Now that I've played it:I've remastered some of it 1:1, and completely reworked some of it. Same:- You took over the control completely from the Gameboy version/NES version, really great, that's how it must be! - Also the level of difficulty has remained almost the same, there are at least no memory points in the level, which can be sometimes really hard! The opponents are for the most part also in their historically ancestral place! Revised:- A new small level at the beginning. - cutscenes that you as a true Ducktal fan don't feel too long -). UND: - The last level is completely new, really hard, like the three (!) boss days at the end. You quickly get back to the main screen and knock the controller off. And that's good! It gives you that feeling back from the old days when you made a game like this, the feeling of having to call a buddy because you got over that shit boss! It's this feeling we worship Dark Souls for, and it comes from that time when we played, hated, and loved Ducktales on Sunday morning at Darkwing Duck! Buy it, get nostalgic, and play it through!
10 years after its initial release, Legend of Kay - Anniversary is a thoroughly remastered version of the original game: high-resolution textures; new, more detailed character models; modern rendering techniques and crystal-clear surround sound give this great classic a new shine. 2b1af7f3a8