What do you want me to tell you? It's Ducktales Remastered.
Did you play the NES original? Did you love it? (The answer is yes)
This game *IS* the exact same game, but with better graphics, updated music and voice acting from the ACTUAL voice actors of the Ducktales cartoon, including the over 90 year old Alan Young reprising his role as Scrooge McDuck
Oh, and you don't like the updated music and want your Moon theme unaltered and nostaligically glorious? Well, guess what? They have an option to play all the original 8-bit sound tracks from the original game!
The only downside to this game is that some of the cutscenes can't be skipped. But because the setting, voices and character sprites are all recreated from the TV show, watching the cutscenes feels like you are watching the original cartoon! Is that downside? I suppose if you had no childhood, it is.
Bottom line. This game is just as great as it's predecessor. Have you ever played a game where it was obvious right from the start that the developers loved making it? That's what happened here. It's clear the devs really enjoyed both the original game and the source material and wanted to make their game faithful to their nostaliga. And if you loved either of those things yourself, you'll appreciate the efforts they took towards bringing the Ducktales video game back to life.