The LA Times is reporting the Warren Spector's critically disappointing Epic Mickey 2 only managed to sell 270,000 units in the United States from its launch till the end of the year. The original Epic Mickey for Wii fared much better by selling 1.3 million copies. It's not known whether Disney will work with Junction … Continue reading Epic Mickey 2 Only Sold 270,000 Copies In The US
Acclaimed developer Warren Spector has hinted that Epic Mickey: The Power of Two might miss the console's November 18th launch. Spector says that this is simply down to Nintendo's approval process, which could take longer than Junction Point and Disney anticipated. However, it should be noted that nothing has been confirmed, so we should get … Continue reading Epic Mickey 2 Might Not Make Wii U Launch
A Disney Interactive employee has confirmed that Epic Mickey: The Power of Two won't include off-TV play. This means that you won't be able to play the game solely on the Wii U GamePad. If you're playing the game in single player mode then you're forced to use the GamePad, as Wii Remote's can only … Continue reading Epic Mickey 2 Wii U Won’t Include Off-TV Play & Wii Remote Support For Single Player
Disney Interactive has confirmed that Epic Mickey: The Power of Two will be a Wii U launch title when the console launches in Europe on November 30th. The Wii U version of the game is being developed by Heavy Iron, the creator of games based on The Incredibles, Wall-E and Up.
There are many additions and improvements that are applied to the Epic Mickey sequel, Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. Choice plays a big part in the upcoming game; you have the option of befriending enemies or ignoring quests – your actions will ultimately determine the length of your adventure. The game features a two-player cooperative … Continue reading Here’s What’s New In Epic Mickey 2, Plus Trailer
During a recent interview with IGN, Junction Point Studios' Warren Spector mentioned that Pixar never intends to make movies that target a certain demographic or a specific audience, which inspires Spector to do the same with video games. Spector thinks that there are too many violent games, which are currently popular because consumers constantly demand … Continue reading Warren Spector: “You Don’t Have To Do What Everybody Else Is Doing To Be Successful”
Disney Interactive Studios has confirmed that Epic Mickey: The Power of Two has been delayed until November 22nd on Wii, Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. Epic Mickey 2 was originally scheduled to be released on September 26th.
Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion was one of the games shown during the 3DS software showcase. The game will be developed by Dreamrift and published by Disney Interactive Studios. Unlike the 3D platformer for Wii, Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion is a 2D side-scrolling platformer. Epic Mickey: The … Continue reading Epic Mickey: Power Of Illusion Gameplay Trailer
Epic Mickey producer Warren Spector claims that one of his main ambitions with Epic Mickey: The Power of Two is to make it feel like an actual Disney film. Spector also says that he feels as though he's only just getting started on the Epic Mickey franchise, hinting that other Epic Mickey related titles are … Continue reading Epic Mickey 2 To ‘Feel Like A Disney Film’
Disney's Epic Mickey producer Warren Spector firmly believes that the original Epic Mickey game is the best looking title on Wii. Spector is also adamant that the game sounds better than any Wii game ever created. He did however promise that Epic Mickey: The Power of Two will be a natural improvement over the original, … Continue reading Spector Believes Epic Mickey Is The Best Looking Wii Game Ever