Aladdin and The Lion King will be re-released on all modern platforms this October.
Yesterday, news leaked out a bit early that Disney would be bringing back the 90s classics of both The Lion King and Aladdin remastered for modern platforms. Today, that collection of games has now been revealed formally via a new trailer.
The formally titled Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King will feature both classic titles as you remember them, regardless of what platform you may have experienced each on. Both Aladdin and The Lion King will feature versions from Sega Genesis, Game Boy, Super Game Boy and for The Lion King, the SNES iteration. Sadly, it seems like the SNES version of Aladdin won’t be included (the Genesis version is better anyway).
In addition to including both games being touched up for the modern era, there will be a load of other extras in store as well. Both Aladdin and The Lion King will allow you to skim through any part of the game to play whichever section you desire. There will also be a rewind feature included as well.
Lastly, additional bonus content and extras will also be thrown in so that you can see how each title was developed. Plus, never-before-played demos from early trade shows will also be included in the package so that fans can experience them for the first time ever.
Below you can check out the reveal trailer for the collection if you want to get an idea of how each will look on modern hardware. Aladdin and The Lion King will retail for $29.99 and will launch on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. It’s set to arrive later this fall on October 29.