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Submitted by PhenomenalDay 453d ago | review

Disney Infinity: Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey Review [Capsule Computers]

Andrew Day of Capsule Computers wrote:

Since its launch last year, Disney Infinity has seen the release of 26 different characters, encapsulating the past and present of some of Disney’s biggest franchises. However, there was one character missing from the bunch – The King of Disney himself, Mickey Mouse. Although appearing in the beginning segment of the game, Mickey was unable to be used as a playable character – until now. Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey is a fantastic addition to the game, and a welcome change of pace in the roster that was mostly filled with characters from the last decade. Suffice to say, he was well worth the wait. (3DS, Disney Infinity, iPad, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 9/10

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