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- Relive the classic TV series from the 1980's follow the adventures of Scrooge McDuck and his three nephews Huey & Dewey & Louie as they fend off enemies including the Beagle Boys and Magica DeSpell on their quest to obtain treasures from across the world
- Authentic Disney experience - some of your favorite Disney characters are brought to life by many of the original voice-over talent from the classic DuckTales TV series and stage backgrounds take their inspiration from the classic TV episodes
- Learn to pogo - in an all new tutorial level learn the basic playing skills including Scrooge McDuck's iconic pogo jump and cane swing
- Visit the museum - track your achievements, progress and status on the leader boards in Scrooge McDuck's new Museum
- Cash in your coins at Scrooge McDuck's Money Bin - a new playable area, Scrooge's Money Bin allows players to track the amount of wealth accumulated and even take a swim through his latest spoils
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Also while I can't remember if the original version hard voice audio clips this new version does from most of the original cast of the series though there are a few you can tell they used different voice actors for the roles and cameos.
The gameplay is pretty simplistic to today's games as you have the basic jump and cane jump attack/swing for Scrooge McDuck to use and some of the puzzles will feel a little more easier then what we deal with today's games but still the nostalgic memories I get from playing this game more then make up for any small faults.
It'll be up to you which way to go with the purchase of the game,you can get the physical copy but I decided to go online and download it instead at a lesser price. Still a iconic and entertaining game awaits any who are willing to get it.
When I found out that DuckTales was getting a remastered makeover - I was thrilled! Until it's release I had vivid day dreams of old Scrooge McDuck bouncing around the screen on his pogo cane in beautiful crystal clear HD. I nearly crapped my pants when I found out that Way Forward (the company responsible for making the game) got all the original DuckTales cartoon voice actors to revive their roles just for this game! They even got Alan Young (the voice for Scrooge McDuck) to return to voice acting at the age of 94 years old!
This game is freaking amazing. It doesn't try to outshine the original (as it shouldn't - the original NES game was fantastic) but more that it builds upon it to make the game feel more complete. Fans will be treated to cut scenes involving all the characters from the original cartoon as well as a toe-tapping soundtrack - specifically the Transylvania stage. That music makes my spine tingle.
I could not be any happier with the quality of this game. Way Forward did a tremendous job. I sincerely hope they remake Darkwing Duck next!
Even if you never watched the cartoon or read the comics - this game is still an incredibly addictive 2D platformer game.
So do yourself a favor and pick this up ASAP.
Disney did a very bold move at the time they dumped money into doing 30 minute cartoons that were HQ Style Disney Feature Films
I'm pretty sure the first was Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Which I never understood and got into) It's crazy Disney got away with using the name Gummi Bears since there was and still to this day Gummy Bear Candy i guess cause they switched out the "y" with a "i" they were Safe!
The next cartoon Disney would craft and sink money into would be the one and Only DuckTales
Which would lead to Disney having a massive come back due to the Disney Afternoon Block they Created which aired throughout the country in syndication....
The Disney Afternoon was epic and even though it did wear out it's welcome by the mid to late '90's
It Changed children tv (What Disney did was never replicated again which i find strange since tv executives are lazy unoriginal thief's in 2015)
I've heard that Disney is Gonna re-Boot DuckTales (Terrible idea I doubt it'll work) They should just go into the original episodes remaster them in HD update the sound... Call me crazy but, that would be brilliant then make a Limited Edition Blu Ray Box Set of the Complete Duck Tales Collection (Hell they can do this with the Hippie Dippy 1960 version of Batman why Not DuckTales (Fans would buy this mark my words)
enough of this palaver Let's get to this Review
I loved the Original NES 8-bit Duck Tales game it's without a doubt in the top 25 NES Games ever!Read more ›
The remastered version is true to form. The sounds of the original NES are there…just less grainy and “midi” sounding. The game play is seamless and clearly less “wonky” than the NES version (although, no one minded that). There’s definitely some great additions, but you can find those out when you buy this game and play it..so do that..do that now.
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A great classic that I use to play when I was younger... Now that it's remastered my son can play on his xbox one and he absolutely loves it!! P. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rnblove
Love this game! It is a kids game but, my husband and two girls(3 and 5) are able to enjoy it together. Read morePublished 5 months ago by mommyfutch
I purchased this for my nephew for Christmas. He loves games and so do I. Our taste in games are a bit different since he is 7 and I am 31. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Daniel McCall
I was not aware that it will not play in other region apart from USA...
Now I can't do anything
Maybe in future if they added a line mentioning it is for USA.. Read more