Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone (1990)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Fantasy  -  November 1990 (Japan)
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Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones  »

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A rare case.
22 July 2006 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stones was the third part of the classic beat'em up saga. DD 3 Originally was an arcade recreational machine, and it was pretty forgettable unlike its two predecessors. The game featured (once again) the Lee brothers in a venture across the globe fighting alongside other martial artists, these characters were available if you 'purchased' their help in a special shop located at certain areas of the maps. This time the developers didn't came up with better, faster moves instead the enemies doubled the speed the player could get hitting the buttons. All this turned DD3 into a really hard game only for die-hard fans and extremely fast players. The Domestic version (the NES version) was a completely different thing. Maybe it was the lack of features the arcade version had what made the game more user-friendly. Yet still was easily the most difficult of the three versions it was possible to beat it. Usually the domestic versions are far too inferior compared with the original game; in this rare case the conversion exceeds the original. Rating for the Arcade version: 6, 5 Rating for the NES Version: 8, 5

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