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The Sega Genesis really hit full stride in the 90s with a handful of amazing Disney games. Among all those amazing Mickey games and excellent licensed Aladdin and Lion King games, there was the stellar adventure of Donald Duck doing his best Indiana Jones impression. Join three of the biggest (read: only) Quackshot fans in the Game Informer office as we plunger-gun our way through Duckberg, Mexico, and Transylvania in this under-appreciated gem.
In case you're wondering who the last crusaders of Quackshot are, it's Andrew Reiner, Dan Ryckert, and myself. In this episode we rediscover Donald's unconventional but useful firearm, zip across the roofs of Duckberg, and tip-toe through a strangely spooky stealth segment.
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Oh yeah the suicide pact! That was a great book - really added some depth to the characters of the brother and sister bears.
OMG she was a mouse guys!!! Not a chipmunk... or i really need to rethink my tastes... that came out wrong..
This was one of my absolute favorites back in the Genesis days. Awesome episode. Thanks for taking me back to my childhood guys! I still have a Genesis console in a box in my closet... I should see if I can find a copy of this game somewhere.
funnest replay to date!
Quackshot looked fun. But man, I loved the Bernstein Bears books as a kid, but that game looked awful.
I know that's referring to a quote. I remember the quote that states how Bears are Godless killing machines I just don't remember who said it...
My sister owned the Bearenstein Bears game when I was young, which I played sometimes when I was bored. Thanks for playing it guys and reminding me how bad it was.
kid games need more suicide pacts.