An overwhelming number of you are interested in Capcom's upcoming DuckTales Remastered. I know I am. The original game was an oft-played game in my home when I was a kid and I still bring it back out every now and then for another run. I can clear it in under an hour and those muscle memories never really go away. I can't wait to see what developer WayForward can do with the old classic. From what I've seen so far, DuckTales is looking fantastic. Sidequest for you: as it turns out, Amazon has the first season of the original cartoon streaming free for Prime members, so Nicole and I fired it up a few weekends ago to see if it held up from our memories. The original five-part premiere is available that sets up the entire premise of the series and introduces the characters. Neither of us remembered seeing it, so we thought we'd watch an episode. And then another. And another. Long story short, it's held up well and it's worth revisiting for a bit if you're an old fan. There are jokes buried in there that you probably didn't catch as a kid. That was certainly our experience.
Changing subjects, let's talk a minute to talk about games that don't exist. Or, rather, games that could exist. In the past few weeks we've learned that Capcom was considering a first-person shooter reboot of Mega Man X. There's a pitch for an Assassin's Creed fighting game floating around out there. The Internet loves to joke that Naughty Dog's next Uncharted game will be a kart racer. Wario fans clamor that he should have his own RPG to stand against Mario's adventures. Which of these games, if real, would you most want to play? Have some fun with this one. Let's hear your thoughts.