Neoseeker : News : DuckTales Remastered announced by Capcom at PAX East for XBLA, PSN and Wii U, woo-ooo
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Spook Mar 22, 13
Capcom's probably wishing they could rewrite history about now.
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bluexy Mar 22, 13
A Person If a better future for Capcom means revisiting their past, then this is a good way to start.
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Spook Mar 22, 13
Can't argue with that.

I hope they don't stop revisiting with this one.
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S-I-E Mar 22, 13
i'm not so sure... the famous duck tales intro song seems to do all the work in that trailer :/

honestly i'd be a little careful if i were you guys. this looks like another attempt to make some easy bucks based on something from the nostalgia box. this is not a Walt Disney movie, like so many remasters i don't expect it to share the glory of the original

i'd rather save the money and buy the original.
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bluexy Mar 22, 13
S-I-E No doubt, no doubt. Remasters never really live up to the expectations that nostalgia builds. Nonetheless, fun to recall those old memories.
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Canasta Mar 22, 13
quote "S-I-E"
honestly i'd be a little careful if i were you guys.
WayForward is on board. You cannot be worried.
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HilaryDuffGta Mar 22, 13
ahhh im back to my childhood! then again i am a 33 year old man-child, i loved duck tales and man i love this song, played the nes version so so much back in the day,a great day for gaming news so far wonder what else pax will bring us
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S-I-E Mar 22, 13
bluexy yeah but to know before hand that it will never live up to the original already kills it for me.

it's the same thing as with double dragon neon a while back. i have some pretty fond childhood memories with the original game boy version and even today i am still trying to beat that same old cassette without online assist from time to time but some games are best savored if you stick with the original. time has changed and it's creators have too..

just look at spyro for example. he's basically a Pokemon nowadays.
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steetboris Mar 22, 13
Some of you might also be interested by the TALESPIN FAN GAME we're developing!

http://www.facebook.com/TalespinFanGame

I so wish they'll make a TaleSpin game afterwards
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Swampasaur Mar 22, 13
Dat theme man. Dat theme.

Crying tears of nostalgia.
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Peace-Child Mar 22, 13
Well, at least it doesn't have to do with Megaman for a change.
But I swear, if they screw up the Moon song somehow, I'll be FURIOUS.
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Zombie_Barioth Mar 22, 13
Never played DuckTales so I don't have any nostalgia for the game, but I do for the show.

Unfortunately I have to agree on remasters being more for nostalgic value and old classics alive than anything else. I really enjoyed Double Dragon Neon and the way WayForward poked fun at the 80s, but it also points out just how simplistic games like those are now. It sorta bums me out that a lot of these classics we grew up with are so comparable to these small digital games, you would be just as well off playing the original if you can live without the shiny new wrapper.
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DragonSlayer45 Mar 22, 13
Did not ask for...



...but will gladly accept.
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The Living Angelus Mar 22, 13
With most remakes I worry that boss/stages will have to be altered and the music/voice acting changed. It happened to TMNT: Turtles in Time and worse with Earthworm Jim. I hope not in this case with Capcom. Because this is one classic game I used the play the crap out of as a child on the NES.

I still own that original copy (complete with box and booklet), but would gladly take an updated HD remake of it. Just as long as if you strip away the new graphics, it's still essentially the same, exact game I used to play.
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