The soundtrack to last year’s DuckTales Remastered is finally available through iTunes and Amazon.com.
DuckTales Remastered is a “reimagined” update to the classic NES title, DuckTales. Known for its deceptively challenging gameplay, DuckTales is a considered to be a cult-classic title among the gaming community, and as the announcement trailer states, a very influential one among several developers. Last year, BloodRayne Betrayal, Double Dragon Neon and Shantae series developer WayForward released the multi-platform DuckTales Remastered. The HD-reimagining of the NES classic includes voice acting from all of the surviving actors from the animated series, and features original arrangements from video game composer Jake Kaufman.
While several other titles featuring Jake’s work already have soundtracks available online, earlier today, the DuckTales Remastered soundtrack was finally made available for purchase. For roughly $10 (price varies slightly between marketplaces), fans can purchase the complete 47-track compilation, complete with both the music arranged by Jake Kaufman, and the original 8-bit tunes from the classic NES version.