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Submitted by Aclay 607d ago | review

Joystiq- Epic Mickey - Power of Illusion Review: Uneven strokes

Joystiq- Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion ends up feeling like it doesn't know what kind of game it wants to be. Is it an easy game for kids, or a tough game for seasoned players? It offers some great level design, top notch fan service, and a decent challenge, but that challenge arrives a little too late. Combine that with a dearth of Disney worlds, and Power of Illusion can best be summed up with the words "unrealized potential." It's good, but it could have been a lot better. (3DS, Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two) 3.5/5

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