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Double Dragon: Neon now kicking butt on Steam

Adds radicool online co-op.

WayForward Technology's Double Dragon reboot, Double Dragon: Neon, has launched on PC via Steam for £7.99 / $10.

This port by Abstraction Games adds one major addition to the retro brawler: online co-op. After all, common knowledge dictates that when beating up thugs to save your kidnapped girlfriend, it's best to stick to the buddy system.

This is not WayForward's first foray into renovating old classics as the studio was also responsible for such remakes as DuckTales: Remastered and the 2009 Wii rendition of A Boy and His Blob.

Double Dragon: Neon premiered last September on XBLA and PSN. See how cowabunga it looks in the Steam launch trailer below.

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