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Subject: Disney Capcom Game Remake Date: 3/27/2013 6:08 AM
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I've posted before how I think Disney would be smart to re-release some of their older video games again. Games that came out on the NES, SNES,Game Boy and Genesis really were pretty good (although difficult).

There is an article out that says Capcom is remaking the old NES game Duck Tales. Thought this was pretty interesting. I definitely endorse such a project and hope more games are either remade or the originals are offered for download on the e-shops of the major consoles. I also read in one article that the game Aladdin is being considered for a remake.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/alexknapp/2013/03/26/capcom-is-r...

Please note that they are making a point of the fact that the game won't be as hard as it was. This is to appeal to casual gamers of today. Excellent move.

Disney should somehow integrate either remakes or original versions of their games (made easier) with Infinity: buy a package of Infinity figures (like a 3-set of Skylanders) that contains a game whose goal is to get to the end and unlock an original Disney NES/SNES/whatever game. Be a great selling point, and great synergy.
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