The Disney Afternoon Collection, as Capcom is calling it, features six NES classics: The previously released DuckTales and its sequel, both Chip N' Dale: Rescue Rangers games, Darkwing Duck, and Talespin.
Capcom has announced a revival of some of its classic NES games. The titular heroes and supporting cast of Monterey Jack, Gadget and Zipper must stop Fat Cat from his evil desire of world domination.
Some of the finest licensed 2D platformers in the late '80s and early '90s came of Capcom's deal with Disney, and now a bunch of them are coming back.
In addition to remastered graphics, the games possess some swanky new features. You might want to wait and see how The Disney Afternoon Collection fares with critics before plunking down your $20.
Darkwing Duck - Play as the original caped crusader and fight a city full of criminals from the infamous F.O.W.L. organization in this action-packed platforming epic.
DuckTales and DuckTales 2 - As the millionaire Scrooge McDuck, head on a treasure seeking adventure on a pogo stick. Each are HD versions of the original games, but they include filter options that make them feel like the old gems they are - something we're seeing in more retro releases these days.
TaleSpin - Players take control of Baloo in this shoot 'em up and take to the skies.
Also a Rewind feature is present allowing players to rewind time in order to recover from a missed jump or error.
Add to this boss rush and time attack modes, a wealth of behind-the-scenes "museum" content, and a requisite 1080p up-res, and you've got yourself what sure sounds like a modern remaster. Boss Rush modes will be included, as will concept art from back when the games were first developed. It will launch on April 18 for $19.99 / £15.99 / €19.99.