Capcom digs deep into the vault to remaster DuckTales
Capcom teams up with WayForward to remaster the classic NES platformer
Capcom finally gets the picture and gives the their fans exactly what they've wanted for so long...DUCKTALES!
It's PAX East and Capcom has revealed their plans to remaster the classic DuckTales NES platformer. The company joins hands with WayForward (known for Mighty Switch Force and the Shante games) to remaster the game.
Now, if you've finished reciting the entire theme song, I should mention that they're aiming for release in Summer 2013 for XBL, PSN, and the Wii U.
Thanks to KOTAKU & CAPCOM-UNITY
Games Ducktales Genres ActionAdventureFamilyKids Platforms Xbox 360PlayStation 3Wii U Tags pax eastremasterxblxbox live
Published Mar. 22nd 2013
Ste GrainerMarch 25, 2013, 9:38 amFeatured Correspondent@Ashley Yeah, though there are still some really great shows: Avatar, Phineas & Ferb, and Adventure Time. (Moreso for writing than animation, though.)
Ashley ShankleMarch 25, 2013, 9:32 amAssociate Editor@Ste You just don't see animation like that in children's shows anymore. It's a shame.
Ste GrainerMarch 25, 2013, 9:26 amFeatured CorrespondentThe Onion's AV Club had a great article about a month ago that talked about how Duck Tales ushered in a golden age of animated TV shows:
Stephen JohnstonMarch 25, 2013, 7:43 amFounderI had not thought about how much I loved the duck tales show in a while. Definitely going to pick up this game. Anyone know where I can find the show online?
Christina VirginiaMarch 22, 2013, 10:43 pmFeatured ContributorSo excited about this! I'm pretty sure I made a mildly embarrassing noise when I walked by the Capcom booth and saw people playing...somewhere between a gasp and a squee. Also, that's an awesomely close release date!
HorseJacker_March 22, 2013, 2:54 pmFeatured ContributorJust saw this walking through PAX. how awesome, I still get the theme song stuck in my head. DuckTales, Woohoo!!
Ste GrainerMarch 22, 2013, 2:08 pmFeatured CorrespondentI loved the original DuckTales game on the Gameboy. I'm pretty sure I played that for months ...