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Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two Preview – Double Team | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "We have only scratched the surface of the title, and by no means covered everything that was on show, such as boss battles and even the return of the side-scrolling platform levels that are based on classic black and white Mickey Mouse cartoons, but there is so much on offer in Epic Mickey 2, it is truly packed with content. However, despite that, we have got a strong impression of what the game is trying to do, and the sensibilities that it exudes. Your choices and their consequences are clearly one of the major concerns of the new game, much in the same way as the Deus Ex games, so the influence of Warren Spector on the team is obvious. This will hopefully lead to a re-playable, deep game that offers players the chance to play it their way, and carve their own path through the narrative. That is quite an evolved concept for a title that most will just see as a Disney cash-in. Let us just hope that the game can reach a wider audience this time around, and people can see what it really is all about." (Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

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