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Submitted by jjdoyle 484d ago | review

Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion Review (Gaming-Age)

"I grew up with the original 8-bit Nintendo, followed by the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. Some of the best games of that time were the ones based on Disney properties. I still have fond memories of DuckTales, Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers, Aladdin (I'm not touching which version's better with a ten foot pole), Mickey's Magical Quest (SNES) and of course The Castle of Illusion: Starring Mickey Mouse (Genesis). Thankfully, I still have these cartridges in my collection as it seems like ports over to the Virtual Console may never happen. Imagine my excitement when Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion was announced as a 3DS game. A 2D "sequel" to one of the best Mickey Mouse games ever created? Sign me up. That was my attitude before I played the game. Now I'm filled with bitter disappointment and left with no choice but to hook up my Genesis to play a Mickey Mouse game that's truly fun.", writes Gaming-Age. (3DS, Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion) 7/10

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