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Disney Classic Games: Aladdin & The Lion King (Xbox One/PS4/Nintendo Switch) - £24.85 delivered @ Base
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Disney Classic Games: Aladdin & The Lion King (Xbox One/PS4/Nintendo Switch) - £24.85 delivered @ Base

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Posted 31st Oct
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From the team that brought you the bestselling and critically acclaimed Mega Man Collection and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection comes a collection of HD Remasters of the most beloved Disney Classics of all time!

For the first time in over 25 years on consoles these classics have been remastered for a whole a new audience.

Display Options and Updated Visuals: 1080P graphics and enhancements for modern HD TVs Adjustable screen aspect ratios and borders Custom filter options designed to replicate classic CRT TVs and other popular screen types

Features
  • In-Game Rewind: Instantly rewind any of the games in real-time in order to re-try difficult areas.

  • Interactive Watch Mode: View full game playthroughs, with the ability to skip forward and jump in and start playing at any point.

  • Save Feature: Quickly save your progress in each of the games and continue your adventure wherever and whenever you want.

  • Museum Feature: Take a journey behind-the-scenes and learn more about the creation of these incredible games.

  • Watch video interviews with the original development teams or explore numerous galleries containing hundreds of previously unreleased HD concept images and marketing assets.

  • Soundtrack: Listen to the entire soundtracks for both games in the included music players. The ability to repeat and shuffle the songs is also supported.
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Best price I have seen but still ridiculous for what is effectively two Megadrive games and some fluff. Don't get me wrong. I loved these back in the day (Aladdin especially, Lion King is unreasonably hard) but this is a very lazy collection as there were lots of great Disney movie license games back in the day that would have fit brilliantly in this collection, Jungle Book is the most obvious but there were many others like Pinocchio, Pocahontas and Fantasia (ok that last one wasn't great but would have filled in the set). There were great Disney character platformers too like Castle of Illusion, World of Illusion and Quackshot, why are none of these here

Corporate greed I'm guessing
This thread:

- these were great back in the day.
- the SNES Aladdin was the best.
- the Mega Drive Aladdin was the best.
- not worth it for 16 bit games.
- is it only two games? (no)
- shame the SNES Aladdin isn't included.
- I'll bite at my arbitrary price point....
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Ooo I remember these the first time around. Aaah memories
Dannysdeals201931/10/2019 16:12

Ooo I remember these the first time around. Aaah memories


The Megadrive was awesome
Best price I have seen but still ridiculous for what is effectively two Megadrive games and some fluff. Don't get me wrong. I loved these back in the day (Aladdin especially, Lion King is unreasonably hard) but this is a very lazy collection as there were lots of great Disney movie license games back in the day that would have fit brilliantly in this collection, Jungle Book is the most obvious but there were many others like Pinocchio, Pocahontas and Fantasia (ok that last one wasn't great but would have filled in the set). There were great Disney character platformers too like Castle of Illusion, World of Illusion and Quackshot, why are none of these here

Corporate greed I'm guessing
This thread:

- these were great back in the day.
- the SNES Aladdin was the best.
- the Mega Drive Aladdin was the best.
- not worth it for 16 bit games.
- is it only two games? (no)
- shame the SNES Aladdin isn't included.
- I'll bite at my arbitrary price point....
That price is scandalous. Maybe 20 quid at a stretch but cmon...
Dannysdeals201931/10/2019 16:12

Ooo I remember these the first time around. Aaah memories


Me too. Used to bring the portable downstairs at Christmas, me and my sister used to huddle round the snes taking turns. Good memories! Still got them now, but the Megadrive version of Aladdin was better.
Does aa bb aa bb a still work to cheat levels on Aladdin though?!
similar price for the steam version, if anyone's interested here's the recommended specs for these bad boys

  • RECOMMENDED:
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 @3.5Ghz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 2080TI / ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series (or greater)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 30 GB available space
Good grief!
These should be 99p - 1.99 on psn/xbl , that price really is scandalous
dealhard31/10/2019 17:28

similar price for the steam version, if anyone's interested here's the …similar price for the steam version, if anyone's interested here's the recommended specs for these bad boysRECOMMENDED:Requires a 64-bit processor and operating systemOS: Windows 10 (64-bit)Processor: Intel Core i5 @3.5Ghz or AMD equivalent Memory: 8 GB RAM Graphics: GeForce 2080TI / ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series (or greater)DirectX: Version 11Storage: 30 GB available space


Damn, the Mega Drive was more powerful than I thought!
Are these still impossibly difficult so you can't rent them and complete them in a weekend?
morocco131/10/2019 18:58

Damn, the Mega Drive was more powerful than I thought!


Blast processing, baby!
ST312331/10/2019 16:23

Best price I have seen but still ridiculous for what is effectively two …Best price I have seen but still ridiculous for what is effectively two Megadrive games and some fluff. Don't get me wrong. I loved these back in the day (Aladdin especially, Lion King is unreasonably hard) but this is a very lazy collection as there were lots of great Disney movie license games back in the day that would have fit brilliantly in this collection, Jungle Book is the most obvious but there were many others like Pinocchio, Pocahontas and Fantasia (ok that last one wasn't great but would have filled in the set). There were great Disney character platformers too like Castle of Illusion, World of Illusion and Quackshot, why are none of these here Corporate greed I'm guessing


Exactly, I absolutely loved all 3, funnily enough I played them when they were released as Disney Classics on the pc. Definitely ridiculous price, its only justified when it's a remake like Crash Bandicoot. I can see this for a Tenner in a few months, I'll get it then.
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