DuckTales Remastered came out this week to divisive reviews as many felt that the game wasn't updated enough to reflect modern design philosophies. Of course, many who love NES game design are adoring the the title though, and those who yearn for the glory days of Disney platformers won't have long to wait until another classic from the early 90s arrives on consoles.
Sega announced today that its remake of Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse will hit the PSN on September 3. The game will also be available on September 4 for Xbox Live Arcade and PC. The title will cost $15 across all platforms.
In addition to the launch date announcement, Sega also announced a special pre-order incentive for PS3 owners. Those who pre-order the game on the PSN will receive the original Sega Genesis version of Castle of Illusion for free alongside an exclusive dynamic theme and three avatars. The original Castle of Illusion will be available to download immediately upon pre-ordering.
To find out if Castle of Illusion will tickle your fancy, check out this gameplay demo from E3: