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Submitted by azzronulation 639d ago | preview

Hands on with DuckTales Remastered | n3rdabl3

The gameplay is as hard as it’s ever been which I love, it’s not been made any easier and at times it’s frustrating, if anything it’s exactly like the original title in terms of difficulty. The controls are ridiculously simple too with one button for jump and another to make Scrooge use his walking stick as a pogo stick and use his cane to hit various objects. Immediately I discovered that there’s a knack to using the pogo jump at the right time or you’ll just end up bouncing into an enemy. It’s simple controls like this that let you get more involved with the gameplay and the story rather than stopping every few seconds to check you’re hitting the right button. (DuckTales Remastered, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

kelstretch  +   639d ago
must.play.this.
Xeserox  +   639d ago
This is one of the few reasons to hook the Xbox back up!
maniacmayhem  +   639d ago
One of the best games on NES. Surprisingly good, now if only Konami would remake/remaster the Goonies II.

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