Epic Mickey Producer Calls VR A Fad

Warren Spector, the man behind the Epic Mickey franchise, isn't entirely convinced by Virtual Reality headsets such as Morpheus and Oculus Rift. Spector joins Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime in criticising the current technology and believes that it is simply nothing more than a fad. Spector claims that people generally look silly wearing the … Continue reading Epic Mickey Producer Calls VR A Fad

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Epic Mickey Creator Warren Spector Says His Next Game Will Focus On Procedural Narrative

Epic Mickey creator Warren Spector has stated that his next project will not be a musical related game, but will instead focus on a procedural narrative. Spector sadly wouldn't give any further hints as to what his next video game project would be, but here's what he had to say. "I’m not going to tell … Continue reading Epic Mickey Creator Warren Spector Says His Next Game Will Focus On Procedural Narrative

Warren Spector: Underestimate Nintendo At Your Peril

In an interview with GameSpot, Deus Ex and Epic Mickey designer Warren Spector displayed his enthusiasm for Nintendo and the Wii U. Spector said he thinks Nintendo has been written off too many times, and that if you're underestimating Nintendo, you're doing so at your own risk. Spector also said that he thinks the video … Continue reading Warren Spector: Underestimate Nintendo At Your Peril

Warren Spector Angered By The Unveiling Of The New Wolfenstein Game

In reaction to the announcement of the newly revealed Wolfenstein game from Bethesda, video game designer Warren Spector went on Facebook today to say that the world does not need a “generically dark, monochromatic, FPS, kill-the-Nazi-giant-robot game.” For those who don’t know, Spector was the lead designer behind Epic Mickey, Epic Mickey 2: The Power … Continue reading Warren Spector Angered By The Unveiling Of The New Wolfenstein Game

Disney Retains Rights To Epic Mickey Franchise

Disney Interactive Studios subsidiary Junction Point Studios is no more, and its founder, Warren Spector, no longer works for Disney. The two games Junction Point Studios developed, Epic Mickey and its sequel, Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, are Disney's properties, and Disney retains the rights to the IP of the franchise, in which … Continue reading Disney Retains Rights To Epic Mickey Franchise

Disney Confirms Epic Mickey Developer Junction Point Studios’ Closure

Disney has confirmed that Junction Point Studios is defunct as of today, January 29th, 2013. The studio was established in 2005 by Warren Spector, and it was acquired by Disney Interactive Studios in 2007. In its lifetime, the studio developed two video games - Wii-exclusvie Epic Mickey and its sequel, Epic Mickey 2: The Power … Continue reading Disney Confirms Epic Mickey Developer Junction Point Studios’ Closure

Epic Mickey 2 Only Sold 270,000 Copies In The US

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

Epic Mickey 2 Might Not Make Wii U Launch

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