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Disney Epic Mickey

Disney Epic Mickey

Disney Interactive
Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
For JPN/Asian systems only.
NTSC
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features

  • Play as a retro inspired Mickey Mouse, who adapts to the player's gaming style as a Hero or a Scrapper
  • Explore the warped Disney Cartoon Wasteland and along the way change the world using magic paint and paint thinner
  • Paint, thin, platform and explore The Cartoon Wasteland has many twists, turns, puzzles and platforms. Choose the best way to accomplish missions
  • Encounter forgotten cartoon friends - and enemies. Some of Mickey's old forgotten friends live in the Cartoon Wasteland. Get to know them, and choose to help them or leave them to live in the Cartoon Wasteland

description

A heroic tale of redemption and discovery, Disney Epic Mickey is an adventure-platforming game with light role-playing elements for the Nintendo Wii, featuring an iconic and retro Mickey Mouse inspired by cartoons of the 1920s and 1930s. In the game's fiction, a sorcerer named Yen Sid creates a beautiful, whimsically-twisted world where Disney's forgotten and retired creations thrive. Originally, the powerful sorcerer from The Sorcerer's Apprentice in Walt Disney's 1940 film Fantasia was nicknamed ''Yen Sid'' by Disney animators, although never named as such on screen. In Disney Epic Mickey, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit -- Walt Disney's first cartoon star created in 1927 and Mickey's half-brother -- becomes the earliest inhabitant of Yen Sid's Cartoon Wasteland after Mickey Mouse is created. Oswald makes the Cartoon Wasteland comfortable for other retired characters as they join him in this magical land. Years pass, and as Oswald dwells in the Cartoon Wasteland, he becomes resentful watching Mickey's popularity swell. When Mickey curiously stumbles upon Yen Sid's map, he makes an innocent yet terrible mistake and inadvertently devastates Oswald's comfortable world. Eventually, Mickey's mistake pulls him deep into the mysterious Cartoon Wasteland to face the destruction he unknowingly created. Mickey must use the very elements of animation, paint and paint thinner, to explore the Cartoon Wasteland, find the source of evil that is destroying the land, and redeem his fellow cartoon characters including Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. With visionary game designer Warren Spector behind the title, players choose their own path to defeat supreme evil, face the consequences of those decisions and ultimately free the Cartoon Wasteland.

further info

Official Release Date Aug 04, 2011
Genre Action
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0003407684
Catalog No.  RVL-P-SEMJ
Item Code  4902370519044

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panchromium (6) on 25, Jan. 2011 09:36 (HKT)
Fun, the right way.
It's good and fun, the collectors edition's got nice stuff.
Can be frustrating at times, just like any other Disney game.
Good to bring back ol' memories.
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tank2000 (52) on 14, Dec. 2010 13:35 (HKT)
Fun but could be better
Despite being one of the most anticipated games for the Wii this year, Disney Epic Mickey falls a little short in gameplay.

While the story and the gameplay mechanics of using paint to build and thinner to destroy is good, the camera is often a problem and you'll often find yourself struggling to see what you need to see when platforming.

Nevertheless, some levels, like the 2D retro levels, are actually quite fun to play and the story is quite compelling, and changes the game depending on whether you behave more "evil" or "good" in the game.
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