DuckTales Remastered Out In August, For Xbox 360 In September

By Ishaan . July 11, 2013 . 9:00am

 

 

DuckTales Remastered has a release date. Capcom have announced that the game will be released in August.

 

In North America, the DuckTales Remastered will be available for download on August 13th on PlayStation Network, Nintendo eShop on Wii U and PC. For unspecified reasons, Xbox Live Arcade will get the game a month later on September 11th. The download version of the game will cost $14.99.

 

Meanwhile, Europe will get DuckTales Remastered on August 13th for PC, August 14th for PSN, and August 15th for the Nintendo eShop. Xbox Live Arcade in Europe will see the game on September 11th. In Europe, the game will cost €14.99.

 

Finally, on August 20th, the PS3 will get a boxed version of the game in North America, which will come with a download code and a DuckTales collector’s pin. This will cost $19.99.

 

Capcom have also begun releasing a series of DuckTales Remastered “Duckumentary” videos with the game’s developer, WayForward Technologies. You can watch the first video in this series above and read our interview with WayForward here.


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  • Longsun_Zhao

    Boxed version?!? Why Capcom, you’re looking veeeeery handsome tonight. :D

  • Anime10121

    Getting this, and dont know whether I wanna go boxed or download (will probably go boxed since its only 5 bucks higher).

  • Nero

    Finally, on August 20th, the PS3 will get a boxed version of the game in North America, which will come with a download code and a DuckTales collector’s pin. This will cost $19.99.

    Buying this.

  • https://twitter.com/BinksFrost Binks5

    aww no wii u boxed version? oh well

  • Zonic505

    For those wondering, I confirmed that the pin is the same one from E3, except it has that ear plug thing on the back. Here’s a picture of it:

    http://i.ebayimg.com/t/E3-EXPO-2013-DISNEY-DUCKTALES-PIN-AND-DISNEY-LANYARD-SCROOGE-MCDUCK-RARE-PROMO-/00/s/MTQyM1gxNjAw/z/CY8AAMXQ855RueW-/$(KGrHqN,!mEFGw5!e6u4BRueW-fgV!~~60_12.JPG

  • edomon007

    I wonder how much a factory sealed boxed copy of DuckTales remastered will be after a few years.
    I can’t believe a factory sealed boxed copy of Marvel vs Capcom 2 (PS3) is going 4 $100 to $ 300 on ebay.

    • Jake Joe

      Not much since it just a code and if PSN is no longer up then you just bought a box with a Paper with a written code that is no longer useful

      • Nero

        Wait, what? I’m pretty sure the boxed version will have the game on disc, as well as a download code. I seriously doubt we’re paying $5 more for a pin and a box.

        • katamari damacy

          It’s probably going to have a limited run of printed box art with a download code (so you only get ONE purchase of the game), not one on disc and one on a slip of paper you can download. What stops you from giving away the slip of paper with the code and now 2 people have the game.
          Although there’s no physical game inside, the box art is probably a collectable.

  • TheCrimsonSpeed

    Finally a release date! This makes me very happy. It’s not too terribly far away either, so that’s a bonus. Normally I would probably go with the boxed option, but if it’s literally just going to be the code in a box (alongside a pin I guess), I think I can live with just getting the straight up digital copy. Plus I wanted to get it on Wii U anyway haha. XD

  • Prinny Dood

    Boxed verison it is then

  • Göran Isacson

    Tim Curry what are YOU doing here, and when did you lose all that weight and get a degree in tech?

    And with that immature gag out of the way- that is a pretty fascinating process. Kinda shows the wonders of modern tech when they can just casually get a guy who worked on the show that they found on the internet and have him join up just like that through simple e-mail. What a time…

  • katamari damacy

    From that ‘duckmentary’ i’m surprised Disney gives zero support to it’s video game licenses. Wayforward had to search THE INTERNET for sketches and backdrops from the original show? They had to hire one of the original TV series’ imagineers… ON THEIR OWN? Why didn’t Disney give them the resources to begin with?!

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