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Submitted by -Mezzo- 926d ago | article

Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two – can music, HD and choice help the mouse make a masterpiece?

EDGE - When we first played Epic Mickey 2, we tested out its co-op mechanic, taking on Mickey’s long-forgotten precursor, Oswald, in order to solve puzzles alongside the mouse. Junction Point resurrected the rabbit as an anti-hero in the previous game, although he experienced a change of heart later on. The pair of heroes are reunited in Epic Mickey 2, but while they may share similarities, Oswald doesn’t get a brush. Instead, he’s able to bring the Cartoon Wasteland’s clapped-out contraptions back to sparking life with the aid of a magical remote control – a neat way to avoid co-op conflicts over whether the paint or thinner should be used to solve problems. (Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, PS3, Xbox 360)

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