History VideoGame / Ducktales

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* OneUp: One of the items you can find, in the form of an adorable Scrooge doll! The sequel calls these dolls "Good Mojo Dolls".
* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Scrooge doesn't wear any sort of spacesuit in the Moon level. {{Handwaved}} in ''Remastered''[[note]]Even though it didn't need to be; he is a character from an animated TV show after all[[/note]], where the ability to breathe is made possible with the Oxy-chew taffy made by Gyro. No explanation is given for how he survives the extreme low temperature and lack of air pressure - or how Glomgold and the Beagle Boys are able to breathe up there, either. [[labelnote:Note]] Then again, [[spoiler:Glomgold was working with Magica the whole time, [[AWizardDidIt so she was probably involved in helping them breathe.]] ]] [[/labelnote]]

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* OneUp: One of the items you can find, in the form of an adorable Scrooge doll! The sequel calls these dolls "Good Mojo Dolls".
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* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Scrooge doesn't wear any sort of spacesuit in the Moon level. {{Handwaved}} in ''Remastered''[[note]]Even though it didn't need to be; be, since he is a character from an animated TV show after all[[/note]], show[[/note]], where the ability to breathe is made possible with the Oxy-chew taffy made by Gyro. No explanation is given for how he survives the extreme low temperature and lack of air pressure - or how Glomgold and the Beagle Boys are able to breathe up there, either. [[labelnote:Note]] Then again, [[spoiler:Glomgold was working with Magica the whole time, [[AWizardDidIt so she was probably involved in helping them breathe.]] ]] [[/labelnote]]



* HeartContainer: Two per game. In the first game, you'll find them within stages. In the second game's NES version, you'll have to buy them, while the Game Boy version has them scattered around the levels ala the original. Remastered has one in each of the 5 normal levels for a maximum of eight on Easy and Medium difficulty (Hard and Extreme retain the original maximum of five).

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* HeartContainer: Two per game. In the first game, you'll find them within stages. In the second game's NES version, you'll have to buy them, while the Game Boy version has them scattered around the levels ala a la the original. Remastered ''Remastered'' has one in each of the 5 normal levels for a maximum of eight on Easy and Medium difficulty (Hard and Extreme retain the original maximum of five).



* InvincibilityPowerUp: The "Magic Coin" grants this, according to the instruction manual. In Remastered, it also lets Scrooge run faster.

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* InvincibilityPowerUp: The "Magic Coin" grants this, according to the instruction manual. In Remastered, ''Remastered'', it also lets Scrooge run faster.



%%* MercyInvincibility: Notable because the bosses get it also.

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%%* * MercyInvincibility: Notable because Whenever Scrooge takes damage, he has about five seconds of transparency during which he cannot be injured. It's notable in that the bosses get it this also.



** ''Remastered'' does not do this. Instead, the amount of money you collect increases the amount of money inside Scrooge's money bin.

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** ''Remastered'' does not do this. Instead, the amount of money you collect increases the amount of money inside Scrooge's money bin.bin; diving in after completing each stage shows his treasure pile increasing.



* SidetrackBonus: Secret treasures can be found that way. Alcoves are also prone to contain treasure. Subverted in Remastered, where most of the {{MacGuffin}}s are located in most of them.
* SpikesOfDoom: They often take the form of a natural hazard. Your pogo-cane jump provides protection against upwards-facing spikes, but not downwards.

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* SidetrackBonus: Secret treasures can be found that way. Alcoves are also prone to contain treasure. Subverted in Remastered, ''Remastered'', where most of the {{MacGuffin}}s are located in most of them.
* SpikesOfDoom: They often take the form of a natural hazard. Your Scrooge's pogo-cane jump provides protection against upwards-facing spikes, but not downwards.



%%* TreasureIsBiggerInFiction: Just look at all those diamonds.

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%%* * TreasureIsBiggerInFiction: Just look at all those diamonds.There are diamonds ''everywhere'' in these games, and frequently they're almost as big as Scrooge himself. One of his random lines of dialogue in ''Remastered'' involves comparing the size of one to Mrs. Beakley.



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* OneUp: One of the items you can find, in the form of an adorable Scrooge doll! The sequel calls these dolls "Good Mojo Dolls".



%%* BigBoosHaunt: Transylvania.
%%* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: Himalayas boss.
%%* CashGate: Happens at one point in the Amazon, but can be bypassed by pogo-jumping off an enemy (Not so in the Game Boy version). In ''Remastered'', you get to take revenge on it (Destroying it gives you the same amount you had to pay it in the original, plus a bit more)

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%%* * BigBoosHaunt: Transylvania.
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Transylvania has ghosts floating around.
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BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: The FinalBoss of the Himalayas boss.
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%%* CashGate: Happens In the NES version, this happens at one point in the Amazon, but can be bypassed by pogo-jumping off an enemy (Not so in the Game Boy version). In enemy. (In ''Remastered'', you get to take revenge on it (Destroying - destroying it gives you the same amount you had to pay it in the original, plus a bit more)more.)



* InvincibleMinorMinion: The ghosts in Transylvania and the Spiders, if you don't have invulnerability or a rock to hit it. Averted for the Spiders in ''Remastered''- you can easily pogo on them to kill them.
* JungleJapes: The Amazon stage takes place in a ruins, full of thorns, giant spiders, bees, and other assorted wildlife.
%%* KillerRabbit: Snow rabbits in the Himalayas.
* MinecartMadness: Minecarts are found in the African Mines and Transylvania. Subtly {{lampshaded}} in Remastered, where two of Scrooge's lines while in a Minecart is "When will this madness end?" and "There's no end to this madness!"

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* InvincibleMinorMinion: The ghosts in Transylvania and the Spiders, if you don't have invulnerability or a rock to hit it. Averted for the Spiders in ''Remastered''- you can easily pogo on them to kill them.\n
* JungleJapes: The Amazon stage takes place in a ruins, ruin full of thorns, giant spiders, bees, and other assorted wildlife.
%%* * KillerRabbit: Snow rabbits are an enemy creature in the Himalayas.
* MinecartMadness: Minecarts are found in the African Mines and Transylvania. Subtly {{lampshaded}} in Remastered, where two of Scrooge's lines while in a Minecart is "When will this madness end?" and "There's no end to this madness!"



* [[NonStandardGameOver Non-Standard Lose a Life]]: If Glomgold beats you to the treasure at the end, Scrooge says "Curse me Kilts! Glomgold's got the treasure! Now I have to go back and beat Dracula Duck again." Then the death music plays. In Remastered, the same thing happens. However, Scrooge seems to take no notice this time, and does not go back to fight Dracula Duck again.

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* [[NonStandardGameOver Non-Standard Lose a Life]]: If Glomgold beats you to the treasure at the end, Scrooge says says, "Curse me Kilts! kilts! Glomgold's got the treasure! Now I have to go back and beat Dracula Duck again." Then the death music plays. In Remastered, the same thing happens. However, Scrooge seems to take no notice this time, and does not go back to fight Dracula Duck again.



* SecretLevel: Talk to Launchpad and let him bring you back [[spoiler: when the fifth digit of your score is 7, i.e. 70k points]] and you will access a secret level. In ''[=DuckTales=] Remastered'', [[spoiler: the fifth digit in the total amount of money has to be a 7. This can be made easier by buying stuff in the gallery]]. After that, the cutscene where Launchpad is carrying Scrooge to the level will have Scrooge hanging on to a rope. Jumping off the rope of the plane will take Scrooge to the bonus level. [[spoiler: Doing this for the first time gives the player an achievement titled "A Few Gears Loose"]].

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* SecretLevel: Talk to Launchpad and let him bring you back [[spoiler: when the fifth digit of your score is 7, i.e. 70k points]] and you will access a secret level. In ''[=DuckTales=] Remastered'', [[spoiler: the fifth digit in the total amount of money has to be a 7. This can be made easier by buying stuff in the gallery]]. After that, the cutscene where Launchpad is carrying Scrooge to the level will have Scrooge hanging on to a rope. Jumping off the rope of the plane will take Scrooge to the bonus level. [[spoiler: Doing this for the first time gives the player an achievement titled "A Few Gears Loose"]].



* TimedMission: Although usually with plenty of time when not exploring. ''[=DuckTales=] Remastered'' removed it altogether.

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* TimedMission: Although usually with plenty of time when not exploring. ''[=DuckTales=] Remastered'' removed it altogether.

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* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: The bonus level, the Under Ground, takes place in the sewers of Scotland. Scrooge must traverse on ziplines, jump onto {{Temporary Platform}}s, and rematch the Dark Sorcerer to find the hidden treasure.

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* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: The bonus level, the Under Ground, Underground, takes place in the sewers of Scotland. Scrooge must traverse on ziplines, jump onto {{Temporary Platform}}s, and rematch the Dark Sorcerer to find the hidden treasure.



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[[folder: [=DuckTales=] Remastered]]



* AnimationBump: ''[=DuckTales=] Remastered'' goes from simple 2D sprites to beautiful hand-drawn art. The backgrounds, however, are more polygonal.

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* AnimationBump: ''[=DuckTales=] Remastered'' goes This game takes the series from simple 2D sprites to beautiful hand-drawn art. The backgrounds, however, are more polygonal.



* CreditsGag: The end credits list a "Tyrannical Overlord" and "Consigliere" among the staff.
* DamselInDistress: Inverted; while Huey, Dewey and Louie are kidnapped three times over the course of the game, Webby is never kidnapped even once.

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* CreditsGag: The end credits list a "Tyrannical Overlord" and "Consigliere" "[[TheConsigliere Consigliere]]" among the staff.
* DamselInDistress: Inverted; while Huey, Dewey and Louie are kidnapped captured/kidnapped three times over the course of the game, Webby is never kidnapped even once.once, and in the Himalayan stage it could be argued that she's more useful than the boys are in the entire game.



* EnemyMine: Scrooge and [[spoiler: Glomgold]] join forces to [[spoiler: rescue the nephews and recover the five treasures from Magica]]. Subverted after [[spoiler: it turns out Glomgold was working with her the whole time to make sure that Scrooge delivered his dime to her]].

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* EnemyMine: Scrooge and [[spoiler: Glomgold]] join forces to [[spoiler: rescue the nephews and recover the five treasures from Magica]].Magica. Scrooge agrees to let Glomgold have the treasures as long as he helps get the boys back safely]]. Subverted after [[spoiler: it turns out Glomgold was working with her the whole time to make sure that Scrooge delivered his dime to her]].



* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: In the Money Bin level, Bouncer Beagle mentions that he intends to use Scrooge's money to buy a new hat for Ma Beagle and Baggy Beagle gloats that his mother will be proud of him capturing Scrooge.

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* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: In the Money Bin level, Bouncer Beagle mentions that he intends to use Scrooge's money to buy a new hat for Ma Beagle Beagle, and Baggy Beagle gloats that his mother will be proud of him for capturing Scrooge.



* TheGhost: Ma Beagle and M'Ma Crackshell are mentioned/alluded to by their respective sons Baggy Beagle, Bouncer Beagle and Fenton Crackshell, but neither of them are present in the game.

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* TheGhost: Ma Beagle and M'Ma Crackshell are mentioned/alluded to by their respective sons Baggy Beagle, Bouncer Beagle Beagle, and Fenton Crackshell, but neither of them are present in the game.game.
* GreatBigBookOfEverything: Much like in the cartoon, the boys and Webby make several references to information in the Junior Woodchuck Guidebook.



* {{Hammerspace}}: Scrooge, in the Moon level, says he has one, courtesy of Gyro.

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* {{Hammerspace}}: Scrooge, in In the Moon level, Scrooge says he has one, courtesy of Gyro.



* HeartContainer: On the lower difficulty levels, you can find one in each stage to increase your health. There's an achievement for finding them all.
* HostageForMacGuffin: After the five treasures have been recovered, [[spoiler:Glomgold and the Beagle Boys show up to steal them... only for Magica to show up and steal all five treasures ''and'' the nephews, holding the boys hostage in exchange for the Number One Dime]].



* IHeardThat: Launchpad hears Scrooge calling him an "airhead" in the Amazon.



* IHeardThat: Launchpad hears Scrooge calling him an "airhead" in the Amazon.
%%* JungleJapes: The Amazon level.

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* IHeardThat: Launchpad hears Scrooge calling him an "airhead" in the Amazon.
%%*
JungleJapes: The Just like in the original, the Amazon level.stage takes place in a ruin full of thorns, giant spiders, bees, and other assorted wildlife.



* LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: Previously the [=PlayStation=] 3 version of the game had a retail version of the game containing a voucher to download the game and a collector's pin. The Wii U's retail version will also have the collector's pin along with the game disc, but it is exclusive only to Target retailers.



** Magica's [[spoiler: Mt. Vesuvius]] lair starts collapsing / ''erupting'' after [[spoiler: you defeat Dracula Duck.]]

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** Magica's [[spoiler: Mt. Vesuvius]] lair starts collapsing / and ''erupting'' after [[spoiler: you defeat Dracula Duck.]]



*** The 3 pieces of the Fuel Regulator that some mischievous bunnies decided to swipe in the Himalayas

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*** The 3 pieces of the Fuel Regulator that some mischievous bunnies decided to swipe in the HimalayasHimalayas.



* MineCartMadness: Portions of the Transylvania, African Mines and Mount Vesuvius levels.

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* MineCartMadness: MinecartMadness: Portions of the Transylvania, African Mines Mines, and Mount Vesuvius levels.levels. Subtly {{lampshaded}} by two of Scrooge's lines while in a cart; he can be heard to say "When will this madness end?" and "There's no end to this madness!"



** Yet another one from the original game; at the beginning of the African Mines level, a padlock can be seen in the background. In the original game, this is where a locked door was, forcing the player to head to Transylvania to find the key. Later, you walk past a destroyed catapult, which was used in the original game to hurl Scrooge forward.
** Two of the secret treasures were findable in the original game. The third, the one found in the Amazon, is based on the medal that appears in the newspaper in the original game's ending.

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** Yet another one from the original game; game: at the beginning of the African Mines level, a padlock can be seen in the background. In the original game, this is where a locked door was, forcing the player to head to Transylvania to find the key. Later, you walk past a destroyed catapult, which was used in the original game to hurl Scrooge forward.
** Two of the secret treasures were findable could be found in the original game. The third, the one found in the Amazon, is based on the medal that appears in the newspaper in the original game's ending.



* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In the original game, [[spoiler: it's implied that Glomgold and Magica are working together in the final climbing sequence]]. In the remake, [[spoiler: Glomgold is actually ''slowing Magica down'' by latching onto her, giving Scrooge a chance to beat Magica to the No. 1 dime]]. Granted, [[spoiler: Glomgold is blindly attacking Magicka in frustration rather than actually trying to help Scrooge]].

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In the original game, [[spoiler: it's implied that Glomgold and Magica are working together in the final climbing sequence]]. In the remake, [[spoiler: Glomgold is actually ''slowing Magica down'' by latching onto her, giving Scrooge a chance to beat Magica to the No. 1 dime]].Number One Dime]]. Granted, [[spoiler: Glomgold is blindly attacking Magicka in frustration rather than actually trying to help Scrooge]].



* NotNowKiddo: Scrooge does a variant of this with Webby in the Himalayas stage, but ends up being grateful for her TagalongKid tendencies when she [[spoiler:intervenes in his fight with the Yeti and helps them reach a peaceful resolution]].



* RoleReprisal: Unlike the NES titles, it features the actual voices from the TV series, including TV Legend Creator/AlanYoung as Scrooge [=McDuck=], who is 94 at the time of the game's announcement, and voice over legend Creator/JuneForay as Magica [=DeSpell=], who herself is 95 years old. This is definitely justified by Capcom's corporate officer/senior vice-president Christian Svensson, who said when taking a question from a fan "We have ALL the original voice actors from the show. Scrooge's voice actor, Alan Young, is now 94 years old but he still came into the studio and did his thing like a pro. The voice work really adds a lot to the package." However, some characters, like Gyro (the late Hal Smith), Fenton/Gizmoduck (the late Hamilton Camp), Flintheart Glomgold (also Hal Smith), and Mrs. Beakley (the late Joan Gerber) [[TheOtherDarrin feature all-new voice actors]], due to the passing of the previous voice actors.

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* RoleReprisal: Unlike the NES titles, it features the actual voices from the TV series, including TV Legend Creator/AlanYoung as Scrooge [=McDuck=], who is 94 at the time of the game's announcement, and voice over legend Creator/JuneForay as Magica [=DeSpell=], who herself is 95 years old. This is definitely justified by Capcom's corporate officer/senior vice-president Christian Svensson, who said when taking a question from a fan fan: "We have ALL the original voice actors from the show. Scrooge's voice actor, Alan Young, is now 94 years old but he still came into the studio and did his thing like a pro. The voice work really adds a lot to the package." "
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However, some characters, like Gyro (the late Hal Smith), Fenton/Gizmoduck (the late Hamilton Camp), Flintheart Glomgold (also Hal Smith), and Mrs. Beakley (the late Joan Gerber) [[TheOtherDarrin feature all-new voice actors]], due to the passing of the previous voice actors.



* SecretLevel: You can unlock one, but it's tricky. [[spoiler: The fifth digit in the total amount of money has to be a 7. (This can be made easier by buying stuff in the gallery.)]] After that, the cutscene where Launchpad is carrying Scrooge to the level will have Scrooge hanging on to a rope. Jumping off the rope of the plane will take Scrooge to the bonus level. [[spoiler: Doing this for the first time gives the player an achievement titled "A Few Gears Loose."]]



* VillainTeamUp: The Beagle Boys are working with Flintheart Glomgold. [[spoiler:Glomgold, in turn, is working with Magica.]]



* WorthlessYellowRocks: Clearing the African Mine [[spoiler: involves Scrooge's employees becoming garbage collectors for the Terra Firmians' "garbage rocks" - rocks that are "hard and sharp, and you can't roll on them at all." (AKA ''diamonds.''')]]
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: In a non-fatal example, [[spoiler: Magica transforms the Beagle Boys into "pig-gle boys" (i.e. pigs) after she no longer requires their services]]. Although Glomgold's the one they were working for, [[spoiler: since he and Magica are working together, technically, they were following her orders the whole time]].

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* WorthlessYellowRocks: Clearing the African Mine [[spoiler: involves Scrooge's employees becoming garbage collectors for the Terra Firmians' "garbage rocks" - rocks that are "hard and sharp, and you can't roll on them at all." (AKA (We call them ''diamonds.''')]]
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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: In a non-fatal example, [[spoiler: Magica transforms the Beagle Boys into "pig-gle boys" (i.e. pigs) after she no longer requires their services]]. Although Glomgold's While Glomgold is the one they were working for, who hired them, [[spoiler: since it turns out that he and Magica are working together, so technically, they the Boys were following her orders the whole time]].time]].
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* MisplacedWildlife: The Amazon level has gorillas, which are native to Africa.

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* MisplacedWildlife: The Amazon level has gorillas, which are native to Africa.Africa, and the Himalayas level has mountain goats, which are native to North America.
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* MisplacedWildlife: The Amazon level has gorillas, which are native to Africa.
30th Aug '17 7:42:08 PM thatother1dude
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* FrozenInTime: Bubba Duck. Averted in ''Remastered'' where he just "suffered a deep freeze".
20th Aug '17 9:55:21 PM DoubleU
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* WorldTour: Scrooe goes through the Amazon, the Himalayas, Transylvania, a mine in Africa, and ''the moon'' in the course of this game.

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* WorldTour: Scrooe Scrooge goes through the Amazon, the Himalayas, Transylvania, a mine in Africa, and ''the moon'' in the course of this game.
29th Jul '17 12:56:30 PM nombretomado
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The {{N|intendoEntertainmentSystem}}ES game based on ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' was released in 1989 and developed by Creator/{{Capcom}} (the same team responsible for the ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' franchise) as a product of its licensing deal with Disney. ''[=DuckTales=]'' shares many of the defining features of the ''Mega Man'' games: unique gameplay mechanics, non-linear level selection, and a boatload of catchy music.

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The {{N|intendoEntertainmentSystem}}ES UsefulNotes/{{NES}} game based on ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' was released in 1989 and developed by Creator/{{Capcom}} (the same team responsible for the ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' franchise) as a product of its licensing deal with Disney. ''[=DuckTales=]'' shares many of the defining features of the ''Mega Man'' games: unique gameplay mechanics, non-linear level selection, and a boatload of catchy music.
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* PointOfNoReturn: Once you've gotten all five treasures, [[spoiler:Flintheart kidnaps Webby and beckons Scrooge to his ship with the treasures in tow in order to rescue her]], forcing you to head to the FinalBoss fight with no more opportunities to revisit any of the stages.
14th Jul '17 9:28:44 AM Piterpicher
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Capcom released a downloadable HD remake of the first game with developers Creator/{{WayForward Technologies}} working with Disney to bring the game to life (and musician [[JakeKaufman Jake "virt" Kaufman]] rescoring the music) on August 13th, 2013 for the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 3}}, UsefulNotes/WiiU, and [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows Windows]] (via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}), while UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} received that game on September 11th; a disc-based version of the game came to [=PlayStation=] 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U on November 12th. The HD remake -- ''[=DuckTales=]: Remastered'' -- has a new graphical style (one which aims to mimic the original cartoon), difficulty settings to make things easier or harder for gamers of all skill levels, an expanded storyline, expanded levels, a brand-new final level (Mount Vesuvius), the ability to swim in the Money Bin, unlockable bonus content (including a full-length version of the show's theme song), and '''voice work from the show's original vocal cast''' ([[TheOtherDarrin well, those who were still]] [[AuthorExistenceFailure alive at the time]]). Here's the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVvpkNMnWcs reveal trailer]] in all its [[EarWorm earworm-y]] nostalgic glory.

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Capcom released a downloadable HD remake of the first game with developers Creator/{{WayForward Technologies}} working with Disney to bring the game to life (and musician [[JakeKaufman [[Creator/JakeKaufman Jake "virt" Kaufman]] rescoring the music) on August 13th, 2013 for the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 3}}, UsefulNotes/WiiU, and [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows Windows]] (via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}), while UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} received that game on September 11th; a disc-based version of the game came to [=PlayStation=] 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U on November 12th. The HD remake -- ''[=DuckTales=]: Remastered'' -- has a new graphical style (one which aims to mimic the original cartoon), difficulty settings to make things easier or harder for gamers of all skill levels, an expanded storyline, expanded levels, a brand-new final level (Mount Vesuvius), the ability to swim in the Money Bin, unlockable bonus content (including a full-length version of the show's theme song), and '''voice work from the show's original vocal cast''' ([[TheOtherDarrin well, those who were still]] [[AuthorExistenceFailure alive at the time]]). Here's the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVvpkNMnWcs reveal trailer]] in all its [[EarWorm earworm-y]] nostalgic glory.
8th Jul '17 8:03:38 PM Etheru
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* ArcWelding: The game connects the five treasures via Scrooge finding out a painting he bought is a map to all of them, along with revealing [[spoiler:they're crucial to a ritual that can resurrect Count Dracula Duck]]. Magica De Spell and Flintheart Glomgold are also given greatly expanded roles, [[spoiler:with the former orchestrating the whole thing, and the latter working with her]].
6th Jul '17 12:19:37 PM HeroGal2347
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The {{N|intendoEntertainmentSystem}}ES game based on ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' was released in 1989 and developed by Creator/{{Capcom}} (the same team responsible for the ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' franchise) as a product of its licensing deal with Disney. ''[=DuckTales=]'' shares many of the defining features of the ''Mega Man'' games: unique gameplay mechanics, non-linear level selection, and a boatload of catchy music.

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The {{N|intendoEntertainmentSystem}}ES game based on ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' was released in 1989 and developed by Creator/{{Capcom}} (the same team responsible for the ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' franchise) as a product of its licensing deal with Disney. ''[=DuckTales=]'' shares many of the defining features of the ''Mega Man'' games: unique gameplay mechanics, non-linear level selection, and a boatload of catchy music.
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