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Topic: Have you played NES DuckTales?

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Bass_X0

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1. Posted:

As a kid, I borrowed it from a friend at school so for a short while but not recently. I remember enjoying it though.

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Ryno

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2. Posted:

I have a copy. it's one of Capcom's best NES game's which is saying a lot because Capcom had a ton of great games for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

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WaveBoy

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3. Posted:

I've got a copy too. And whenever i think of NES DuckTales, it instantly takes me back to a kickin' hot retro summer where i split open my foot from a whacky slip in slide 'glass' incident.lol Ducktales defintily got me through that Stitchy time. :p Great game! And yes...It's better than Capcom's other funktastic effort Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers

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Geonjaha

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4. Posted:

Nah. I played the GB one though. Great game, and I still have a physical copy - luckily they're still pretty cheap nowadays.

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bezerker99

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5. Posted:

I've played the NES and the Gameboy one. Beat 'em too!!

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7th_lutz

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6. Posted:

I own a copy since the 90's. It is one of my favorite games for the NES.

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CrimsonFire

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7. Posted:

NO

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cheetahman91

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8. Posted:

Yep. Haven't beaten it yet though.

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Permafrost

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9. Posted:

Had it not. Borrowed it from my cousin.
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bezerker99

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10. Posted:

DuckTales for the Nintendo Entertainment System was probably my most rented game growing up (followed closely by the likes of Maniac Mansion). I would rent it almost every weekend. XD

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Mk_II

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11. Posted:

Yes. And Duck Tales 2. I've got them both in my NES game collection

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WildMan

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12. Posted:

Nope, but I had (and still have) Donald Duck's Quack Shot for the Sega Genesis. That was a great game also!

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DarkLloyd

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13. Posted:

never played it, but i assume this thread was made in celebration of the remake announcement?

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StarBoy91

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14. Posted:

Yes, I have, and I think it's a really good game despite its brevity :)

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KingDunsparce

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15. Posted:

Nope, I've heard its great though

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CanisWolfred

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16. Posted:

I've seen enough videos that I might as well have.

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kkslider5552000

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17. Posted:

It was one of the first games I ever beat, along with Chip n Dale's Rescue Rangers and Kirby's Adventure. I preferred the latter 2 games but Ducktales is so nostalgic for me.

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the_shpydar

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18. Posted:

bezerker99 wrote:

DuckTales for the Nintendo Entertainment System was probably my most rented game growing up. I would rent it almost every weekend. XD

Same here. The only thing that would prevent a rental was if someone else had grabbed it from the store first! :D

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19. Posted:

YES to the HELL YES :O

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SparkOfSpirit

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20. Posted:

I own it, yes. It's still one of my favorite games- there's no game quite like it.

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