Sooo many close calls for me as well, because while there are very few brawlers I actually revisit repeatedly, there are many
that I've played a couple of times and had a blast with, like Battletoads and Knights of the Round. Which version of Double Dragon II is your poison, Juese, and why?
4, I've been meaning to try The Warriors for some time now. I just discovered yesterday, in fact, that it supposedly runs in 720p on Xbox, so I think I'll pop it in and give it a go today after that ringing endorsement. Just in time for the movie to arrive on Netflix Watch Instantly!
I can't recommend enough that everyone try out Beats of Rage
, the homebrew beat-em-up engine I mentioned. It's available for a huge variety of platforms, but I always prefer to play console-style games on a console. If your Wii is softmodded (painlessly easy to do
), you can download it right from the Homebrew Browser. It's available for your modded Xbox as well, but for many, it might be easiest to play on Dreamcast, where I first discovered it many years ago. Just visit DC Evolution and download this disc image
(the better of the two collections they've assembled), burn, and start punchin'!
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