played over the original Xbox Live, the new Xbox Live, and the most downloaded games from the Xbox Live arcade.
No surprises here for the top three games being played over Xbox Live. We still have the trinity of
Gears of War
Halo 3 Beta on top.
Aegis Wing has been bumped off the list as the Hour of Victory Demo joins the top ten. The most downloaded games over Xbox Live Arcade has Pac-Man C.E., Madtracks, and Worms taking the first, second, and third slots, knocking down Double Dragon, XEVIOUS, and Rush n' Attack.
Not much has really changed with regards to the top ten games in both the original and new Xbox Live with the games just moving around a bit. XBLA is bit more varied considering how many games are added into the list regularly.
Without further adieu, here are the top ten lists for all three divisions.
Xbox 360 Top Live Titles:
Gears of War
Halo 3 Beta
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas
Guitar Hero II
Forza Motorsport 2
Hour of Victory Demo
Call Of Duty 3
Top Arcade Titles:
TMNT 1989 Arcade
3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures
Original Xbox Top Live Games:
Battlefield 2: MC
Star Wars: Battlfrnt 2
Call of Duty 3
Madden NFL 07
Rainbow Six 3 BA
Rainbow Six 3