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Submitted by GodisaGeek 503d ago | review

Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "As a homage to retro Disney games, DreamRift had a great foundation for what could have been an amazingly entertaining game for players of all ages. Not adding tacked-on touchscreen functionality to your game is a lesson that most developers had learned in the last handheld generation. The basic platforming is genuinely fun and the game looks and sounds great, but it’s been ruined by overused mechanics and filler tasks that suck the fun out of the game." (3DS, Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion) 6/10

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