Scrooge McDuck and his family travel around the world searching for legendary treasures.



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Complete credited cast:
Eric Bauza ...
Fenton / Gizmoduck / Chief (voice)
Gyro (voice)
Magica De Spell (voice)
Mrs. Beakley (voice)
Worker (voice)
Launchpad (voice)
Pat Musick ...
Computer Voice (voice)
Huey / Dewey / Louie / Webby (voice)
Bigtime Beagle / Baggy Beagle / Bubba Duck / Dracula Duck / Terra Firmie King / Snow Monster (voice)
Scrooge McDuck (voice)

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Scrooge McDuck and his family travel around the world searching for legendary treasures.

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13 August 2013 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


For promotion of the game, Capcom sent 150 limited edition lunchboxes to different members of the gaming press. Each lunchbox contained a gold NES cartridge, a coupon for the Green Cheese of Longevity, and a fake ad for an upcoming cassette soundtrack. All items were padded into the box by a ground made of actual (but shredded) US dollar bills. See more »


[first lines]
[a robbery goes on at Scrooge's money bin]
Scrooge McDuck: Curse me kilts! Me money bin alarm! Quick, Duckworth, get the limo!
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Crazy Credits

The end credits list a "Tyrannical Overlord" and "Consigliere" among the staff. See more »


References DuckTales (1987) See more »


Written by Mark Mueller
Performed by Jeffrey Pescetto
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Tales of derring do, bad and good luck tales
9 May 2014 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

Of all the classic games getting HD remasters over the past few years surely Capcom could do wrong with Ducktales, a classic from the NES that I never had the privilege to play since I was loyal to Sega. The blocky 8-bit sprites are now lovely hand-drawn animations and the backgrounds are now 3D, which I found a little incongruous to begin with but they work well with each other. The DuckTales cast return to voice the characters, which gives it even more of a cartoon feel. As a remaster it's fine.

The gameplay is a bit of a let-down. It's the standard platformer controls, and virtually identical to the NES, but the collision detection is far from perfect and the lenghty cut-scenes, inserted to give the overall story more coherence, are not skippable, which begins to grate after a first play-through.

There are 20 trophies in total, and not only is there no platinum, there isn't even any gold trophies. A few of them are ruthlessly hard and the game just doesn't have enough to offer to make fighting for them worth it.

You'll probably get about 1.5 play-throughs of this game before you get bored of it. It's not bad, but there certainly is room left for improvement.

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