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XBLA Today: Double Dragon II
Double Dragon II: Wander of the Dragons is now available on the Xbox Live Arcade thanks to a special Friday update. But take notice, Xbox gamer! Double Dragon II isn’t a sequel to last year’s WayForward-developed Double Dragon: Neon. Instead, it’s a remake of the 1980s arcade classic from Korean developer Gravity.
If that hasn’t dissuaded you from reaching for the download button, you might also like to know that Double Dragon II has been priced at 800 Microsoft Points ($10). You can also learn more about the game by reading this wonderfully written game description that may or may not be English:
This is a remake “Double Dragon II” a 80s game. 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. Also, characters are undressed from 80s style, and recreated with modern sexy and beautiful style that amaze you and feel never been experienced world before.
Take notice once again, Xbox gamer! “Undressed from 80s style” doesn’t mean the game is full of naked ninjas. That would be a… very different… type of game.
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