DuckTales Remastered for PlayStation 3

DuckTales Remastered

Aug 13, 2013
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About this game

Developer: WayForward
Content Rating: Everyone


DuckTales  Remastered is a hand-crafted, beautiful reimagining of one of the most cherished 8-bit titles of all time. Go back to one of the golden ages of gaming, but now refined with a level of detail that will please the most hardened devoted Disney or retro Capcom fan, alike. Featuring hand-drawn animated sprites, authentic Disney character voices talent and richly painted level backgrounds from the classic cartoon TV series, Scrooge McDuck and family come to life like never before. The gameplay retains the authenticity of its 8-bit predecessor, simple and fun, with slight modifications to improve gameplay flow and design.

Critic Reviews

21 Reviews
Colin MoriartyAug 12, 2013
The DuckTales cartoons might not be hot anymore, but DuckTales: Remastered is, in most ways, as good as Capcom’s legendary NES platformer ever was. It comes packing a few twists, some better than others. Refreshed boss fights are a nice touch, but Remastered’s confounding emphasis on its story is disruptive and annoying, even if it comes packing some great voice acting. Like the original, DuckTales: Remastered should be all about the action, not spending a ton of time in menus skipping cutscenes you already watched ten times.
Simon ThorntonAug 30, 2013
The original release may not be as good as you remember it, but DuckTales: Remastered is an affectionate rendition that will be sure to pluck at your nostalgic heart strings. For those without a reference point, this may feel like a pretty but archaic platformer, but if you can get past the obtrusive cut-scenes, fans of the NES classic shouldn’t think twice about giving this a quack.
Justin SpeerAug 13, 2013
Ducktales Remastered is clearly made with care and considerable skill, but it might actually have a little too much in love for its source material. It looks and sounds great, but the huge effort spent to tell a story in the same voice as the TV show gives it the unbalanced feel of a fan project. There’s plenty of fun and appeal in this new Ducktales, though, and let it never be said that Scrooge McDuck doesn’t deserve just a bit more time in the spotlight.


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