When Lethal Weapon 3 got its cinematic release in 1992, my parents dutifully went along to the cinema to watch it. At the end of the credits, they were delighted to discover, there was one last scene - an easter egg to reward those who watched all those names scroll past on the screen. So began an excruciating family tradition.
WayForward Technology's Double Dragon reboot, Double Dragon: Neon, has launched on PC via Steam for £7.99 / $10.
High five! Brightly-coloured Majesco brawler Double Dragon Neon will beat its way onto Xbox Live Arcade on 12th September, costing 800 Microsoft Points.
The game hits the US PlayStation Network a day earlier for $9.99 (that's about £6.50), likely meaning a 12th September EU launch here.
Neon is a reboot of sorts for the classic Double Dragon series, with brothers Billy and Jimmy Lee re-imagined in a garishly-lit 3D world.
Vintage side-scrolling beat 'em up series Double Dragon gets a makeover on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade this July, publisher Majesco has announced.
As detailed on IGN, Double Dragon: Neon stays true to the franchise's roots, offering old-school left-to-right scrapping. Expect a traditional combo system and an arsenal of familiar weaponry to pick up, including baseball bats, whips and hand grenades.
As hinted at by the title, it's a knowingly retro affair so prepare for a retina-scorching '80s day-glo vibe, complete with tinny hair metal soundtrack.