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Double Dragon: Neon
Double Dragon Neon is now available for PC through Steam. A reboot of the 1987 arcade original developed by WayForward Technologies, it is also available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 via their respective digital storefronts. The PC release supports local and online co-op, controllers, and various Steam community features. Grab it for $10. Thanks, […]
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