Nostalgia-Filled The Disney Afternoon Collection Announced for PC, PS4, and Xbox One

Capcom has announced The Disney Afternoon Collection.

The new compilation includes six classic Disney-licensed games from Capcom’s older publishing history, and it’s coming to PC (via Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. A release date is set for April 18th, and the collection will cost you $19.99 / £15.99 / €19.99.

Featured above, you can view the announcement trailer for the new collection.

Here’s a rundown of each game and the collection itself, via Capcom:


All six games are new and improved HD versions of the originals and feature a number of filtering options that replicate a classic retro look and feel. This collection also offers new ways to play with Boss Rush and Time Attack modes for each game. In Boss Rush mode, players battle through challenging boss encounters consecutively, while Time Attack mode encourages time-based gameplay and provides online leaderboards that track the fastest times for each game. A new “Rewind” feature makes these challenging titles more accessible for newcomers, with the option to rewind time and enjoy a swift recovery from blunders. Additionally, the in-game Disney Museum will provide history buffs with a wealth of content to celebrate the era of the original releases, such as concept art, advertisements, character art, and music – all preserved in their original glory.

  • Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers – This classic lets players team up with a friend in co-op play as they assume the roles of the mischievous Chip and Dale as they take on memorable villain Fat Cat and attempt to solve the mystery of a missing kitten.
  • Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 – Fat Cat has escaped and his plans are even more dastardly this time. The titular heroes and supporting cast Monterey Jack, Gadget, and Zipper must stop Fat Cat from his evil dream of world domination!
  • Darkwing Duck – Play as the original caped crusader and fight a city full of criminals from the infamous F.O.W.L. organization in this action-packed platforming epic.
  • DuckTales – In this iconic platforming adventure, players help Scrooge McDuck fill his feathery pockets with vast riches from across the world.
  • DuckTales 2 – The sequel to the original game comes jam-packed with more action and an even bigger caper set in new locations like the Bermuda Triangle and Niagara Falls!
  • TaleSpin – Take to the skies as Baloo the bear navigates his plane through exotic and dangerous locations in this side-scrolling shoot-em-up.
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  • Mr0303

    I was hoping that some of those will get the remake treatment like Duck Tales, but that’s OK I guess.

  • NukeA6

    Well at least Disney can do something else other than ruin Marvel and Star Wars.

  • NukeA6

    No idea why Talespin is included. It’s supposed to be mediocre. I like the collection though.

  • Deathtone

    Cool collection right here. Day one for me

  • Uncle Ocelot

    >Collection of NES games
    >No Nintendo version

  • Complainer

    What a rip-off. At the very least include a remixed soundtrack for each game or something.

  • gwadahunter2222

    Wait for the lower resolution and framerate and more expansive switch version

  • DariusQ

    I’m all over it. Love the Disney Afternoon theme too.

  • sanic

    So you pay $20 for 6 roms? Better than nintendo prices I guess.

  • Dewey Defeats Truman

    I know it’s not a Disney game but Little Nemo is the best licensed game Capcom put out back then so it hurts to see this and realize that shit is never coming back.

  • Eldhin Hellknight

    WarForward should remaster Darkwing duck and duck tales 2

  • Ninjagai

    I guess because of the TV theme, there’s no Little Nemo, Little Mermaid, or Adventures in Magic Kingdom.

    DLC maybe?

  • Ms_Fortune

    Get fucked Nintendo.

  • Tubsiwub

    Now THIS is the future!

  • SiliconNooB

    You need to pay attention to history.

    This is being done by the team that did the Mega Man Legacy Collection, and that game released first on PS4, X1, and PC, before releasing a year later on 3DS.

  • Fenrir007

    If it’s not a remake, they are asking me to pay for roms to use a subpar emulator. The new features are not enough to entice me to do that. Give us actual remakes like Ducktales and the Mickey game – some of those games really deserve that much like Chip and Dale and Ducktales 2.