For a collector, the physical copy is the only one that matters. In this case, you'll have to make do with just the box, but that's okay, right?

Ducktales Remastered , the high-definition remake of the old-school classic, is currently available to download on the PlayStation 3, Wii U and PC. The Xbox 360 version will be ready to go on September 11.

But the true collector only wants the physical copy and if you qualify, you had best act fast. As revealed at the Capcom-Unity blog , the boxed version of the game is now shipping to stores. But bear in mind that supplies are "hyper-limited" so if you wait, you'll probably miss out. The physical copy is priced at $20 and includes a voucher for the game (yeah, no disc), a cover art sleeve, and an exclusive collector's pin of Scrooge McDuck.

If you remember the original title with a great fondness, you might want to spring for DuckTales Remastered .

Related Game(s): DuckTales Remastered

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firesoul453
firesoul453
7 years ago

Dang I was hoping for a real physical copy, dissapointing

Yukian
Yukian
7 years ago

Would only a box and a piece of paper get any collector's value? Even if one doesn't use up the voucher it's not the same as if it were a disc…

Cesar_ser_4
Cesar_ser_4
7 years ago

It will since the physical discs are nonexistent whatsoever.

Underdog15
Underdog15
7 years ago

All I'd need is the picture of the artwork and I'll make my own damn box.

Cesar_ser_4
Cesar_ser_4
7 years ago

With hookers and blackjack? (Futurama reference)

frylock25
frylock25
7 years ago

in fact screw the box art and the black jack!

Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
7 years ago

Charging people for a box on a digital download game! Is there no low Capcom won't stoop to. Seriously, Something like this should have been posted as a reward to people who pre-ordered the game. Besides it wouldn't have cost them that much more to make the disc.

The reason I have my physical gaming collection is for future proof purposes. When Sony's PS3 servers eventually go down. I will still have access to all the game I love. This con, misses the entire point of having a gaming collection and I pity people that actually buy it.

Crabba
Crabba
7 years ago

seriously.

"In this case, you'll have to make do with just the box, but that's okay, right?"

No. Not OK.


Last edited by Crabba on 8/24/2013 4:49:31 AM

GreyGhost
GreyGhost
7 years ago

The collector pin makes it worth it … Disney pins go up in value, especially rarer ones …