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Fan Mod Adds Double Dragon II Bosses Everywhere

The original Double Dragon II was not all that easy to beat.  To add to the complications in beating this brawler, you did not see the whole game if you played on an easier difficulty.  This was cool for the hardcore players but also kind of a rip off to those that were not quite […]

Retro Game of the Month – River City Ransom (NES)

This month marks the 1990 US release of one of the greatest 8-bit titles ever conceived on the venerable NES.  We’ve got some classic gaming magazine ads to offer for your enjoyment as we celebrate River City Ransom’s twenty-fourth birthday!

Bandit Gaming: Block Out Beta Released on Nintendo Entertainment System

This post was originally published on Gaming on Nintendo on September 22nd, 2013: When gaming was still coming out of the ether and trying to figure out what it is really all about (this is after an initial failure in the mid 1980’s). Gaming was unique back then, we didn’t have billion dollar sellers, we […]

Fan Translation: Dragon Knife, a Double Dragon Clone, Released for the Nintendo NES

To say that Double Dragon was a popular might be a slight understatement. This title nearly single handedly set off the brawler genre by setting standards that games continue to use today. With great success comes many clones and copy cats, Dragon Knife being one such game out of China that recently got an unofficial […]

Renegade Invades Wii U and Nintendo 3DS Virtual Consoles

Renegade, the classic arcade brawler that has a technological prequel to Double Dragon, is now available on the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS Virtual Consoles. While not remembered as the best brawler, Renegade did spawn a few unofficial sequels, was ported to several platforms and has a certain charm in its simplicity.


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