Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two

Disney fans might get some moments of rush either by seeing their favorite characters interacting with each other in the development of a nice story, or by sinking their teeth into the Disney collectibles available that include old Silly Symphonies or Mickey Mouse cartoons that become available to be watched. However, those who have a lesser degree of admiration for the company will find a game that is uninspired and that feels rushed due to the fact that it falls so far away from its predecessor. The eight hours of adventure are, sadly, neither intense nor unforgettable. They are, though, an awfully sad sight, because as far as being a gamer goes, there is nothing sadder than watching a game with good heart, intentions and ambitions fall flat on its face.

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Epic Mickey

To sum things up, Epic Mickey is a mixed bag. The creativity and attention to detail that are seen in its visuals and soundtrack are on a far higher level than the craftiness applied to the stages and challenges that keep the game rolling. For a 3-D Mickey game, it is without a doubt better than average, but when compared to top-tier platformers, it fails to impress. Still, anyone who has a love for what Disney has produced through the years will be delighted to know the license was well-used by the game’s developers. Epic Mickey is definitely not the brightest platformer out there, but its interesting concept and unique attitude make up for a nice package.

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