Disney’s Epic Mickey was released exclusively for the Wii a couple years ago to a mixed reception with critics. Junction Point, led by Warren Spector, made a solid platformer featuring Disney’s main mascot, but the execution of the little things could've been better like the camera. What they had going with was Mickey’s magic brush and the moral choice system players had to deal with. The developers are back again with Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two and while some things remain the same, the core of the game has been changed to have a heavy focus on co-op, hence the title. A demo was recently released on Xbox Live and Playstation Network as Entertainment Fuse took a look at what is new with Mickey Mouse and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in the world of Wasteland.