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    The Video Game of Legend Returns!!!

    “Double Dragon,” the ground-breaking horizontal-scrolling action game with its legion of loyal arcade- and console-versions fans, returns! Better, meaner, and right in the palm of your hand with
    this original app for the iPhone and iPod Touch!!! This “Double Dragon” includes a host of new original features just right for the iPhone—a sleeker look to the venerated “Double Dragon” world, new characters, dazzling combo attacks, and sumptuous sound. And it’s so easy to play, thanks to the no-sweat operation the iPhone and iPod Touch provide. Experience a legendary favorite for the first time with this tour de force of gaming, sure to please loyal “Double Dragon” fans and curious newcomers alike. ***** THE STORY ***** It all started five years ago...nuclear war set the world ablaze. All civilization, any semblance of social order, lay in ruin. And New York, in this nightmare necropolis of the future, was no different. In an out-of-the-way corner of this urban pit lived two twin brothers. Their names? Billy and Jimmy Lee. Then one day, reality got even worse... A letter arrived at the kung-fu dojo, run by the brothers Lee. “If you ever hope to have Marian back with you again, bring us the Scrolls of the Sosetsu Arts. Best regards, The Black Warriors” “The Black Warriors...!” Yes. The greatest crime syndicate in New York, organized by cold-blooded criminal genius...Willy. “Marian...Hang in there....” “You will be saved…I swear on the very bond that fuses our fates as one!” The battle of these twin brothers’ lives is about to begin…. ****************************** SPECIAL APP FEATURES - Enhanced “Double Dragon” for the iPhone/iPod Touch! While remaining faithful to the original, this title is completely customized for use on the iPhone, offering new forms of combat, characters, graphics, and music, to name just a few. - Pulse-Pounding 2D Battle Action Experience the responsive touch screen operation that sucks you right into the action! Deliver combo attacks or “Limit Breaks” to dominate your opponents! - Simultaneous Bluetooth Game Play Team up to combat against the enemy in cooperative battles! Battle alongside another player via Bluetooth against the enemy onslaught!!! - Your Choice of Two Game Play Modes Select either the Easy or “Double Dragon” Mode controller option. Savor the command method best suited to how you decide to enjoy the game. - Content Sure to Content Your Every Desire In addition to Billy and Jimmy Lee, you can play through the game with any character from enemies to bosses to hidden characters! Choose from an old favorite or new face to enjoy the fun! - Score Rankings Check the Ranking Mode that links you to the GameCenter application. Compete with your friends to post as many high scores as you can! Be the first to get the latest “Double Dragon” news! Facebook: Twitter : Collapse
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 13
  2. Negative: 0 out of 13
  1. Apr 1, 2011
    If the developer can sort out the Game Center and control overlay problems, I really wouldn't have anything to complain about with Double Dragon.
  2. Mar 7, 2011
    For some, the changes to Double Dragon might be enough to consider it anathema, but the updated gameplay, graphics and unlockable features adds a depth not available in the original while still remaining faithful to its roots.
  3. Mar 10, 2011
    It's still a great re-imaging of one of the most beloved beat-em-ups of all time. The nostalgia alone is worth four bucks, so if you grew up with Double Dragon or just love a quality beat-em-up, don't hesitate to make this a part of your collection.
  4. Mar 10, 2011
    The scroll-fighting action is pretty solid, the redone graphics and music are excellent, and the numerous unlockables and modes will keep you coming back -- but it all involves getting past that initial control barrier first.
  5. Sep 20, 2013
    This faithful and worthwhile update of the original Double Dragon is an excellent blast from the past.
  6. Mar 17, 2011
    The learning curve on the controls is steep and is going to turn away anyone that dislikes virtual controls right form the start.
  7. Mar 10, 2011
    Double Dragon is better than expected, but the virtual controls still need work. Though movement works fine, too many kicks and jumps failed from wonky buttons. If those were cleared up – and the control positioning was changed – Double Dragon would be worth another look.

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