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2.8 stars 2.8/5 Stars Average score of 5 user reviews spread across 9 releases and 0 DLC

A trip down memory lane, but not much more 0

Ever since Wayforward and Capcom announced they were bringing back DuckTales, a lot of people cried out "I love that game!" and "I used to play the hell out of that game!" I was one of them, having played the original game on my cousin's Nintendo all the time. Like most games from the 1990s, the premise was pretty straightforward: guide Scrooge McDuck through a series of levels to seek out fabled treasures. DuckTales: Remastered does a really good job of recreating the experience - to a fault. W...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A trip down memory lane, but not much more 0

Ever since Wayforward and Capcom announced they were bringing back DuckTales, a lot of people cried out "I love that game!" and "I used to play the hell out of that game!" I was one of them, having played the original game on my cousin's Nintendo all the time. Like most games from the 1990s, the premise was pretty straightforward: guide Scrooge McDuck through a series of levels to seek out fabled treasures. DuckTales: Remastered does a really good job of recreating the experience - to a fault. W...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Ducktales: Remastered Review 0

I was born in 1994. Some of my earliest, fondest memories involve me playing (mostly watching my big brother play) Super Nintendo or occasionally, pull out an NES and play that. We had lots and lots of games, – probably more than we should havewhen you consider that my family was kinda poor – and I have lots of nostalgia toward them. One game I have no memory of ever having any real exposure to is the original Ducktales (woo-oo). I have a vague recollection of the cartoon and somehow...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A remake with charming visuals and faithful gameplay created by developers who appear to be big fans of the original. 0

Looking back to the start of the 90s and progressing forward towards the end of the 16-bit era, it’s actually surprising how well some of the licensed Disney video games turned out to be. I have fonder memories of such games as The Lion King, Aladdin and Mickey Mania on Super Nintendo, along with Sega’s own take on Mickey Mouse with the fantastic Castle of Illusion on Mega Drive, than I ever did for some of the current gen titles, such as Epic Mickey and the movie-to-game releases of their recen...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

I can't think of a decent Duck related pun. 0

I hear Ducktales is something of a classic on the NES. I personally never got to play the title and henceforth don't have a nostalgic comparison for this game to live up to. In someways I'd like to think that is a strength as it allows Ducktales: Remastered to stand up as it's own game but in other ways it means I can't tell what is better or worse than the original. Either way, I have to say that Remastered is something of a disappointment.The game has a bare minimum plot that involved Scrooge ...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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