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Aladdin (1993) and The Lion King (1994) HD Remasters revealed for October

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The classic Super Nintendo and SEGA Mega Drive titles Aladdin and The Lion King are all set to receive HD remasters this October. The news was announced this evening during the GameStop managers conference and they are coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. One of the neat things about these remasters is that users will apparently have the option of either choosing the Super Nintendo or the Mega Drive soundtracks. There’s set to be an official announcement tomorrow and physical pre-orders will be exclusive to GameStop.

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12 comments

  1. Ok so you can choose the soundtracks but what about the two versions of Aladdin? They were completely different

    1. yeep it would be awesome to get both version of aladdin. but when just one comes, the md version.
      This game was to blame for getting an MD. man was i jelous of that the get such great aladdin and we from the snes… that mini sprite :-(
      yes it was the graphic and the sound. the snes has a bit the betther gameplay.
      jessus… the good old times. mostly we got different versions of games.
      tiny toons, taz etc. from konami and capcom. this was always a battle

  2. Is this a physical bundle or separate games?
    My moneys on Aladdin dominating lion king for sales if separated.

    1. Welp, then you’d better get over to Gamestop.
      “There’s set to be an official announcement tomorrow and physical pre-orders will be exclusive to GameStop.”

    1. Amen. It’s always painful when Nintendo games get re-released on other consoles exclusively.

    1. I remember renting the Lion King at a local grocery store but I just never got into it lol. It was kinda hard for me at the time too.. never tried Aladdin though but saw it a lot on magazines at the time and always wanted to try it.

  3. Personally, I’m more excited for the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection. But I have to say that getting remasters of Disney legacy games is both shocking and heartwarming.

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