Capcom’s Disney Afternoon Collection drops this week on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, bundling together six classic NES games based shows from the heyday of Disney television animation. They’re just like you remember them, only now you can rewind. Watch us play.
Capcom is giving six NES games based on some of Disney’s finest television animation work HD makeovers in The Disney Afternoon Collection for Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4, featuring Darkwing Duck, TaleSpin, DuckTales and Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers.
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The very first stage of the original NES Castlevania, the spooky Ghost House from Super Mario World, our first battle with Bowser in Super Mario Bros. Scenes we probably all remember and encountered one way or another, from the NES days, that Mark Green resurrected with brilliant dioramas.
Life's going to be like a hurricane in Duckburg all over again. Scrooge McDuck and his less well-off family members are coming back in an all-new cartoon series.
Only one guy is a better person than Bruce Wayne, and even he's a bit of an outsider.
DuckTales. Real ducks. I think I speak for everyone when I say, "[collapses into cutestolgia overload coma]." And/or "woo-ooo."
TheFineBros recently presented late '80s cartoon masterpiece DuckTales to a group of unsullied youngsters. Their reactions justify every half-hour I spent in front of the television with Scrooge McDuck and company.
Barely a week after they brought you a jamming rendition of the Pokémon theme song, Scott Bradlee and co. are back at it with a cover of the iconic DuckTales intro. Here's the original for a point of comparison:
This past weekend, I sat down and powered through the newest Donkey Kong title Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. And as I explored all the game has to offer, I found myself nearly giddy at Cranky Kong’s special ability: to bounce along on his cane like Scrooge McDuck in the NES classic DuckTales.
French digital artist Sylvain Sarrailh has a spectacular gallery on DeviantART of skylines, nature and abandoned landscapes. Here, we can also find our favorite loveable and good-natured childhood cartoon characters, turned into... something quite different.
For many, DuckTales is a beloved game—and I imagine that the mere idea of messing with it isn't an appealing one. But after a chat at E3 with Matt Bozon, dreative director at WayForward, and Austin Ivansmith, director, it seems that many of the changes in the remastered version of DuckTales are things that fans can…
As if the news that Capcom is bringing DuckTales back in remastered form wasn't enough by itself, the publisher revealed on Friday that the entire cast of voice actors from the original show will lend their talent to the new version of the classic platformer.
Captured live on Capcom's Twitch.tv stream earlier this afternoon at PAX East, seven minutes of gorgeous HD DuckTales remake footage is about all the average human can withstand without exploding, so Capcom trimmed it down to six and three-quarters.
Capcom announced today at their PAX East panel that they're resurrecting the beloved DuckTales platformer.
Yesterday saw the release of Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix in Japan. And as I plunged into the graphically remastered Disney/Square-Enix crossover, I couldn't help but think about the one thing the franchise needs more than anything else: more Scrooge McDuck.
Proving his deep love for classic Disney characters in Epic Mickey, acclaimed video game creator Warren Spector takes on Disney's first feathered family as the writer for BOOM! Studios' DuckTales comic book. Will he solve a mystery, or rewrite history?
Surprisingly, there's more than just Street Fighter in this lineup of fan-made Capcom wallpapers. Mega Man, Duck Tales and Lost Planet feature prominently plus some games I'm not even sure I can name.