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The Disney Afternoon Collection

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Starring a cast of beloved Disney characters, The Disney Afternoon Collection takes you back to a golden era of gaming and afternoons filled with adventure. Hunt for treasure around the globe as Scrooge McDuck, fight crime as the hero Darkwing Duck, take to the skies as ace pilot Baloo the bear, and enjoy co-op as Chip and Dale to take down Fat Cat. The collection includes the following six games: 1. Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2. Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 3. DuckTales 4. DuckTales 2 5. Darkwing Duck 6. TaleSpin All six classic games feature new and improved visuals and include filtering options that replicate a retro look and feel. This collection also offers new ways to play with Boss Rush and Time Attack modes, each of which encourages time-based gameplay and features online leaderboards.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

This is a rompack bundled with an emulator and some garnish. It includes six of Capcom's famous Disney-based games from the NES era. Packed with a pretty game launcher, a few extra game modes like time attack or, the surprisingly entertaining, boss rush and a small art gallery. As far as the games themselves go, most of them were quite popular back in the day, so the nostalgia factor is strong with this package. Arguably though even back then, they were fairly overrated. Much of their popularity was owed to the great animated series they were based on, rather than their own merit.
Rescue Rangers and its sequel, while rather decent, were trivially easy. On the other hand, Darkwing Duck was hellishly difficult with sadistically designed boss fights. Kudos to anyone who managed to finish that game without cheating, an impressive achievement that one would be. While TalesSpin was just awkward, Baloo seems to be flying a bucket instead of a plane. If this rompack did not come with a rewind feature, which allows you to turn time back to before your latest misstep, I doubt I would bother finishing those two games. I doubt I would bother getting past the first level in fact. The clear exception to all this is DuckTales and its sequel. Both excellent platformers, if a bit short. But that exception, only serves to confirm the rule.
So do I recommend this rompack? Well, I would be hard pressed to, particularly when the highlight is DuckTales and there is a DuckTales remake available on Steam already. In fact, I would recommend that one instead. As far as this one goes, maybe for people who want to also revisit the originals it would make sense to try it. So, if you have played these games before and do feel the nostalgia, I'd say buy this package, on a sale.

Review from Steam

These games really remind you what its like to live your childhood from the NES days all over again. I thought it would never happen and these games would not see the light of day but it did and Capcom did a great job of putting this together. The only gripe is that the Little Mermaid is absent from this collection which should have been an essential game included in this collection. Maybe they will release a Disney Afternoon Collection 2 which has Mickey Mousecapade , Adventures in the Magic Kingdom and also Little Mermaid.
Other than this, I'm just happy to play these fun Disney Classics again after so many years.

Review from Steam

The Good: Memories of my childhood.
The Bad: Gadget Hackwrench probably made me furry.
The Ugly: Disney ruins everything that is sacred.

Review from Steam

Classic Capcom titles, what's not to like? Except the name of the collection.

Review from Steam

Well.. you got what you paid for. It's a nice collection of NES games. If you can get it on sale it's worth it
for the time attack and boss rush modes. Didn't see any problems with the games, they play normalliy and they are solid Capcom quality.
Recommended if you need them.

Review from Steam

Old but gold. The Capcom Disney NES games have always been top tier, and this is a great collection of the best ones with extra artwork, time trials and a boss rush mode. Wait for it to go on sale, because the asking price is a bit steep for a ROM collection.

Review from Steam

Huge Nostalgia Trip. For Some...
I will recommend this game to people who enjoy hard retro games, 8 bit music and have a controller to play with.
I haven't played the originals but I really enjoyed the shows they are based on.
The games were great when they were first released. But despite how simple they are, they are definitely not as intuitive as super mario bros.
Also as tradition for nes games they are incredibly hard, although capcom has added a rewind button so you can practise and undo your mistakes.
The music is great if you enjoyed the show and you bit crushed parodies, however it can not be adjusted in game only by volume on your device not in game.
The achievements are hard and yet mostly reasonable.
Quick math will tell you that this game is a great deal, soundtracks, artwork and 6 games all for 20 dollars is a great deal, however I would still wait for sale, for while it is a very reasonable price. I personally feel better knowing I paid as little as possible for games that are too hard to complete (for me), but maybe that's just me.

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