DuckTales: Remastered Is Now Available On Digital Stores Again

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DuckTales: Remastered has returned to digital storefronts after being pulled in August 2019. The game, which remasters the 1989 NES classic Disney's DuckTales, has reappeared on Steam, Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii U. You can also grab it for Xbox One, as it's part of the system's backwards compatibility catalog.

An announcement post of the game's reappearance is up on Capcom Unity, but no explanation for why it was delisted and has now reappeared is offered. "If you missed out on this colorful reimagining the first time around, now’s a great time to see what you’ve been missing out on," the post reads.

There's also no announcement of whether the game will come to current systems, but it's fair to say that Switch port begging is now back on the menu for this title, which was released in 2013.

Although the game is regarded as a classic by many, GameSpot's review of DuckTales: Remastered was less favorable. Critic Tom McShea was not a fan: "DuckTales Remastered will make you doubt happy memories from your childhood, or leave you baffled as to why people were nostalgic for such dull platforming in the first place."

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