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Submitted by Tolkoto 955d ago | review

GamesBeat: Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two promises too much and ultimately disappoints (review)

While Epic Mickey is a treat to look at and provides some delight — mostly in the visual nods to older, more forgotten Disney character and environmental design — it finally falls far short of the wondrous, creative, simply magical experience it promises. (Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360) 65/100

Lifeequals42  +   955d ago
Good review, Rob.
SybaRat  +   955d ago
You knew this would happen when Disney bought LucasArts. BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS ABOUT THAT.
doogiebear  +   955d ago
This game was in development way before the acquisition. So what's your point?
wita  +   955d ago
Interesting that the handheld game was better received!
darkronin229  +   955d ago
Damn, I had pretty high hopes for the musical stuff, too.

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