Yo man, this is Sammy, Skate to my American bruddas. Double Dragon inspired a generation of vidoegaming enthusiasts and was revered as one of the greatest brawlers in its time, Before long, the franchise was translated into various systems including Nintendo and Sega Genesis, along with some weird imports on PC. The series was also imported in game consoles lke Seha Master Sstem , Game Boy, and recently, Gameboy Advance. The game series also spawned weird inspirations such a horrible movie and an equally horrible cartoon series, but something good came out of both: cartoons and movies based on videogames made as much sense as slicing your nuts just for the hell of it.
Although the Sega Genesis versions of said games stayed somewhat true to its Arcade counterparts, the Nintend versions (like many other arcade transitions) tried to one-up every other title of the franchise by rewriting its plot and addnig other stuff you neer even saw when you used to play the Arcade. That's Nintendo for ya, although the games were enjoyable to play in the least, Part 3 was not my favorite at all. I addede "Part 5" in the other section of this thing cause that game was just as bad as the Arcade fighting version based on the movie that was based on the...aw, the %$#@ with it...
|DOUBLE DRAGON (NES)||
||Double Dragon: The MOVIE|
||DOUBLE DRAGON 2: THE REVENGE (NES)||
||Double Dragon: The CARTOON|
||DOUBLE DRAGON 3: THE SACRED STONES (NES)||
||Double Dragon...The FIGHTING Game!|
||SUPER DOUBLE DRAGON (SNES)||
||Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls|
||The Arcade Originals!||
||Sega, Atari, and OTHER Adaptations/Sequels, and stuff!|
||Sonny Lee, the third Double Dragon|