A look at the DuckTales Remastered PS3 retail edition
posted on 07.12.13 at 06:31 PM EDT by (@salromano)
Back off the valuables, you nasty lizards, you!

Capcom has shared the final box art and collector’s pin design for the PlayStation 3-exclusive retail version of DuckTales Remastered, due out on August 20 in North America.

The retail version will come with a download code for the digital game and a limited edition collector’s pin of Scrooge McDuck for $19.99.

DuckTales Remastered will also be available on PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade, the Wii U eShop, and PC digital download for $14.99. See release dates for those here.

View a high-res version of the box art and pin at the gallery.

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  • $48552495

    Wait, so basically we get the box, with a piece of paper inside it to download the game content? What the shit

    • Skeletor

      I feel exactly the same way. Why even say you can buy a retail version when you dont even get a damn disc.

      Dumb.

    • RSene

      LOL

      I thought the same. They could have included the disc with the game.

      • Elvick

        Why? So you install the game from the disc and then have to put a disc in to play a game installed on your PS3?

        That sounds better to you?

        • bloodiOS

          Well, I’d normally expect a retail copy of a game to behave like one should, so that I can just put in the disc and play. But more than that though, it’s just more of a personal thing but having an actual disc that I can hold in my hands makes it feels more like it actually belongs to me, as oppose to just having data stored in the HDD.

          • Elvick

            But… PSN games released at retail don’t work that way. They install from the disc.

            They weren’t made to run off a disc.

            • Bloodios

              Which is why I thought it’s pointless to release it in a box anyway.

              • Elvick

                So don’t buy it. Yay freedom.

                I however will buy this version.

                • Bloodios

                  Yeah, I won’t. Just felt like expressing my thought on the matter. I personally would’ve like a proper retail version though.

        • RSene

          Well, actually, I expect the boxed version of a game to include the physical version pf that game. Who buys a boxed version of a PS3 game to get the digital version?

          If I wanted the digital version, I could get it easier at the PSN. But gamers choose the physical version for a reason, you know?

        • RSene

          But of course it souds better for me! Considering you get the real physical edition of the game, having to install it and use the disc to play it, is not a problem, Never was!

          I’ve been doin this for years now, in my PS3, X360, PC, never had a problem with that. It’s a excuse.

        • Skeletor

          It sounds better to me to have a disc I put into any ps3 and play it off said disc. No install.

          Just insert disc and play.

          Been collecting games for over 25 years and, call me old fashioned but I like physical media.

          • Sybnios

            Because I have been also collecting games since 1991 what Capcom did is super exciting!! A physical box of a wonderful game that of course I own for the NES is superb for any collector and retro gamer! Your problem is the disc?! Dude they sell this for 20$ its such a small game that it would be stupid to give us a BD and more expensive!! They give you a collectible PIN, a code for the game and a BOX. This IS old fashioned. Do you like more that M$ gives just a digital version and xbox gamers wont have this beauty. Come on stop whining people about everything!

    • Bloodios

      Capcom never ceases to amaze.

  • RSene

    Basically, you buy a pin protected by a box with the games’ theme you really wanted,

  • almostautumn

    I scoff— but all the same I am so pre-ordering.

  • Hating Ass Nigga

    Now this is the type of shit I don’t like.

    • Guest

      … Why?

      • LordKaiser

        The pin costs $4 USD and we don’t even know that the code expires or not. If the code don’t expired then the package can be kept sealed.

  • Gildohma

    Ridiculous lol

  • LordKaiser

    It’s worth depends if the Voucher code has a expiration. If it does then it’s not worth collecting.

  • Zackasaur

    Awesome! I’m pre-ordering the boxed version. c:

    • http://drsputnik.com/ Tetris911

      where can you preorder it??? cant find it on amazon :(

  • Ritsujun

    LOL