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File Name:ddragon2.zip (view contents)
System:MAME
Size:732.41 KB
Rating: 4.45/5 (679 voters) 

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not nearly as good as the 1st one by neogeoowner on August 12, 2014
Rating: 2/10
I remember the first time I played double Dragon 2 in the arcades when I was a kid, I thought the controls were broken. In those days, it was unusual for arcades buttons to be wired up wrong, be broken or sometimes not even have the right number.

It turns out that they meant for it to play like that. You have one attack from the right and one from the left button. I initially thought this might be useful for dealing with crowds (once I got used to them). They aren't good for that or anything else. If you are hitting an enemy on the right and you try to hit one behind you, you will just get hit to the ground.

The game is ridiculously hard. If I was using real money, I would never get past level one. The graphics are terrible. The first scene is a slight upgrade from the look of the 1st game but after that, it is like they knew that nobody would ever seem them, so all of the levels look even worse than DD1. The cows on level 2 in the background, look like I drew them while wearing boxing gloves.

You get 1 life and no health upgrades. There are no burgers lying on the ground to repair that knife wound like in final fight. It is like someone told the designers that people spent too long playing DD1 and this was their answer. You could finish DD1 with a single credit by using the elbow attack. In DD2, they made it useless, along with all of your other attacks. Anyone that ever played DD2 in the arcades would have never played it twice. it is virtually no fun at all :(

The first DD was a classic. This one doesn't even qualify as a game...

Classic DD gaming continued. by kossy077 on September 19, 2009
If you like DD1 then you shouldn't be disappointed with this game. In fact apart from the control system, which I'll get to, it's too much like its predecessor. The developers seem to have reused a lot of the previous game's sprites and backgrounds. The biggest change is to the control system. This now consists of an effective but initially awkward two way attack system. I'll explain, Instead of the one button for kick one for punch setup, you now have one button for left attack the other for right. It's a matter of personal taste as to which one you'll prefer.
Much of the same... by kossy077 on September 17, 2009
Rating: 7/10
If you like DD1 then you shouldn't be disappointed with this game. In fact, apart from the control system, which I'll get to, it's too much like its predecessor. The developers seem to have reused a lot of the previous game's sprites and backgrounds. The biggest change is the control system. Which now consists of an effective, though initially awkward, two way attack system. I'll explain: Instead of the one button for kick one for punch setup, you now have one button for left attack the other for right. It's a matter of personal taste as to which one you'll prefer. One last thing, the notorious DD slowdown hasn't been eradicated. So you'll still occasionally feel like you're fighting in glue.
looks like a Sequal by buda3d2003 on November 25, 2008
Rating: 5/10
This game is hard and sad, instead of punching his girlfriend in the stomach he shoots her with a machine gun.

I have not played it through yet but it seems allot harder than the first one at a glance, I'de like to hear a seasoned DD2 player comment, as I love the first DD

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