Say what you want about the multi-billion dollar empire, but there’s no denying that since the 1920’s, The Walt Disney Company has built an incredible legacy of cartoons and characters that have been enjoyed by even their harshest critics. In 2010, legendary game designer Warren Spector (Thief, Deus Ex) and his company, Junction Point Studios, took on the challenge of fitting Disney’s vast history of entertainment into one cohesive experience. Epic Mickey definitely earned its title with plentiful quests, an interesting paint mechanic, and an obsessive respect for the source material, but a barrage of devastating camera issues prevented the game from achieving true greatness. Now, Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two is ready for consumption with a new story, high definition graphics, co-op, and full voice acting (and singing)! This release has the chance to fix the technical issues of the first and hopefully not replace them with something even more detrimental.
Little David Galanter grew up in Orange County, CA loving videogames and anything else that repelled girls. After getting his Bachelor's Degree in Theatre Arts, David decided to start contributing his soft silky words to the world via online media. He currently owns a website with a weekly podcast (www.drgman.com) and is a reviewer for Default Prime!
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