Double Dragon: Neon goes gold, new screens show dragon summoning skills

By Dave Cook, Friday, 7 September 2012 08:15 GMT

Double Dragon: Neon is a reboot of the 1987 arcade original developed by masters of all things retro WayForward Technologies, and it’s just gone gold. The game has reportedly gone gold for its 11th September launch on PSN and 12th September on XBLA. PS Plus members can also get it for free from the 12th.

The studio has revealed a new batch of screens to mark the occasion, and we’ve chucked in the most recent trailer too. Enjoy.

Thanks Gaming Age.

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