DuckTales: Remastered - WBacon [capcom]
Heads up, everyone; DuckTales: Remastered is leaving digital storefronts in a duck-blur, and will no longer be available for purchase beginning August 9th, 2019. If you’ve already purchased it in the past or if you buy it before it's gone, you’ll still be able to re-download and play the game, so pogo jump your way into Scrooge’s Money Bin while you can! DuckTales: Remastered is also getting a farewell price drop for 75% off before it's removed for purchase.

The game will be available on Steam until approximately 4:59 PM on August 9th. Once the game is in your library, you’ll still be able to re-download it even after it’s removed, too. Don’t wait until the last minute if you want to purchase the game while it’s still available!

DuckTales: Remastered

Capcom has offered a warning to all potential purchasers of DuckTales: Remastered; the game is being delisted on digital storefronts, starting tomorrow, 8th August.

Of course, interested parties haven't exactly been short of time to take the plunge previously. Developer WayForward's gorgeous reworking of Capcom's beloved 1989 NES platformer initially launched for PC, Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii U all the way back in 2013.

For those still on the fence, however, Capcom has one last offer up its sleeve as DuckTales: Remastered enters its twilight hours. A 75% discount is in play prior to the game's removal, and it's currently 3.95 on the Wii U eShop, 2.99 on Steam, and 2.49 on the Xbox Store (this version will work on Xbox One via backward compatibility support, as well as Xbox 360). Those hoping for a PS3 discount currently appear to be out of luck on the PlayStation Store.

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DuckTales: Remastered - contact@rockpapershotgun.com (Craig Pearson)

In deference to cartoon physics, there s going to be a Scrooge McDuck-shaped hole in Steam as Capcom has announced that they re removing Duck Tales: Remastered from sale. But before that, they are putting it on> sale, in case you want to grab it like a certain thrifty duck snatching for a golden coin.

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DuckTales: Remastered

Everybody was excited about DuckTales: Remastered, the 2013 update of the hit NES platformer from 1998, until it actually arrived and we all learned an important lesson about nostalgia. It wasn't bad, really, just a little too faithful to its roots—"very much a 24-year-old game," we said in our review—yet lacking the touches that would enable players to enjoy the game as it really was, like an 8-bit mode or the original soundtrack.

If you haven't tried it yet, you'll probably want to get to it very quickly, for two reasons. One, it's currently on sale on Steam for $4/£3/€3.50, which is a pretty great price. And two, at 4:59 pm PT (or thereabouts) on August 8—two days from today—it's being removed from sale.

Disc-based versions of DuckTales: Remastered will continue to work as they always have (although that's probably more relevant to console versions of the game) and if you've purchased it digitally already, you'll still be able to download it after it's delisted. As for why it's being delisted, Capcom didn't say, but I'd guess that it has something to do with expiring license deals.

I've emailed Capcom to ask why the remastered tales of the duck are going away and I'll let you know if and when I receive a reply. In the meantime, Steam says the promotional price is good until August 10 but remember—August 8 is the hard deadline.

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DuckTales: Remastered - Valve
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*Offer ends Friday at 10AM Pacific Time
DuckTales: Remastered - CapcomUnity
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Quacks by the quarter...<br>
DuckTales was born at a time when arcades were omnipresent throughout America. In fact, DuckTales (the show) and the original Street Fighter were released about a month apart from one another back in 1987.<br>
<p style="text-align: center;"><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266733"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/68616103962c41970522afb866f1e823.jpg?v=161100" width="358" /><br /><strong>A</strong></a><strong>rtist:&nbsp;Daniel Brown</strong></p>
<p>So with that in mind, it seemed more than fitting that we showcase user-submitted fan art that paid glorious homage to that forgotten pastime of gaming by the quarter (but you'll find some scattered tributes to NES games from that era too.) Here are some of our favorite &ldquo;Duckifications&rdquo; of classic Capcom titles born unto cabinets honor of DuckTales: Remastered.</p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266731"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/d0765bb8c25cbbf7d712a8ec62a63c80.jpg?v=142200" width="316" /><br />A</a>rtist: Daniel L</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266729"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/1ac16ac012cdb3270129979b196af6ee.jpg?v=231300" width="400" /><br />A</a>rtist: L</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266725"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/573496a5d21622862abe3b2f1c915e25.png?v=202200" width="400" /><br />A</a>rtist: Darian S</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266723"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/a4c0ed8bb3ebec460f6dc9d93bec26ba.jpg?v=143550" width="319" /><br />A</a>rtist: Diego O</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266721"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/abc6172481715ddd6c3070c7df76004c.jpg?v=225900" width="400" /><br /></a>Artist: dr cole</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266719"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/4968610de9f6df1cba848e6547cb3178.jpg?v=154800" width="344" /><br />A</a>rtist: elmo</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266745"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/41a29719b7a56aa41dd86f2b23d43271.jpg?v=111166" width="326" /><br />A</a>rtist: Ali F</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266743"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/ae7a89604db5c04d644ffee58c0c81e4.jpg?v=247800" width="400" /><br />A</a>rtist: Andrew G</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266741"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/67beea3d85d6aaba6730143b00446969.jpg?v=148500" width="330" /><br /></a>Artist: Aubrey K</strong></p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a href="/xantista/go/gallery/item/145266739"><img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/2faa6d879a65467bd28a9ea7cefa4e11.jpg?v=114495" width="255" /><br /></a>Artist: Brian P</strong></p>

<a href= "http://www.capcom-unity.com/xantista/blog/2013/11/08/ducktales-vs-classic-capcom"> For even more great submissions, hit up Capcom Unity! </a>
DuckTales: Remastered - CapcomUnity
<img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/fe14fc774f62a91bb3e7ac558c394193.jpg?v=205200"/>

As if the return of one of 8-bit gaming’s most treasured titles wasn’t exciting enough news, the inclusion of Steam Trading Cards has given PC gamers yet another reason to yell “WOO-HOO!” from their cubicles today.

<img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/7324e8cbd9883cce186296bacd402ac6.png?v=138992"/>

If you’re new to the whole Trading Card thing, they’re like tradable achievements you can unlock simply by playing DuckTales: Remastered. Some cards are rarer than others, and certain cards you’ll have to trade via the Steam Community, but once obtained can be crafted into custom badges for your profile. This is splendid news, plus it’s hard to argue that this gels perfectly with Scrooge McDuck’s never-ending pursuit of treasure at any cost. So go and grab DuckTales: Remastered now and get started on your Trading Card adventure.

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DuckTales: Remastered - Valve
DuckTales: Remastered is Now Available on Steam


The Quack Is Back!

DuckTales: Remastered is a beautiful hand-crafted reimagining of one of the most cherished 8-bit titles of all time. Go back to one of the golden ages of gaming, now refined with a level of detail that will please the most hardened devoted Disney or retro Capcom fan alike. Featuring hand-drawn animated sprites, authentic Disney character voices talent and richly painted level backgrounds from the classic cartoon TV series, Scrooge McDuck and family come to life like never before.

The gameplay retains the authenticity of its 8-bit predecessor; simple and fun, with slight modifications to improve gameplay flow and design. Embark on an authentic DuckTales adventure, as Scrooge McDuck and his three nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie travel to exotic locations throughout the world in their quest to retrieve the five Legendary Treasures.


DuckTales: Remastered - CapcomUnity
<img src="http://images.onesite.com/capcom-unity.com/user/xantista/blog_photos/8f1c2badbfc64b7a172f94d0f1ccfa7c.jpg?v=202200"

We’re back with a third and final look behind the scenes of DuckTales: Remasterd (Be sure to check out the <a href="http://www.capcom-unity.com/xantista/blog/2013/07/25/this-look-inside-the-art-design-of-ducktales-remastered-is-your-guaranteed-smile-of-the-day"> Art </a> and <a href="http://www.capcom-unity.com/xantista/blog/2013/07/11/ducktales-remastered-gets-release-dates-and-brand-new-behind-the-scenes-duckumentary"> Background design </a> Duckumentaries), and this time the WayForward gang is joined by legendary composer Jake Kaufman. Can you guess why?! Yes indeed, it’s high time to talk DuckTales: Remastered’s MUSIC.

If it wasn't already obvious, we're among the millions of DuckFans who consider the original game’s tunes to be wonderful, timeless, and always worth keeping on a playlist. But even more to the music’s credit, these songs have stood the test of time so well, they’re beloved by people who’ve never actually played the game or seen the DuckTales TV show! See how WayForward dealt with that audible legacy below.

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