DescriptionBilly and Jimmy Lee return for another adventure. This time, fellow martial arts instructor and narcotics investigator, Marian, has disappeared while attempting to infiltrate the ruthless criminal mob known as the Black Shadow Warriors.
Once again it is up to you (and a friend) to battle your way through a selection of side-scrolling beat 'em up levels to defeat the Shadow Warriors and their leader Duke, and save Marian.
- "Return of Double Dragon" -- Japanese title
- "Double Dragon IV" -- Informal title
Part of the Following Groups
|Excellent fighting game, too bad they rushed it||Bregalad (917)|
The Press Says
|GameFan Magazine||Oct, 1992||96.5 out of 100||96|
|Digital Press - Classic Video Games||Feb 25, 2005||9.5 out of 10||95|
|N-Force||Dec, 1992||70 out of 100||70|
|ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)||May, 1993||8 out of 12||67|
|Nintendo Life||Oct 01, 2009||60|
|Power Play||Dec, 1992||48 out of 100||48|
|GameCola.net||Jan, 2008||3.7 out of 10||37|
|Total! (Germany)||Jun, 1993||4.25 out of 6||35|
|The Video Game Critic||Jun 01, 2005||D-||16|
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TriviaSeeing as how Tradewest couldn't wait for Technos Japan to finish Super Double Dragon, they released a slightly unfinished version out to the U.S. market. Meanwhile, Technos added the final touches to the game and released it in Japan some time later.
What are the big differences between the U.S. version and the Japanese version? I'll list as many as I can:
* Better vocal clips. Billy and Jimmy sound more realistic and younger.
* The music tracks play in a slightly different order.
* Slightly cleaner graphics.
* The Technos logo that appears at startup uses Mode7 in the Japanese version.
* Some unused music tracks from the U.S. version were finally used in the Japanese version.
* The game overall has a better balance of difficulty.