Back in the late 80’s, life for me revolved around Double Dragon.   My brother and I would go to all the places we knew of that had a machine — the creepy arcade at the mall, the Chuck E. Cheese knock-off place where we always went for our birthdays, and even the “surprisingly dirty for being in such a nice neighborhood” convenience store. They wouldn’t even give us change at that store, so we’d have to go to a different store, get quarters, pretend to be interested in their Gauntlet machine, and then leave to go play Double Dragon.  I even wanted a Sega Master System, just so I could play a decent version of the game at home.   Double Dragon was just that awesome.