Ducktales: Remastered Available Today

Today on Steam was the grand launching of Ducktales: Remastered. Sit back and enjoy the nostalgia.

Many of you have waited patiently for this day, when our childhoods would be brought back through Ducktales, and that day has come. Today on Steam Ducktales: Remastered has been released for everyone to enjoy. Not only would this be a great game for that classic-gamer who remembers the NES version, but it's family-friendly and a game for everyone to play.

Why Ducktales is so amazing.

Well for one, it brings back a bunch of nostalgic childhood memories for people. Not only has Ducktales been part of many lives as a video game, but also as a TV show. It's in the same regard as "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" to the 90s generation.

If you thought it was spectacular back then, imagine the graphics now. Not too high-intensive, but they definitely give this old classic a big bang. All the characters are better animated, that they seem to jump right off the screen. Also, the backgrounds are vivid in color

Not only can you enjoy the landscape, but you get to play as your favorite protagonist Scrooge McDuck, as he travels around collecting his favorite thing -- treasure. More features included in this game are achievements, concept artwork, music, and accomplishing those multiple painstaking difficulty levels.

Don't feel too left out, console gamers. Ducktales: Remastered is also available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U.. Shall we take a seat and reminisce? I think we're all due for a trip down memory lane in Ducktales: Remastered.

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Published Aug. 14th 2013
  • MyNameIsProjekt
    I am so excited to play this game today! I don't have a great memory of playing the original but I know I spent a lot of time playing it. I'm really interested in seeing what WayForward Technologies and Capcom have done to remaster the game other than a graphics reboot. The game looks good and I'm hoping it will be good in other areas as well.

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