Darn straight. I loved the Double Dragon type games because they were
one way to expend your agrivation. If someone was giving you a hard
time at school, you were in deep trouble with your parents, whatever
you could let the creeps in the game have it all. You could kick,
punch, headbutt, beat with a baseball bat, until you either expended
your anger or mmade it to the end of the game.Whichever came first.
However, in such situations merely beating them around wasn't enough.
i usually found new and very painful ways to take them out. Such as
knocking them off cliffs, throwing them out of flying helicopters,
knocking them off platforms, you get the point. If I was mad all bad
guys just better get the frag out of my way or I was going to kill
them very very painfully. Lol!
On 12/19/08, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> If it's 2D and like the original double dragon, you'll only need moves to
> take out characters either side of you, or charging moves to go through a
> hole line, ---- pluss chucking one enemy at another (a favourite tactic of
> mine,particularly in games like streets of rage 2).
> Oh, and to get that classic double Dragon feeling, Tom would just have to
> include the bouncing barrels of doom to throw or kick through long lines of
> The hole point Clemment to the double dragon style is you pounding your way
> in a 2D world through gangs of opponents, usually in groups of 2-4, but
> sometimes up to 8 or even 10 at once!
> Beware the Grue!
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