With theand remakes each at the box office this year, it's obviously time to remaster the ' 90s video game adaptations of the originals. The two games, which will be packaged together as one release called Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and the Lion King, will come to the Nintendo Switch, Sony PS4, Microsoft Xbox One and PC this fall.
The collection – developed by Nighthawk Interactive and Digital Eclipse – will also include the Sega Genesis and Nintendo Game Boy versions of Aladdin, along with something called the Final Cut and a 1993 trade show demo. Lion King will get Genesis,and Game Boy versions, IGN reported Wednesday.
There's no mention of an SNES version of Aladdin, which was significantly different from Genesis One and was developed by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami. (We've embedded a comparison video of the SNES and Genesis versions.)
The package will also include a world-class menagerie of new features, such as the ability to swap between upscaled and original graphics, visual filters, customizable controls, a rewind feature and Blu-ray-style extras.
The remaster was leaked Tuesday by Twitter user @wolverinefactor . Neither Disney, Nintendo, Sony nor Microsoft responded immediately to requests for comment.
First published Aug. 28 at 4:52 a.m. PT.
Update, 8:40 a.m. PT: Adds trailer.
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