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07042 Misc. Minor Always 12 days ago 10 days ago
Tester ArcadeShadow View Status Public Platform MAME (Official Binary)
Assigned To Resolution No change required OS Windows Vista/7/8 (64-bit)
Status [?] Closed Driver megadriv.cpp
Version 0.199 Fixed in Version Build 64-bit
Summary MESS-specific 07042: megadriv [ddragon3]: Double Dragon 3 (wrong description)
Description The name of the Double Dragon 3 - The Arcade Game, is not correct
It should be: Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone

Double Dragon 3 - The Arcade Game is the name on the Box, not the name in the game.
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Affected Sets / Systems  megadriv [ddragon3]
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png file icon ddragon3 (snapshot 1 - Title).png (13,196 bytes) 12 days ago Uploaded by ArcadeShadow
ArcadeShadow
jpg file icon double-dragon-3-the-arcade-game-u-sega-genesis.jpg (149,756 bytes) 12 days ago Uploaded by Fujix
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No.15257
Fujix
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12 days ago
I support "Double Dragon 3 the arcade game"
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No.15261
B2K24
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11 days ago
I do too as it's a direct port of the Arcade game and they couldn't even be bothered to do a unique title screen.

Also, not that it means much, but gamefaqs has it listed as "Double Dragon 3: The Arcade Game"

Double Dragon 3 would be ported to various platforms under license from Tradewest. Versions were released for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Amiga and Atari ST in late 1991, followed by the IBM PC, Genesis and Game Boy in 1992. These versions of the game were developed by The Sales Curve, with the exception of the Genesis version (which was handled by Software Creations). The Game Boy and Genesis versions were published by Acclaim under the title of Double Dragon 3: The Arcade Game, distinguishing them from the earlier NES release.