Disney games, Aladdin in particular, even on the 8-bit versions had incredibly beautiful, smooth and expressive animations that are (arguably) the best visuals for a platformer ever seen on the systems even outdoing the likes of both Sega and Nintendos own own Sonic and Mario.
Now, because no one asked for it, and because Will Smith whitewashed all of Agrabah, you're getting Remaster.
The Lion King and Aladdin Sega Mega Drive classics to get HD remasters
he GameStop conference really doesn't seem to be as confidential as it should be - according to yet another leak from it, the 90s Aladdin and The Lion King Sega Mega Drive and SNES games could be making their way to PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
First revealed by Wolverinefactor on Twitter, the games will supposedly include the original soundtracks and be available to pre-order from GameStop "tomorrow morning" (which, depending on their time zone, could be at some point today).
GameXplain went on to corroborate the news and even supplied an image that looks like it was cheekily taken at the conference, showing physical copies of the games as a HD remaster collection for all consoles.
A separate source also confirmed the leak to Gematsu, reporting that the games will be playable in both original and 1080p resolutions, and will have new features allowing players to fast-forward or rewind to get to any part of the game, and even let the game take over to show players how to complete a level.
We don't know yet what the remasters will fully entail, or even if they'll be coming to PC, but it looks like we'll find out very soon.