DUCKTALES REMASTERED Is Back on Digital Storefronts Seven Months After It Was Suddenly Delisted

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Category: 2D Platformer Games

DUCKTALES REMASTERED Is Back on Digital Storefronts Seven Months After It Was Suddenly Delisted

To the delight of fans of the 1989 classic and DuckTales: Remastered, Capcom has just announced that 2013's wonderful hand-crafted reimagining of the original has returned to digital storefronts — this time for good, hopefully.

As revealed by Capcom on the Japanese company's official website, DuckTales: Remastered is now "available to purchase for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One (via Backwards Compatibility), Wii U and Steam!"

Although the reasons why DuckTales: Remastered was delisted in August 2019 remain a mystery, it's safe to say that licensing issues were to blame — as the WayForward-crated video game was obviously based on a popular Disney IP, with the original voice talent (including Alan Young and Russi Taylor) reprising their roles.

Calling back to the golden age of 8-bit gaming and Saturday morning cartoons, the beloved platformer features hand-drawn animated sprites that bring each character to life in a strikingly beautiful world.

Learn more about the adventures of the one and only Scrooge McDuck and his three nephews down below:

DuckTales: Remastered is a beautiful hand-crafted reimagining of one of the most cherished 8-bit titles of all time. Go back to one of the golden ages of gaming, now refined with a level of detail that will please the most hardened devoted Disney or retro Capcom fan alike.

DuckTales: Remastered is once again available to purchase for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One (via Backwards Compatibility), Wii U and PC (via Steam).


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