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Disney Classic Games Collection


Three of the beloved Disney games once again return to modern consoles in the Disney Classic Games Collection. This updated collection of classic Disney games includes the SNES version of Aladdin and The Jungle Book.




Disney Classic Games Collection



One of the very first games I ever played was Aladdin on the Sega Genesis, and it slapped. Still, many people prefer the SNES version, or hold nostalgia for the Lion King game on either console. The Disney Classic Games Collection lets players jump into both versions of either game, as well as both versions of the Jungle Book game. Throw in the handheld releases and behind-the-scenes goodies, and you have a grand collection of some timeless classics.


While an earlier incarnation of this collection containing the Genesis Aladdin and both versions of The Lion King has been out there for a bit, this new updated package brings the Capcom-developed SNES Aladdin game, as well as the Jungle Book game on both consoles. There are actually quite a few differences between each iteration of the various games, often because of different developers, but that makes this package feel more varied.


The new Disney Classic Games Collection is an updated version of 2019's Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King bundle. Remastered by Digital Eclipse and published by Nighthawk Interactive, the collection brings together three classic Disney games from the 16-bit era: Aladdin, The Lion King, and now The Jungle Book. Each game in the collection features multiple versions for the different platforms of the day, namely the Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Game Boy, and Game Boy Color.


While the games were largely the same in terms of gameplay, some changes were needed to their graphics and level design due to the technological limitations and differences between the various hardware. This resulted in some pretty substantial differences between some versions, the biggest example being the Super Nintendo version of Aladdin, which was developed from the ground up by Capcom (as opposed to the Sega Genesis version which was handled by Virgin Interactive). This had given rise to the age-old debate of which version of Aladdin is better and we hope to finally answer that question with our definitive ranking of all the games in the collection.


These once-forgotten classics found a new lease of like in 2019 - thanks to the Disney Classic Games collection - but some were disappointed the equally lauded version of The Jungle Book didn't make the cut. Thankfully, that's all about to change.


For the first time ever, these games were brought to the likes of the Nintendo Switch, but with developer Digital Eclipse seemingly seeing the error of its ways, there's a terrific trilogy on the way. A listing for another collection first appeared on the site for French publisher, Just For Games.


Even if this era of Disney games bowed out with the '90s, there were some other classics lost in the shuffle. Virgin Interactive released Pinocchio in 1996, so we're not sure why it's left out again. Elsewhere, other developers worked on similar titles like Probe Entertainment's Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Funcom's Disney's Pocahontas, and Eurocom's Disney's Hercules.


We doubt we'll ever see all those classic '90s Disney games together, but it's a nice idea anyway. Either way, The Jungle Book is expected to get new features like 1080p to dust off this old favourite and bring it to a new generation of fans and retro gamers alike. If you're ready, let's go on a magic carpet ride.


Development studio Digital Eclipse and publisher Nighthawk Interactive announced Disney Classic Games Collection, a collection of retro Disney-themed games that were originally released on systems like the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis.


Finally, the collection will feature a museum containing content related to the creation of these games. The museum will feature video interviews, image galleries, and more. Plus, players will be able to listen to the entire soundtrack for each game.


The timing for the Disney Classic Games collection of Aladdin and The Lion King couldn't be farther from what I'd expect. Both newly released films have already run their theatrical releases but at least this release of classic platformers could be tied to that of the Blu-ray releases (The Lion King only just hit store shelves last week). For fans that are watching either of the new movies, or aiming for a rewatch of the classics on Disney+, is the Disney Classic Games collection one hit ahead of the flock?


Neither The Lion King nor Aladdin need much introduction for their premise, holding the title of being two of the most popular games to be based off of classic movie franchises (animated, mind you. No need to worry, Wayne's World and Little Nicky, no one's taking *that* title away from you). Both titles in the Disney Classic Games collection follow the story beats from each movie while breaking them into shorter chapters, usually with some sort of minigame or flying segment dotted throughout. Back in their heyday, both Aladdin and The Lion King were notorious for being punishingly difficult, with the latter being a much more difficult title to beat on a Saturday afternoon. Now, with the magic of modern emulation and a handy rewind button, a new generation of gamers can see for themselves what made this collection so memorable.


Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King's collection operates on Digital Eclipse's own proprietary emulation software, the Eclipse Engine. What surrounds the titles in this modest collection of classics is a fairly standard menu wrapper, complete with game selection, access to cheat menus without needing to know the necessary codes (albeit they do disable trophies), and the usual assortment of concept art and stills in the art gallery.


These all-new, fan requested, and beloved games complete this collection, making this the only way to experience all 16-bit console versions of Aladdin and The Jungle Book. Play as some of your favorite Disney characters, including Aladdin, Simba, and Mowgli, all while experiencing some of the best graphics the 16-bit era had to offer. Play through multiple versions of each included game and enjoy tons of new features, enhancements, game modes, easy game saves, and display options.


Now, the retro classic is back on consoles and PC as part of the new collection, with emulated versions of the game as it was released on original consoles such as the SNES, Mega Drive and Game Gear, to name a few. 041b061a72


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