The “Disney Afternoon Collection” launches April 18 on PlayStation four, Xbox One and Windows PC, and contains six video games primarily based on characters from Disney’s late-80s and mid-90s TV programming block.

Video game big Capcom has introduced a shock Disney nostalgia mission for April 2017.

“DuckTales” was upgraded and re-released in 2013 as “DuckTales: Remastered”, and it’s the unique that leads the “Disney Afternoon Collection” right here.

As with all of the video games within the compendium, it comprises a variety of further options designed to ease the journey again in time.

A rewind function lets gamers undo errors or failed strikes, there’s a boss rush that lets gamers sort out solely the game’s end-of-level enemies, and on-line leaderboards facilitate on the spot speedrun comparisons (although rule out using Rewind).

Concept artwork, sketches, music and different extras are additionally promised.

Joining 1989’s “DuckTales” and bookending the collection is its direct sequel, “DuckTales 2″, which was well-received however a lot much less well-circulated when it was launched on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993.

Also included are each “Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers” and “Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers 2″ starring Disney’s mischievous chipmunks on missions to defeat Fat Cat’s plans; “Darkwing Duck” has its avian superhero got down to save his metropolis from felony group FOWL.

Those 5 soar ‘n’ run platform video games are joined by “TaleSpin” primarily based on the cartoon that includes Baloo the bear from “The Jungle Book”, which as a substitute suits into the side-scrolling shoot ’em up style that was fashionable on the time.

All six have been produced by Tokuro Fujiwara, who labored on a variety of unique Capcom classics akin to “Ghost ‘n Goblins”, “Mega Man”, “Commando” and “Bionic Commando”.

All six remasters are primarily based on the unique Nintendo Entertainment System releases (and re-released, although with out the rewind, time assault or boss rush options, by means of its eShop as Virtual Console downloads for more moderen consoles). JB

Source: inquirer