Developer WayForward kept the original levels from the NES version but expanded them to "significantly enhance the gameplay experience." They've also introduced a tutorial level so players can get a handle on the mechanics. The 8-bit graphics have been replaced by hand-drawn, animated sprites and new background art. The remake also introduces voice acting, including some actors from the DuckTales TV series. The soundtrack has been given a "modern twist" but the classic melodies (Moon song!) are still intact.
A video trailer here:
DuckTales Remastered will come to PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade and the Wii U eShop this summer for $14.99 (1200 Microsoft Points) and will feature hand-drawn character sprites in a 3D world.
The video above looks like super mario brothers ala 1988.
For nostalgia reasons some of you will get this. Quite an old title for a remastering!