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Submitted by arturod 999d ago | review

Review Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two | 4News.it

The Adventure of Mickey and Oswald
Playstation 3 version tested.

Epic Mickey, created by visionary Warren Spector, was the first step of Mickey Mouse on the next generation consoles and this happened two years ago.

The game put the player against his arch enemy Oswald the Rabbit bad penciled by Walt Disney, but always remained in the drawer with the success of Mickey Mouse.

Epic Mickey enabled the player, thanks to the Motion Controller, to paint each element on the screen, to free them from black spot of ink. Due to the success of the title and the response of audiences and critics, Warren Spector has decided to bring out the second episode and give it to Junction Point for consoles in HD.

The purpose of Junction Point is to make the series more attractive to everyone, making it accessible to an audience smaller. There will succeed? (Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, PS3) 82/100

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