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Post by Eorl @ 03:00pm 28/11/12 | 1 Comments
Warren Spector's foray into the world of Disney is again upon us, with the release of Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two.

AusGamers' reviewer Jickle has taken up the motion-controlled game and put his best efforts into finding out just what Mickey and his pal are up to in the latest co-op feature game.
This is very much a game that Warren Spector wanted to make, not the game his fans wanted him to make; the real fun comes from soaking in the contents of the man’s mind, the ideas that govern the world he has created and the ways Disney memorabilia have come together into something grand, rather than from the simple experience of playing through it.
Read on for AusGamers Verdict.



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Grundar
Posted 06:30pm 28/11/12
So the camera was awful with Epic Mickey and as the major flaw with the first game they haven't really fixed it in the second? That's disappointing couple it with the control design and that's a double whammy, that is a shame.
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