The lights are on
Capcom took fan questions on its online message board and confirmed that the show's original voice actors have returned to work on the game.
The confirmation comes from Capcom's corporate officer/senior vice-president Christian Svensson who said, "We have ALL the original voice actors from the show. Scrooge's voice actor [Alan Young] is now 94 years old but he still came into the studio and did his thing like a pro. The voice work really adds a lot to the package."
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Developers really need to remaster a lot classic games
DuckTales needs to make a comeback Family Guy style ... maybe they can throw in a DarkwingDuck cameo too :D
This is amazing
That's great news! I really can't wait to play this on my Wii U this summer! Svensson is a genius for thinking of remaking this game!
This is great! I'll have to cough up some money when this releases. :D
I remember watching this show when I was a kid. Never played the game, but I will definitely play this game!!
Gotta love ironic last names!
RESCUE RANGERS NEXT, PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
mad props to Alan Young
I will say I was too young and didn't have a console at the time to play any games at '94. Yet now know my love for all the Duck cartoons. This is so much win. I can't believe Capcom did something that I love.......wait is this Capcom? The voice acting will not be crap?
THAT IS NOT CAPCOM! IMPOSTOR! There is no way a Capcom game can have great voice acting!!!! Even if it is a remastered version of an old game.
Is that an awesome hint from Disney?
I watched Duck Tales everyday when I was a kid, thus the nostalgia is strong with this announcement. I'm also excited that Way Forward is the developer behind this remake since their 2D games are often top notch.
I honestly couldn't be more excited. A few of the backgrounds looked like they needed additional textures, but honestly, I'm sold. It's nice to see voice-acting getting recognition, too!