A long time coming for a remastered HD DuckTales

By Mark Limburg, Monday, 20 May 2013 05:51 GMT

As we get closer and closer to release of a fully HD remastering of the classic DuckTales game, word comes in from Christian Svensson about how long it has taken to get the project off the ground and voice acting.

Over on the official Capcom forums, “Sven” has made mention that the HD remake of DuckTales started back in early 2010, and it’s taken near two years for the project to get the green light.

In addition, “Sven” also posted a response to a fan who asked if any of the original voice actors will return for the remake. The answer, was not only a resounding YES, but ALL of them are returning – including the veteran 93 year old Alan Young, the voice of Scrooge himself.

It’s almost time to Sing-A-Long! Duck Tales, Woo-oo!

Thanks, GameInformer.

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