DuckTales: Remastered er en gjennomført utviklet ny versjon av et av de mest elskede 8-bitsspillene gjennom tidene. Vend tilbake til spillets gylne spillæra, men nå forbedret med et detaljnivå som vil glede selv den mest dedikerte Disney- eller retro Capcom-entusiasten.
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Utgivelsesdato: 13. aug, 2013

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DuckTales: Remastered er en gjennomført utviklet ny versjon av et av de mest elskede 8-bitsspillene gjennom tidene. Vend tilbake til spillets gylne spillæra, men nå forbedret med et detaljnivå som vil glede selv den mest dedikerte Disney- eller retro Capcom-entusiasten. Med håndtegnede animerte karakterer, autentiske Disney-karakterstemmer og detaljerte bakgrunner tatt fra den klassiske TV-tegneserien, kommer Skrue McDuck og familien hans til live som aldri før. Spillet har beholdt genuiniteten til sin 8-bitsforgjenger, er enkelt og morsomt, og kommer med små modifikasjoner som forbedrer spillets flyt og design. Legg ut på et ekte DuckTales-eventyr, hvor Skrue McDuck og de tre nevøene hans; Ole, Dole og Doffen reiser til eksotiske steder rundt om i verden på et oppdrag for å hente hjem de fem legendariske skattene.


    • OS: Windows®XP™ SP2, Windows®Vista™ or Windows®7
    • Processor: Intel™ Pentium 4 2.4 ghz with Hyper Threading
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® Geforce 9600GT, AMD® Radeon™ HD 3870 or higher (it must be able to manage Pixel Shader 3.0) with at least 512MB of display memory.
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • OS: Windows®XP™ SP2, Windows®Vista™ or Windows®7
    • Processor: Intel™ Core 2 Duo / AMD™ Athlon 64 X2 or higher.
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce™ 200 series or higher, AMD® Radeon™ HD5000 series or higher (it must be able to manage Pixel Shader 3.0) with at least 512MB of display memory.
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
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4 av 5 personer (80%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 1. november
There's been a trend in recent years to cash in on nostalgia in a big way. Take an old game, give it a little bit of polish, release it again and rake in the dough. Sometimes it's welcomed because its handled respectfully, while other times it's a shallow cash grab. I am very happy to say that this is NOT a cash grab. If anything, DuckTales: Remastered is an example of how a updated re-release should be done... mostly.

So, as per the usual formula, let's talk about the good to start. First and foremost, the core of the original NES game, what made that game a beloved masterpiece, is still there and fully intact. Scrooge still has his bizarre pogo stick ability that is as inexplicable as it is fun, and the levels still stick to the same general layout, even having the same locations for pickups. The game's tunes are also the same, save for being performed by real instruments rather than an 8-bit chiptune processor. If you thought the Moon theme was catchy in chiptune, wait till you hear it now.

Of course, that's not to say the game is just a graphical update without any other changes. DuckTales: Remastered adds some new content to the game, most of it welcome. While the levels are mostly the same, there have been some minor alterations and changes, most for the better in terms of level flow. Bosses in particular have been changed up so that they have more than the same single attack pattern to work with, making them far more challenging (though not unfairly so) than their pushover NES incarnations. There are even two additional levels: an intro training level and a final boss level, both with new soundtracks that fit in quite nicely with the rest of the tunes. The final level in particular was a surprising addition, and is far more satisfying than the original game's "go through this level you already beat" concept of a final level, albeit with a caveat I'll talk about later.

Probably the best thing DuckTales: Remastered brings to the game are the fully voiced characters. Rather than just relying on canned sound effects and clips from the show, the game actually uses newly recorded lines from the original voice cast (minus the ones who, tragically, are no longer with us). Yes, this includes Alan Young as Scrooge, sounding surprisingly good for being 92 years old. Scrooge obviously has plenty of time to say a variety of things, what with all the pogoing and gathering treasure and whatnot, but the other characters get plenty of time to speak, too. Mostly this happens during cutscenes that occur between and sometimes in the middle of the levels. These cutscenes are true to the original series, and do a great job of explaining some of the more inexplicable parts of the original NES game; why was Bubba Duck frozen in ice, for example.

Cutscenes aren't without downsides though, which brings me to the next part of the review: the bad. As I said, cutscenes can happen in the middle of levels, which can get very tiring on repeated playthroughs of the game. You can skip them, but it does take a few seconds to do so, and quite a few are placed such that even that can be a noticeable interruption. The game also has some serious issues with recognizing all but the most common monitor resolutions, and really didn't like my 16:10 monitor at all. I was able to get around it by manually altering the game's ini file to use my specific resolution, but it's still something that could have been handled better. The most maddening thing for me though is that in keeping true to the core of the original game, much of its buggy movement behavior was kept in as well, especially the random things that could cause Scrooge to stop pogoing for no easily apparent reason. Any fan of the original NES title won't be surprised, but the movement quirks could have been ironed out without angering most people, or at the very least with an optional toggle as was done for the requirement to hold the pogo button while bouncing, a.k.a. "Hard Pogo Mode".

The only other thing I can add about this game is only arguably a downside, but I found it somewhat negative all the same, that being the significantly increased difficulty of the final boss fight (and beyond) compared to the original game. It's not impossible by any means, but it's still quite the jump in challenge. I'll freely admit it had me frustrated for a little bit.

Despite the few bad things in this remake, there's clearly far more good things to say about it. Ultimately though, DuckTales: Remastered is a bit of a victim of time, with its gameplay style not nearly as popular by today's standards, not to mention the waning popularity of the DuckTales franchise. That said, it's still a solid platformer with a lot going for it, and very little going against it. Fans of the original game will love this update, and people who have never played either can get quite a bit out of it, too, but you might want to watch a few episodes of the original show first.
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Publisert: 29. oktober
I well polished platformer from my childhood in HD, sign me up!
The difficulties are working fine and the pogo-jumping is still fun.
The voice acting and cut scenes are fun to watch... for the first time, but when you start to grind money for the achievements, you just want to skip them. Before you couldn't do that, but now you can.
The music is memorable and I find myself sometimes just listening to the music in the background.

This is a must buy for anyone who likes platformers and nostalgia.
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1 av 1 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 25. november
This game is the ♥♥♥♥
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3 av 5 personer (60%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 3. november
pretty easy and enjoyable game with easy controls and great story and voice acting worth to get
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2 av 4 personer (50%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 2. november
Ahh, DuckTales: Remastered. Just as a sidenote, I never did play the first one on the SNES. But yeah, as a Disney fan and generally wanting to play light-hearted cartoon-y games a lot, I was excited for this one. Having it gifted to me, I decided to hop straight into this and found that the presentation was fantastic. The visuals are top-notch, pretty much having been remade for this HD remake of the first game, and the music even better. With a New Game option awaiting me, I decided to go for that (and picked Easy mode, mind you!) but went back to explore the other menus later; there waiting for you to pick is a Gallery of sorts, which can also be accessed via the main game's "world hub"/level selector. Options for game configuration are there and play time. That, and a leaderboard which was quite fun to look at (how do people get through the game that quickly?)

As for the actual main game itself, I loved it despite a few small flaws. The character models look brilliant and most of the time, work really well with the backgrounds. We start with a small cutscene and an opening level in the bank where you play as Scrooge McDuck (voiced by the original VA, who just so happens to be around 80, I believe) and you save Huey, Dewey and Louie from the evil (and a bit ditzy) Beagle Boys. In the process, you get to know about the main storyline; get 5 artifacts from around the world and then you'll have lots of treasure (or something like that). Woo hoo!

So what do I think of the 5 levels after this? Pretty good. All different, long and have a great boss at the end for you to tackle, all while getting to know the hilarious Launchpad, 3 boys and Webby who tag along for the ride. Although, cutscenes aren't the best (but are skippable) as they don't show the character's mouths moving when they speak. Another flaw to the game is the sometimes dodgy platforming; whether it's cheap deaths from the weird jumping mechanics or taking a bit of damage when you really feel as if it's not your fault, WayForward definitely could have improved this. It just doesn't feel as great as the Mario platformers, for example (then again, most platformers don't).

So after the next 5 levels (including THE MOOOOON, of all places. But I didn't see Princess Luna, so this is set after MLP season 3 apparently, heh heh heh), you get to save the 3 boys again and try and retrieve the treasure at Mount Vesuvius where you end up defeating Magica and also competing in some weird "escape the volcano" level that really felt bad, as sometimes Scrooge just wouldn't grab onto the ropes and wouldn't jump properly - and that kinda let that down for me, until I realised that there are a few tricks to get it right.

+ Great level variety
+ Voice acting is top notch
+ Art is fantastic, so is the game design
+ Good difficulty at times

- Cutscenes aren't the best
- Sometimes dodgy platforming
- Length of game isn't great, despite decent replay value

Overall, pretty good game. 8/10 for me. Would (get gifted, but otherwise) buy again.
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Publisert: 30. oktober
its very awesome remake, lots of fun. Waiting for Duck tales 2 remastered
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Publisert: 10. november
Buena remasterización de un clásico, te lo pasas bien en lo poco que dura, y si encima se te pega otra vez el tema de patoaventuras... Cool.
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Publisert: 16. november
Ducks are nature's rapists. 10/10
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1 av 8 personer (13%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 4. november
While this game is visually stunning and has great voice acting, it has ♥♥♥♥ poor controls and crappy controller support. To get some controllers to work, you have to download a bunch of extra files and waste a ton of time trying to set everything up!

Why couldn't they just do this in the first place?!

What is the most important thing about any game? BEING ABLE TO PLAY IT!

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5.2 timer registrert
Publisert: 31. oktober
Great remake of a classic game. Dare I say I love this more than the original. 8/10.
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Publisert: 2. november
Good old time Ducktales.... uhuu :-)

i did enjoy this :-)
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Publisert: 19. november
Simply a great game.
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Publisert: 5. november
If you loved the classic game or the show, you'll love this throwback! :)
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Publisert: 7. november
If u spent ur childhood reading disney's comics and watching ducktales this is the game made for you and me ofc. The game is really easy and enjoyable and its kinda relax. Nice music and voice. Playable with joypad too, i bought it sometime ago when was on sale i hope you will have a similar price to that one
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Publisert: 7. november
I felt young again after playing this game. I mean, its a very simple arcade like game with a simple mechanic and not so complex plot. But thats not the point of the game. The point its to kinda relive the adventures of Scrooge and his nephews while they attempt to recover the biggest treasures of the world. Beautiful game, worth every penny, only if you are a true DuckTales fan.
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Publisert: 13. november
Good remastered version of the original NES classic. Graphics and audio are nice, and it plays well, but sometimes the controls can be a bit weird and may cause some frustration. There are plenty of cut scenes, which are mostly fun to watch, but after a few times they may become a little intrusive, especially because you have to go through them over and over again if you have to restart / replay a level. That said, I don't regret the purchase and I'd suggest it to anyone who never played the original game.
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Publisert: 16. november
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Publisert: 23. november
I didn't even own the NES version of this particular game, and it still brought back good memories of those times. The reviews mentioning difficulty are way off though, it's pretty easy to 100% this game on the highest difficulty, BUT YOU MUST STILL BUY THIS REMAKE IF YOU LIKE NES GAMES.
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71 av 75 personer (95%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 17. juni
DuckTales: Remastered is a remastering of the original DuckTales game with the original cast and voice actors.

I played this game for 7 hours, and found it to be incredibly, incredibly difficult.

First, I'll briefly talk about the game itself. I played on a controller and the controls were tight and responsive, easy to use and very fun. The game was bright, colourful and looks beautiful, they've done a great job remastering the scenes and levels. The gameplay is very classic and enjoyable, and the story whimsical and fun.

Next, and just for a moment, I'll talk about the voice actors. One of the big draws of the game is that the original audio has been remastered by re-recording using the original cast of the original DuckTales game. This, at times, is pretty cool! But, after a while, I felt that the voice of Scrooge McDuck to just be a little "too old". Like, I know that sounds mean, but some of the lines seemed very strained and some incomprehensible without subtitles. While awesome to have the original voice actor back, I feel this drained a little of the vibrant colour from the game, for me.

And now, I'll discuss the difficulty of the game. My god this game is hard. Of the 7 hours I played, at least 3-4 were spent on the last level. The game uses a Lives system which, if you run out of, it's game over. Start again. Not the game, but the level.

The final level of the game takes about 20+ minutes to complete. If you run out of lives, on the final bossfight, you have to re-do the entire level again. I have never been so frustrated by something that I felt, while playing, should be so easy. Many controller slams were had. But, in a good way. In an I WILL COMPLETE THIS I SWEAR TO GOD way, which so many games wish they could achieve in this day and age. If you're up to a challenge, this is the game for you. Trust me.

Oh, did I mention I completed it on Normal mode? Yeah. There's a Hard Mode too. I couldn't even imagine completing Hard Mode.

Oh, and after Hard Mode, there's Extreme Mode.

Highly recommended for gamers who like a challenge.

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18 av 19 personer (95%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 19. juli
A classic retro platforming at its finest.

This version remastered doesn't try to do anything new.
What it does, however, it does with a sense of style that doesn't spoil your childhood memories.

A must-have game for any fan of retro titles or the DuckTales franchise in general.
Plus, you can just leave it on the title screen and loop the theme song indefinitely. Woo-oo!
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