History VideoGame / DonaldDuckGoinQuackers

23rd Jul '16 4:23:17 PM nombretomado
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''Donald Duck: Goin' Qu@ckers'' is a DonaldDuck game made by Creator/{{Ubisoft}} in 2000, in dedication to CarlBarks, who had passed away a short time earlier. It was originally released for the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}, UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, Sony UsefulNotes/PlayStation, and PC, with different soundtracks. The UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor and the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance got 2D versions of the game, and later a remake was made for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]].

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''Donald Duck: Goin' Qu@ckers'' is a DonaldDuck WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck game made by Creator/{{Ubisoft}} in 2000, in dedication to CarlBarks, Creator/CarlBarks, who had passed away a short time earlier. It was originally released for the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}, UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, Sony UsefulNotes/PlayStation, and PC, with different soundtracks. The UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor and the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance got 2D versions of the game, and later a remake was made for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]].
28th Jun '16 11:38:30 AM Lorenor
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* MythologyGag: The game is essentially a big love letter to the Donald Duck franchise. Characters from the Disney Duck Comics universe appear (including Gladstone Gander, Gyro Gearloose, and Magica De Spell), Daisy is a news reporter as she was in WesternAnimation/QuackPack, and Humphrey the Bear is even featured in the GBC and GBA versions. In the "Urban High-Rises" section of Duckburg (N64/PC versions) you can even see Scrooge's Money bin in the background at one point, although Scrooge himself is ''[[AbsenteeActor nowhere]]'' ''[[TheGhost to be seen]]''

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* MythologyGag: The game is essentially a big love letter to the Donald Duck franchise. Characters from the Disney Duck Comics universe appear (including Gladstone Gander, Gyro Gearloose, and Magica De Spell), Daisy is a news reporter as she was in WesternAnimation/QuackPack, and Humphrey the Bear is even featured in the GBC and GBA versions. In the "Urban High-Rises" section of Duckburg (N64/PC versions) you can even see Scrooge's Money bin in the background at one point, although Scrooge himself is ''[[AbsenteeActor nowhere]]'' ''[[TheGhost [[AbsenteeActor nowhere]] [[TheGhost to be seen]]'' seen]].
28th Jun '16 11:37:37 AM Lorenor
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* MythologyGag: The game is essentially a big love letter to the Donald Duck franchise. Characters from the Disney Duck Comics universe appear (including Gladstone Gander, Gyro Gearloose, and Magica De Spell), Daisy is a news reporter as she was in WesternAnimation/QuackPack, and Humphrey the Bear is even featured in the GBC and GBA versions.

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* MythologyGag: The game is essentially a big love letter to the Donald Duck franchise. Characters from the Disney Duck Comics universe appear (including Gladstone Gander, Gyro Gearloose, and Magica De Spell), Daisy is a news reporter as she was in WesternAnimation/QuackPack, and Humphrey the Bear is even featured in the GBC and GBA versions. In the "Urban High-Rises" section of Duckburg (N64/PC versions) you can even see Scrooge's Money bin in the background at one point, although Scrooge himself is ''[[AbsenteeActor nowhere]]'' ''[[TheGhost to be seen]]''
3rd Jun '16 9:56:27 AM nombretomado
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* ReformulatedGame: The GBC and GBA version are completely 2D, of course. Both versions have unique level design and a slighty different plot. And then the game got remade for the PS2 and Game Cube.

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* ReformulatedGame: The GBC and GBA version are completely 2D, of course. Both versions have unique level design and a slighty different plot. And then the game got remade for the PS2 [=PS2=] and Game Cube.



* WolfpackBoss: The remake for PS2 and Game Cube and the Game Boy Color version both have the Duckburg boss fight be against three Beagle Boys instead of just one. In both cases, each individual Beagle Boy is taken out in one hit like any regular non-boss enemy.

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* WolfpackBoss: The remake for PS2 [=PS2=] and Game Cube and the Game Boy Color version both have the Duckburg boss fight be against three Beagle Boys instead of just one. In both cases, each individual Beagle Boy is taken out in one hit like any regular non-boss enemy.
7th May '16 3:04:11 PM N8han11
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** The cutscene after the final boss fight with Merlock has the villain fall into the lava below his platforms in the [[UsefulNotes/Playstation PSX]] version.

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** The cutscene after the final boss fight with Merlock has the villain fall into the lava below his platforms in the [[UsefulNotes/Playstation [[UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}} PSX]] version.
30th Apr '16 12:50:10 AM Rorosilky5
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When Daisy, who is a reporter as in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'', is spying on Merlock's evil plans, she's captured. Donald has to travel around the world to set antennas which will power Gyro's teleporter and allow him [Donald] to reach the temple in which she's imprisoned. Gladstone also appears in the story and, oddly, he's quite unlucky and a ButtMonkey.

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When Daisy, who is a reporter as in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'', is spying on Merlock's evil plans, she's captured. Donald has to travel around the world to set antennas which will power Gyro's teleporter and allow him [Donald] to reach the temple in which she's imprisoned. Gladstone also appears in the story and, oddly, he's quite unlucky and a ButtMonkey.



** The cutscene after the final boss fight with Merlock has the villain fall into the lava below his platforms in the [=PSX=] version.

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** The cutscene after the final boss fight with Merlock has the villain fall into the lava below his platforms in the [=PSX=] [[UsefulNotes/Playstation PSX]] version.


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* ShoutOut: Some versions of this game are highly similar to the [=PSX=] ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' games, the power orbs act as crystals, there are 3D/2D sections in console versions, aswell as a time trial mode.
5th Feb '16 3:32:10 AM GrammarNavi
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''Donald Duck: Goin' Qu@ckers'' is a DonaldDuck game made by Creator/{{Ubisoft}} in 2000, in dedication to CarlBarks, who had passed away a short time earlier. It was originally released for the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}, UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, Sony UsefulNotes/PlayStation, and PC, with different soundtracks. The GameBoyColor and the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance got 2D versions of the game, and later a remake was made for the PlayStation2 and the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]].

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''Donald Duck: Goin' Qu@ckers'' is a DonaldDuck game made by Creator/{{Ubisoft}} in 2000, in dedication to CarlBarks, who had passed away a short time earlier. It was originally released for the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}, UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, Sony UsefulNotes/PlayStation, and PC, with different soundtracks. The GameBoyColor UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor and the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance got 2D versions of the game, and later a remake was made for the PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]].
24th Jan '16 12:52:55 AM GrammarNavi
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* AdvancingWallOfDoom: In the extra levels, Donald must run away from something. In the remake, the pursuer is always the giant glove ([[SuperSmashBros Master Hand?]]) from Magica's Manor. In the GBA version, those levels are mandatory. The trope is also inverted by having Donald chase after a squirrel... ''[[FridgeLogic for absolutely no reason]]'', since Donald can't catch it and the squirrel isn't ever shown doing anything to Donald.

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* AdvancingWallOfDoom: In the extra levels, Donald must run away from something. In the remake, the pursuer is always the giant glove ([[SuperSmashBros ([[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Master Hand?]]) from Magica's Manor. In the GBA version, those levels are mandatory. The trope is also inverted by having Donald chase after a squirrel... ''[[FridgeLogic for absolutely no reason]]'', since Donald can't catch it and the squirrel isn't ever shown doing anything to Donald.
17th Dec '15 9:52:18 PM AguFungus
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* AmericanKirbyisHardcore: The [[http://img.gamefaqs.net/box/5/7/8/11578_front.jpg American and European releases]] featured an angry Donald against the Beagle Boys. The [[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/donaldduck/donaldduck_files/gq-jp-ps2-cover.jpg Japanese release]] instead has a happy Donald, along with Gladstone and Daisy... in the same background as the release of the former, still with the Beagle Boys in it.

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* AmericanKirbyisHardcore: AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: The [[http://img.gamefaqs.net/box/5/7/8/11578_front.jpg American and European releases]] featured an angry Donald against the Beagle Boys. The [[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/donaldduck/donaldduck_files/gq-jp-ps2-cover.jpg Japanese release]] instead has a happy Donald, along with Gladstone and Daisy... in the same background as the release of the former, still with the Beagle Boys in it.
17th Dec '15 9:51:33 PM AguFungus
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* AmericanKirbyisHardcore: The [[http://img.gamefaqs.net/box/5/7/8/11578_front.jpg American and European releases]] featured an angry Donald against the Beagle Boys. The [[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/donaldduck/donaldduck_files/gq-jp-ps2-cover.jpg Japanese release]] instead has a happy Donald, along with Gladstone and Daisy... in the same background as the release of the former, still with the Beagle Boys in it.
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