Capcom Reiterates Stance On Further Disney Remastering
Posted by Andy Green
If DuckTales: Remastered sells, more could be made
When DuckTales: Remastered was announced by Capcom earlier this year, speculation that the publisher may create HD adaptations of its other classic Disney titles naturally emerged.
This anticipation for another has been snowballing ever since and was fueled when the game's producer Rey Jimenez revealed that should the remake be successful it could lead to more Disney games being remade.
That statement has now been given further weight, with Capcom employee Jimmy Rey stating on the Capcom Unity forums that "the better [DuckTales: Remastered] does, the more likely we'll do another".
During the 1980s and '90s Capcom released a series of much-loved Disney titles on the NES and SNES, including Chip n' Dale Rescue Rangers, Aladdin, Darkwing Duck and Goof Troop. DuckTales was an absolute classic on the NES and you can see what we thought of the remake in our DuckTales: Remastered review.
Jimenez has said Chip n' Dale would be the next logical step should the remastering continue, but which Disney title would you like to see appear in the Wii U eShop? Let us know in the comment section below.