Capcom Go Retro with the Disney Afternoon Collection

If you’re a fan of Capcom and a fan of the 90s, there’s been a ltitle news today which just might put a smile on your little feathered face. Capcom have announced today the Disney Afternoon collection, a compilation of 6 titles which feature our beloved Disney characters from the 80s and 90s.

It’s time to start parting your hair in the center again as we enjoy some beautifully restored classics, in beautiful 1080p HD and even with new game modes, the collection looks to be a corker for young and old alike.

You can relive your childhood afternoons with some classics;

Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers 1 and 2. Players will team up with Chip and Dale to put the notorious Fat Cat behind bars and rescue the missing kitten. In the second installment, Fat Cat has escaped but this time Chip and Dale are joined by loyal friends Monterey Jack and Zipper to stop his plans for World domination.

Darkwing Duck. The original caped crudader takes to the screens once more in a platforming epic as you fight to save the city from the infamour F.O.W.L Organization.

Ducktales and Ducktales 2. One of the most iconic platformers ever made, Ducktales isn’t just coming back to our TV screens (with David Tennant as Scrooge McDuck that should be a doozy) but back to our joypads as we travel on capers worldwide to make our favourite Uncle that little bit richer.

One of the best side-scrolling shoot-em-ups ever created, TaleSpin takes us with the skies with Baloo the bear as we navigate our way through exotic and dangerous locations

I don’t think we ever really left the 90s here in Pixel towers and while we do love modern gaming, it’s great to see titles such as this shine once again. Each game is listed as a New and Improved version of the originals, which we’re promised will give a number of filtering options for those who like their look a little more retro.

Each game also introduces new modes with Time Attack and boss Rush available for all, and a Rewind feature making it a little kinder on those new to the titles. A noteworthy addition for those who love a bit of history is the in game Disney Museum, which will provide a wealth of content to celebrate the era of the original releases, including Character Art, Adverts, Concept Art and music, all in their original glory.

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