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If Wreck-It Ralph isn't enough Disney for you this week, there is now a playable demo available of Epic Mickey: The Power Of Two.
Conservative pundit Glenn Beck has his fans, but famed video game developer Warren Spector reportedly isn't one of them.
A cybernetically enhanced secret agent with a sniper rifle. A mouse with a paintbrush. You'd think those two things couldn't have less in common. But Warren Spector, who has now created games starring both of those characters, would tell you that they're more similar than you may realize.
This is the intro to Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, slated for a November 18 release on Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 3, and Wii.
Epic Mickey was a game that fought against itself. Oh, I really, really wanted to fully embrace Warren Spector's love letter to Walt Disney's creations. But the continual struggle against the game's camera meant that the Wii exclusive undercut all its charm with severe control problems.
Disney Interactive today announced the official release date for Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. You can expect to paint and erase all sorts of things on November 18, 2012.
Part of what you'll see in this latest teaser for Epic Mickey 2 is how the game looks on the Xbox 360. Warren Spector and the other developers from Junction Point talk up the visual upgrade that comes with moving to the PS3and Xbox 360 after having the first Epic Mickey come out only on the Wii. And that sure does…
Junction Point—the development studio founded by legendary game designer Warren Spector and later acquired by Disney—made 2010's Epic Mickey all by themselves. That technologically ambitious and mostly pretty game came out exclusively on the Wii. But, now that Mickey and Oswald's next outing will be a multiplatform…
Still unofficially announced, Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion is a cover subject of the April edition of Nintendo Power, which arrived in some readers' mailboxes today.
The word's out that Disney Interactive's working on a musical sequel to Epic Mickey and new details have emerged about what to expect.
Warren Spector is working on Epic Mickey 2. We knew that already.
The Internet was abuzz today with rumors about a possible Epic Mickey 2 for Nintendo 3DS following a tweet from France's Nintendo Magazine yesterday afternoon.
Disney fans have been waiting for news regarding still-rumored title Epic Mickey 2 since news first slipped around the first of the year.