Capcom appear to be dusting down the old classics starting with Ducktales, well now it appears Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara is receiving the same treatment.
The 2D, side-scrolling fighter originally launched in the 90s, brings D&D: Shadow over Mystara and D&D: Tower of Doom into one package with sparkly HD graphics and a bunch of new features such as four player online co-op.
The title also comes with a Character Visualizer, which lets players track which characters are used most often to help create a more balanced multiplayer party, or point out which characters are most under-used.
If you’re after a bit more, there’s a challenge system in place that sets goals for players, which rewards level-ups and coins to be spent on unlockables.
D&D: Chronicles of Mystara will be available on XBLA this summer for 1200 Microsoft Points.