Us PC gamers get the really short end of the stick these days. Sure, we have exclusives because there are some genres of games that are better suited to the PC’s unique control scheme, but overall, major devs are focusing more on consoles. If we ever get a port of their flagship games, it’s either poorly done (30 fps cap, lack of configuration options) or DRMed up the wazoo.
Capcom, at least, is one of the companies that have never forgotten the PC. Sure, a lot of their games lately were panned by critics and fans alike, but as far as ports are concerned, they never leave out the PC-only gamers. Case in point: they have recently announced that DuckTales Remastered (which was developed with Wayforward) will be making its way to PC as well.
Ducktales is a Wii U, Xbox 360, and PS3 game (also, PC! yay!) that takes the classic DuckTales game from the NES and enhances it with HD graphics and a better soundtrack. What’s more, the voices will be done by the original voice actors from the 80s show. Coupled with the original theme song (Duck-tales! Woo-hoo-hoo!) and we’re talking about a real trip down memory lane.
IGN has a side-by-side comparison video of Ducktales Remastered and the original: