Available for download on April 14th for Xbox LIVE and April 15th for PlayStation Store, gamers can get their hands on two perfected arcade games for $9.99 / 800 Microsoft Points.
Final Fight: Double Impact gives fans the opportunity to experience both Capcom legends, Final Fight and Magic Sword, in a true arcade experience. The game includes enhanced graphic modes, a fully remixed soundtrack, as well as drop-in online co-op that will allow gamers to play with friends or strangers online.
GGPO network technology creates a frame-accurate arcade experience across the internet with online voice chat and the ability to join games in progress.
About Final Fight: Double Impact
Final Fight: Double Impact is a dual release of two classic arcade side-scrolling beat-em-ups. First up is Final Fight, where players follow the heart-pounding adventures of Cody, Guy, and Haggar: three heroes fighting their way across crime-ridden Metro City in hopes of saving Haggar's daughter from the evil clutches of Mad Gear. There are 6 stages filled with perilous challenges where the only hope for justice is the unique fighting techniques mastered by each character. With the exciting news that Cody and Guy will both be playable characters in Super Street Fighter IV, Capcom fans now have the chance to take get to know these characters again in their first gaming appearance before playing them in the new Street Fighter game.
In Magic Sword, users will take on the role of the "The Brave One," a fierce warrior who bears the daunting responsibility of cleansing evil forces from an ancient tower. As a consequence of his actions, he will inevitably meet the source of this scourge upon humanity the dark lord Drokmar. But fear not as the hero is accompanied by eight allies who will lend their assistance through out the game. All of them bring specific skills and talents to contribute to the fight. It's amazing side-scrolling action illustrated in classic fantasy stylings, making a perfect pairing with Final Fight.
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