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Epic Mickey 2 on PS3 supports Move, but no Kinect on Xbox

Joystiq:

The first Epic Mickey made extensive use of the Wii Remote's pointer, to control the direction of Mickey's paint and thinner. The PS3 version of Epic Mickey 2 will use the PlayStation Move accessory to replicate that experience, though I was unable to see this functionality in my hands-on demo this week.

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GribbleGrunger2401d ago (Edited 2401d ago )

well that was obvious, surely. how the heck could they make Kinect work with this game, it requires accuracy, buttons and a way to move freely. the MOVE was obvious though.

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Cosmo8112401d ago (Edited 2401d ago )

Seriously? These two comments are a waste of space. Just click "Agree" and move on. But you guys get bubbled/Agrees simply for expressing your agreement? Wat. It's like clicking Upvote on Reddit and then saying "Upvoted." THAT'S WHAT THE BUTTON IS FOR

Persistantthug2401d ago

Sorry....I shouldn't have done that.

:P

NukaCola2401d ago

I say the Ps3 should come with a free HD Remastered copy of Epic Mickey (1) with Move support right on the Bluray and I'll call it the best buy. I am still getting it on PS3 anyway. And I hope it's darker and more steampunked.

DNAbro2401d ago

@NukaCola

it's a musical, no way is it going to be darker.

_Aarix_2401d ago

Meh, everyone else does it.

NYC_Gamer2401d ago

Kinect wouldn't work since the player would be stuck with the on rails experience

josephayal2401d ago

Nice....will be getting it on PS3 instead of WiiU. Mostly because I am gonna wait for a price drop on the WiiU sometime next year hopefully

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