- Oct 25, 2017
Folks who had PS+ in Jan 2015, and have been keeping up with the PS+ titles should have the ps3 version in their library already.
What if you got it through PS+ back a few years ago and your subscription is still active after the D-list date and then you let your PS+ lapse for a month and then re-subscribe, will you still be able to download it again if you deleted it prior to D-List date?
If Microsoft can give out Too Human for free like that, I'm sure this will be in the clear.
I don’t think the game’s out on PS4.
Hmmm, that's a good question.What if you got it through PS+ back a few years ago and your subscription is still active after the D-list date and then you let your PS+ lapse for a month and then re-subscribe, will you still be able to download it again if you deleted it prior to D-List date?
Yes, you will get the game back. You have Ducktales on your account permanently on "Plus status" where you can play and download it if you have Plus.What if you got it through PS+ back a few years ago and your subscription is still active after the D-list date and then you let your PS+ lapse for a month and then re-subscribe, will you still be able to download it again if you deleted it prior to D-List date?
Gameplay wise it's good. Sprites are incredible. However, the 3D backgrounds do not gel well with them at all. There is also a lot of story scenes, and while it's cool they got the original cast back for them, they really mess up the game flow as there's so many of them. I *think* they added an option to skip them later.
Yeah, don’t fall for the talk like I did a while back. I was led to believe it was some amazing platformer I’d missed in the NES day’s....yeah right.
While this may be true in some cases, this might be the last time you can get it cheap in case you change your mind in the future, so it's worth considering even if you only have a tiny interest in it.
That isn't true at all. I just can't afford to buy every game I want to get at some point at release without any kind of sale. Nor do I know about every game all the time. I have to prioritize what I think me, personally, would like to play right now. But if something i am interested in is getting delisted, then it gets bumped up. This...isn't that crazy.
It appears the Steam release is a DRM free title.
That’s not true. There’s plenty of games I want, that aren’t at the top of my want list. But if they’re going to be delisted, I’d buy them immediately.
What if there were no VAs? That game had as much talking as it did gameplay. It couldn’t go 10 seconds without stopping to interject some unnecessary prelude to you finding the next treasure chest or whatever the fuck.
I had a wonderful time with the game's director, Austin Ivansmith, tons of years ago when you guys were working on the title. He came to a conference in Spain and we showed him a game we were working at the time and I created the world of it and he absolutely loved the concept (it was basically cuphead before cuphead, so classic black and white animation themed, but and adventure game isntead of a shoot and run). He was so cool he started showing us WIP animation of ducktales and how proud he was of the game the team was working on.I've worked on bunch that I won't get into but this was the best for me for some reasons that are unique to this title. This was the best mostly because the team LOVED working on this title and the fans were so fun to talk to about it. Working with the VO cast made it special in ways that other projects haven't for obvious reasons. The comments above about PAX was a reason too. Doing an announce at a consumer event was really fun. Ducktales just made people happy and it was felt throughout development.
This is as intended. It’s being delisted on August 9th at 5:00pm Pacific Time as noted in our blog post. That means it will be August 10th in some countries and time zones.
Yes, because the disc is essentially a key that allows you access to download the emulated version and play it.
It's not crazy that this keeps happening. Physical games also go out of production. You can't phone up Capcom and ask them to ship you a brand new copy of the game once it goes out of print and the license has expired to manufacture more copies. You CAN however buy a used copy off of somebody else who no longer wants the game.