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Wolf Fang’s roots trace all the way back to Japanese arcades and is the sequel to the 16-bit title Vapor Trail. Assemble a battle-ready mech to survive the relentless waves of enemies in this intense run-and-gun shooter.
Customization is a central feature in Wolf Fang with 12 parts to swap in and out. The mechs players create will handle and control differently based on the configuration chosen. That means players will be able to find a loadout that fits their playstyle to accomplish each of the game’s bullet packed missions.
Wolf Fang Features:
* Assemble a customized robot from parts you choose
* A campaign to liberate Australia
* 12 different endings
In this sequel to a 16-bit original, Pete and Danny are two firemen sworn to fight fires and save lives. When a blaze breaks out at the amusement park on Christmas Eve, the two go into action to rescue trapped citizens. Unlike most action RPGs, The Firemen 2 takes a different approach since Pete and Danny don’t fight goblins or stop world-ending evil, they are battling against flames and time to save the day. Players must use their water nozzle weapons and power-ups wisely, or they will get licked with the intense inferno’s tongue.
Tight controls, a memorable story and local co-op gameplay bring the whole experience together for retro game lovers. The Firemen 2: Pete and Danny is a treasured and unique import that shouldn’t be missed. Just be sure to watch out for the flames.
The Firemen 2: Pete and Danny Features:
– Fire-fighting action RPG gameplay
– Boss encounters that will put your skills to the test
– Single or co-op modes
Double Dragon Features:
● A rare fighting game classic based on the Double Dragon franchise returns via the PlayStation®Network
● Unique fighting gameplay with character transformations and a position-based approach to combat
● 10 selectable fighters with two hidden boss characters
● 1 or 2-player modes (local only)
MonkeyPaw Games has decided to continue releasing PSOne imports (that is, games from the original PlayStation that were never released in the US) as part of their 2014 strategy. First up is Double Dragon, which should be out once the SEN store updates today. This is not a beat-em-up like the original games in the series, but a fighting game similar to Street Fighter II. In fact, this Double Dragon release is actually based on the movie and not on the original trilogy… which makes this a weird but fun release!