Majesco Entertainment is bringing
Double Dragon Neon
to Windows PCs via Steam
during the first quarter
of this year, offering a new co-op mode not offered in the console editions of
the fighting game sequel. Here's a bit from a press release on
Billy and Jimmy Lee are back in Double Dragon: Neon, a reboot
of the classic side-scrolling beat-em-up that is coming to Windows PC via Steam.
To mark the occasion, developer Abstraction has gone back to the dojo and
returned with an all-new online co-op mode for the true Double Dragon experience
players have been waiting for. While taking down the Shadow Warriors and facing
off with Skullmageddeon, co-op players can 'high-five' to share health, 'psych'
up their comrades for special moves and revive their fallen partner. Keep an eye
on your surroundings to discover life-restoring sodas, peruse the shop for items
and find special mix tapes. The tapes can be stacked to pump up their effects,
while playing two tapes at once creates a fusion of powers for devastating