PC fans obviously disappointed when DuckTales Remastered was announced only for consoles back in March. But publisher Capcom apparently heard the frustrated wise quacks and has decided to release the game on PC after all.
"You guys demanded it, so we’re unbelievably happy to announce that your most requested platform will indeed be receiving DuckTales Remastered!" the Capcom-Unity blog revealed today. The PC version will be available "within or around same window" as the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U versions, with the same $14.99 price point when it hits the various digital distribution sites.
IGN reports that about 70 percent of the game is the same. The remainder of the game is getting some changes, updates and added cutscenes, including a total remake of the Amazon level. Other changes are also listed, including the fact that the money bin can now be used to unlock different items.
If you didn't play the classic NES game, find out why the game is still held in high regard by checking out our preview from PAX East.
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PC fans obviously disappointed when DuckTales Remastered was announced for console download only back in March. But publisher Capcom apparently heard the frustrated wise quacks and has decided to release the game on PC after all.
While is good news, I'll hold the 'great' qualifier until we know if it's going to be a usual substandard port or a real pc game. But, I got no problem playing this on the console. Might even be able to get the kid to play with me.