Double Dragon

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Double Dragon (双截龍 or ダブルドラゴン?) is a classic beat 'em up video game series initially developed by Technos Japan Corporation, who also developed the Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun series. The original game was designed by Yoshihisa Kishimoto, who originally conceived the game as a Kunio-kun sequel using the localized version (Renegade) as a basis. The game was heavily influenced by martial arts films, especially those of Bruce Lee's such as Enter the Dragon, with the post apocalyptic setting based on the popular anime Hokuto No Ken. The recently released Double Dragon Advance was planned by Muneki Ebinuma, who previously designed Super Double Dragon and was also involved in Double Dragon '95 as a fight choreographer.

The series stars twin brothers, Billy and Jimmy Lee, who are masters of a fictional martial art called Sou-Setsu-Ken (双截拳), as they fight against various adversaries and rivals. Double Dragon has had several sequels and has been ported to several different platforms. Due to the popularity of the game series, an animated series and live-action film adaptation have also been produced.

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Commodore 64
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Melbourne House
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Technos Japan Corp.
Double Dragon - Cover Art Commodore 64

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