It's a multi-platform musical, improved camera promised. Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two is currently in development for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii, producer Warren Spector has announced.
should have went to WiiU. maybe that's yet to be revealed still.
It might receive the same treatment as Square Enix's, Dragon Quest X title. http://wiiuinsiders.com/dra...
Quite interested in this. Whether good or bad, it'll definitely be a nice change from all these dull fps
I liked enough the first one, for sure i'm going to get this too
Spector revealed that, unlike the 2010 original, the game will be a musical with full voice acting for all characters. "I'm such a geek about musicals," he said. "I love the co-op and next-gen stuff, but for me, when a character breaks into song, which they do on a regular basis in this game, it's magic." I don't know how I feel about this. Musical numbers are a staple of lots of Disney animated classics, but not sure if I see that as a good fit for a game? If they include an HD port of the original with PS Move functionality, THEN I'm definitely getting it. Sounds interesting anyway.
Kingdom Hearts had songs and it worked. Even the Black Label version of Fellowship of the Rings had Tom sing to the tree like in the book (which wasnt in the movies obviously). It worked too. I think Warren has a good passion for this game. The original was flawed but I think having a next gen platform will ensure the game steps up its game. I hope for a move compatible remaster of the first Epic Mickey too. Maybe on the bluray...?
"Epic Mickey 2 comes to the PS3 and X360." haha Wii fanboys are not gonna like this, too bad.
Nahh we cool with it. we don't mind sharing a good game.
last story and xenoblade share that.
if i was in charge, i sure would. The more that play, the more people i can discuss them with
They should get rid of the '2' in the title and rename it Epic Mickey: The Power of Two.
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