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Submitted by Godchild1020 1014d ago | review

Epic Mickey 2 Review: A Kingdom Lacking Magic - 1UP

This makes it all the more painful to look at Disney's video games, specifically Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. Warren Spector's highly anticipated followup to the 2010 Wii-exclusive promised to fix all of the technical woes that plagued the original title while also ushering the iconic mouse into the HD era. Junction Point claimed to have a team of hundreds working endlessly on delivering gamers and Disney fanatics the platforming love letter that they so desperately clamored for. All of this sounds great on paper, but once you put an hour into Mickey's expansive second outing, you'll begin to realize that The Power of Two shows its cards right away, and it turns out that its hand is a bit of a dud. (Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) C-/A+

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