A lucky handful received gold promos in late July. These are actual working carts of the 8bit game. Capcom commissioned the retro art collective "iam8bit" to produce these beauties. Sadly the game will not be available at retail locations.
Limited Edition of 150
According to Capcom the games were programed onto new custom built boards and chips. The cartridge shells were carefully refurbished from vintage originals and hand painted with gold chrome. The entire process is specialized and unique. Capcom claimed finding "new old stock" parts was a difficult endeavor. Each game came with a metal ducktales lunchbox, certificate of authenticity, Ducktales themed coupons, advertisements promoting classic Ghosts ‘n’ Goblins, MegaMan & Bionic Commando.
Capcom did something similar with the Mega Man 9 release. Members of the Press received a non-functional cartridge shell which doubled as the cd game case.