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Gargoyles Remastered gameplay

Fresh off of its launch this week, we have gameplay from the Switch version of Gargoyles Remastered. The release brings back the ‘90s classic 16-bit side-scrolling platform adventure.

For those that need a recap, check out the following overview:

Gargoyles Remastered release date

Gargoyles Remastered finally has a release date, and it’s due out very soon. Disney and Empty Clip Studios confirmed that it will launch on October 19, 2023.

Gargoyles Remastered is an updated version of the ’90s 16-bit side-scrolling platform adventure. It’ll feature enhanced visuals, animations, and SFX plus achievements, gameplay rewind, and more.

Disney Illusion Island gameplay

A bunch of gameplay is now available for Disney Illusion Island, which just launched on Switch this week. We’ve got a look at the animated cinematics, Metroidvania aspects, and more.

You can find further details about the game in the following overview:

Disney Illusion Island review

System: Switch
Release date: July 28, 2023
Developer: Dlala Studios
Publisher: Disney Electronic Content

Mickey, Minnie, Donald & Goofy may be some of the most recognizable characters of all time, but it’s been a hot minute since they featured in a noteworthy game of their own – something true of many Disney franchises since the shuttering of Disney Interactive in 2016. As such, Disney Illusion Island is something of an experiment; an attempt to craft a modern, original Mickey Mouse story in a new world with new characters, with the structure of a Metroidvania (or “Mickeyvania,” as the developers have put it). While a lack of meaningful surprises can cause the experience to drag and feel overly simple, the game’s charming humor and silky-smooth platforming result in a fun and amusing adventure.

Nighthawk Interactive published the first trailer for the newly-announced Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King. Give it a look below.

During an investor stream, it was just announced that the Disney+ streaming service is coming to consoles. While PlayStation 4 appears to be the only confirmed platform at present, the image above refers to platforms they “want to be on”.

Disney+ is expected to launch sometime this year. It will house TV and film content from the company as well as brand new shows and more.

Thanks to Jake and Matthew for the tip.


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A new game based on the Cars 3 game was announced last month. It’s being developed by Avalanche Software – the same team behind Disney Infinity.

Platforms for the upcoming title weren’t announced at the time. But thanks to a new classification in Brazil, it’s now known that Cars 3 is planned for both Switch and Wii U.

Warner Bros. will publish Cars 3 later this year.


Warner Bros. announced today that a console game based on Cars 3 is in development. Platforms were not announced, but you can bet that it will appear on Nintendo platforms.

What’s particularly interesting here is that the title is being made by Avalanche Software. For those who are unaware, it’s the same team behind the Disney Infinity games. After the plug was pulled on Disney Infinity, we heard that Avalanche had closed. Apparently though, the studio is back in action. Avalanche’s Octane engine technology will also be used to develop the Cars 3 game set for release later this year.

Source: Disney PR

A few years ago, Disney came out with a new Mickey Mouse short that has the famous character making his way through Tokyo. For a brief couple of moments, there’s a scene that pays homage to Mario with classic sound effects and all.

Game Informer decided to ask Shigeru Miyamoto about the short at E3 last month. He hadn’t seen it, nor did he know about its existence at all. After looking at the video, he did say, “Is copyright an issue for them to use our sounds? [Laughs] It’s very flattering. We finally got a cameo together.”

Ask Game Informer said that this meant Mickey Mouse could be used in one of his games, Miyamoto shook his head and responded, “They are very strict. [Laughs].”

We’ve posted the full Mickey Mouse short below for those that are interested. The Mario homage comes in at the 2:25 mark.


Disney Art Academy footage

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Disney Art Academy has released in Japan, and Nintendaan has an extensive look at it, which you can watch below.

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