Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two Review

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Posted 7:52pm on Thu 6 December 2012
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Fans of the original will feel that the entire soul of the game has been ripped out and replaced with a cheerier but gormless imposter.

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Posted 7:52pm on Thu 6 December 2012
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I tried the demo on the eShop and I was not impressed.

From the footage released at E3 I was really hyped for this. Shame Sad
Posted 11:23am on Thu 28 February 2013
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Wow you *aren't looking at this subjectively. You obviously don't have small kids at home or else you would have appreciated the effort tailored in this game for small children like my 6 year old son who U havent been able to remove playing since we purchased the game last week! 12 hours to you will no doubtedly be dozens for my son as he embarks in this wonderful adventure I could only have dreamed of such graphics when I began my first adventures on the original Nintendo. The Xbox provides much more gaming technology and that can be quite intimidating to old school gamers as myself as well as our younger generation which if you take the time to notice nowadays see a game with several functions with so many buttons on a handheld controller and will immediately give up never pushing themselves to become problem solvers never mastering the eye hand coordination as I did. This game is well thought out for the hands and perspective of a young child and is PERFECT for a FIRST GAME for a child on their very first gaming console. As a mother I also appreciate the literary content and dialogue which is one way this game makes good use of its technology that it can actually provide my son with hours of reading time accurate spelling and grammar with clear captions that highlight the words as they are spoken. Many games do not provide this many will narrate with no captions or leave the important dialog in long pages of paragraphs that are not narrated and really just shows laziness and very annoying and confusing for a young reader and his mother . From playing this game I have noticed a great improvement in my sons vocabulary and quite frankly I don't believe there are enough games like this reared for children. This is the best I have found and I Am greatly impressed such a shame Disney and everyone else listened to morons like you and cut the maker of this game . My son was too young to know or play the first epic mickey and from your whinings about Oswald being a bad guy I dont know if I would encourage him to play it either if it involves jealousy and and an evil bunny that hates mickey...well that just doesnt sound healthy to me nor teaches anything. Neither does it hinder our first impression of this game which wonderful!

*Changed offensive language. - Karlius
Posted 11:29am on Thu 28 February 2013
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    Wow you *aren't looking at this subjectively. You obviously don't have small kids at home or else you would have appreciated the effort tailored in this game for small children like my 6 year old son who U havent been able to remove playing since we purchased the game last week! 12 hours to you will no doubtedly be dozens for my son as he embarks in this wonderful adventure I could only have dreamed of such graphics when I began my first adventures on the original Nintendo. The Xbox provides much more gaming technology and that can be quite intimidating to old school gamers as myself as well as our younger generation which if you take the time to notice nowadays see a game with several functions with so many buttons on a handheld controller and will immediately give up never pushing themselves to become problem solvers never mastering the eye hand coordination as I did. This game is well thought out for the hands and perspective of a young child and is PERFECT for a FIRST GAME for a child on their very first gaming console. As a mother I also appreciate the literary content and dialogue which is one way this game makes good use of its technology that it can actually provide my son with hours of reading time accurate spelling and grammar with clear captions that highlight the words as they are spoken. Many games do not provide this many will narrate with no captions or leave the important dialog in long pages of paragraphs that are not narrated and really just shows laziness and very annoying and confusing for a young reader and his mother . From playing this game I have noticed a great improvement in my sons vocabulary and quite frankly I don't believe there are enough games like this reared for children. This is the best I have found and I Am greatly impressed such a shame Disney and everyone else listened to morons like you and cut the maker of this game . My son was too young to know or play the first epic mickey and from your whinings about Oswald being a bad guy I dont know if I would encourage him to play it either if it involves jealousy and and an evil bunny that hates mickey...well that just doesnt sound healthy to me nor teaches anything. Neither does it hinder our first impression of this game which wonderful!

    *Changed offensive language. - Karlius

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    Wow you are an idiot. You obviously don't have small kids at home

    I then stopped reading, thank god your not my parent!
    Posted 6:09pm on Sun 24 March 2013
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    LOVE THIS GAME <3 ^.^!•
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