If you’re excited for the upcoming reboot of Disney’s DuckTales cartoon and are looking for some more 80’s nostalgia, then Capcom may have you covered. The company was well known for adapting cartoons from The Disney Afternoon into video games, and some of them are said to be the best NES games of all time. Now, Capcom is giving you another chance to play them with The Disney Afternoon Collection.

The collection will consist of six games: Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers, Rescue Rangers 2, Darkwing Duck, TaleSpin, DuckTales, and DuckTales 2. All games will come with new time attack and boss rush game modes. They’ll also feature a rewind feature that allows you to fix a mistake you might have made. The game will even come with additional concept art that gives a behind-the-scenes look of the all these classic titles.

The Disney Afternoon Collection will release in just a little over a month on April 18th. It will be available on Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 and will only cost $19.99. You can watch the announcement trailer above!

I’m personally pretty excited to get to play these since they’re a little outside my time. What do you guys think of this? Are you excited to live out some old Disney nostalgia? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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