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We've been getting a lot of requests in the comment sections of Replay, and many of you mentioned that you'd like to see some NES titles. We figure most gamers have a pretty clear memory of the obvious choices (Mario, Zelda, Punch-Out) thanks to re-releases, emulators, and the Virtual Console, so we landed on Scrooge McDuck's treasure-hunting adventures. It was well-received when it was released and many gamers have feelings of nostalgia for it, but how does the gameplay hold up two decades later? Check out the new episode below and just try to get the cartoon's theme out of your head.
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I now really want to play duck tales
never heard of it but this game actually looked pretty fun
The awfulness of Road Warrior reminds me of the awfulness of Rambo for Nintendo. Gotta love when movie games are nothing like the movies themselves
i taught that you would play all of ducktales! this sucked! somewhat funny and yes entertaining which is at the end the goal! But I wanted to see Ducktales!
haha wow i might just pick this up next time I'm at the store we have here.
Anyone else notice what was up with the map for DuckTales 2? Scotland is on the USA, Niagara is on Greenland, and Egypt is where South America would be if Central America didnt exist.
Great game, just played this with my kids the other night actually. Brings back awesome memories.
I think you should do a tony hawk game!!
Stupid theme song...stuck in head...can't...get...RID OF IT!!!
Addicting theme song leave my mind.
wow I am seven again.
how is it possable that on the 1st page no one said that Huey Duey and Luey are Donalds Nephews and not his sons O_O
i love ducktales! best game ever for the nes!
Because we have a Crazy *clap clap* duck in space *clap clap* you're greedy and your old! You got a creepy *clap clap* scottish accent too *clap clap* and you bathe in gold! BATHE IN GOLLLDDD!!
Yo Noid! was a staple of my childhood. Fond memories of that one. It was kind of cheap at times with the deaths, but it was built around trial and error, memorizing the perfect pathway and timing to get through the level. I really wish you had played at least to the end of the level and had a pizza eating contest with the local villain. Those were the best part!
This was a great Game! I loved how you could choose the level! Now if only Nintendo had it on Virtual Console...
ah this game was the ***
now i'm hungry for pizza. ironically not dominos pizza