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 APPLE TV NEWS - NEW RELEASE

[Update] WayForward's DuckTales: Remastered jumps into Apple and Android TV, out now

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Product: DuckTales: Remastered | Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios | Genre: Conversion, Platform, Retro
For: Apple TV   Also on: Android, iPhone, iPad
 
Update on March 4th at 11:43: DuckTales: Remastered is also out now on Android TV.

Thanks to Jahan Khan Ward-Rashid for the tip.





Ducktales
was a platformer that came out on the NES in 1989. 

It gained the status of cult title and became even Capcom's highest selling title at the time. In 2015, it inspired a remastered version by the experts at WayForward on iOS.

In our review we thought it was an excellent blast from the past but it wasn't "quite worth the asking price".

And that's a good thing then that the game has been reduced in price since then as you can grab it for £3.99.

It's out now as a universal app on your Apple TV so if you bought the game on your iPhone or iPad, you'll have it on your TV for free.

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A controller is recommended though as the game can be quite hard.

Thanks to Infiniteloop over on Neogaf.

 

Clement Renaudin 3 March 2016
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