You're on the mean streets once again, called to duty to take out the punks and thugs that have slowly taken over the neighborhood. Only your superior fighting skills can eliminate the scum who call your territory their turf. In this sequel to the first Double Dragon-style fighting game, you take on even more gangs of weapon-wielding maniacs and try to show them who's boss!
While the intentions of this Double Dragon wanna-be are nice, the execution of the idea is just awful. Although the music and backgrounds are quite detailed, the characters are very pale by comparison and suffer from tons of flicker.
Target: Renegade is nothing special. The concept isn't even average in execution and the game play, while borrowing on the original Renegade's theme, hasn't evolved. I expected much more, and this game didn't deliver.
Another punch-and-kick game trying to be Double Dragon. Target has average graphics and a horrible flicker problem that occurs whenever more than 3 characters get in a row. The music is cool but that doesn't help the poor game play.
Target: Renegade could have been a blow-out sequel that surpasses even Double Dragon. There are lots of new moves and the graphics are a world better than the original. The game play falls flat, however, and falls prey to incredibly bad flicker.