Patrick reviewed the recent PC version of Double Dragon: Neonand found the game itself to be rad but couldn't say the same for its online cooperative play due to input lag. A new update on Steam has been released to remedy the situation and fix other issues:
Huge improvements were made to the online co-op portion of the game, reducing lag significantly and improving connectivity, giving a more enjoyable experience overall.
Fixed issues during the Level 8 “Marian II” boss fight where players would experience slowdown and sometimes end up crashing.
Fixed the resolution issue where some players would have the game load up and hear music and sounds but not see a picture.
Fixed the issue where pressing Up on the D-Pad would sometimes cause the player to initiate a high-five on the controller.
Fixed issues where some backgrounds in levels were not displaying properly in certain resolutions.
Fixed the issue where choosing “Borderless” in Video Options was not working with certain resolutions.
Fixed an issue with the Level 8 “Marian II” boss fight so that its arms are no longer off-screen during its idle animation.
Added an option in the Settings menu so that mouse and keyboard players have a way to enable Ro-Bro Mode.
Additional bug fixes and tweaks to the game.
As of this week, publisher Midnight City has also added the option to buy a two-pack of Neonon Steam for $12.99. (For the sake of comparison, a single copy costs $9.99). Worth considering if you've got a special someone in mind.