Is this sequel worth the canvas it's painted on? Find out in our review.
Fear not fellow Mouseketeers, designer Warren Spector has finally brought everyone’s favorite mouse to the HD era with Epic Mickey: The Power of Two. In this fantastic adventure platformer, Mickey Mouse must team with his old pal Oswald the Lucky Rabbit to help repair Wasteland after it suffers massive earthquakes pending the arrival of a new evil toon called the Blotworx. Is this sequel to the 2010 hit Epic Mickey worth your time? Grab your paintbrush and find out in our review!
Mickey teams up with his former frenemy Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
The presentation of Epic Mickey: The Power of Two is simply gorgeous. The game oozes charm and child like whimsy that quickly becomes addicting. Wasteland, despite the name, is beautiful. The world is in shambles following earthquakes that continue to arise throughout the game and yet the environment is still gorgeous. It appears that every inch of the world was created with classic Disney cartoons in mind. It will not take long for you to find and recognize some of your favorite Disney landmarks. The best example of this are the D.E.C. levels. These are underground tunnels that allow transport for our heroes. These levels are littered with forgotten relics from Disney’s history. Items referencing the Jungle Book, Bambi, Chip & Dale and more collect in the bowels of Wasteland. From cartoons to attractions, Disney worked hard to create a through and engaging world.