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Disney Epic Mickey - Wii Standard Edition

by Disney Interactive
Nintendo Wii
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3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
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  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Screenshots - Click to Enlarge Disney Epic Mickey is an action-adventure platforming game for Wii™ console that sends Mickey Mouse on an epic journey of creativity and discovery. As Mickey, the player is propelled into Wasteland, an alternate world made up of Disney's forgotten creative efforts, and is given the power to wield paint and paint thinner to dynamically change the world while determining Mickey's path to becoming an epic hero. Through the use of this unique paint and paint thinner, the key components of animation and Mickey's tools for impacting his world, players will have the ability to shape how the story unfolds as they discover the concept of "Playstyle Matters" - an innovative style of gameplay created by Disney Interactive Studios' Junction Point, led by industry luminary Warren Spector, where players creatively tackle different challenges in the world to explore all the possibilities and storylines - but with consequences for their chosen actions.

Product Features
  • Use paint and paint thinner to change the world, interact with friends and enemies and solve challenges
  • Choose the best path to become an epic hero because "Playstyle Matters" and choices will change the outcome of the game
  • Explore and solve challenges in an alternate Disney world ruled by Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Walt Disney's first cartoon star
  • Travel between lands in Wasteland through classic platforming levels inspired by animated films and shorts
  • Experience an innovative mix of platforming, action-adventure and light role playing game elements
  • Collect over 75 virtual Disney pins in the game by completing specific challenges, quests and discovering hidden collectibles

Awards and Nominations
Best of E3 Award Winner

About Disney Interactive Studios

Disney Interactive Studios, part of Disney Interactive Media Group, is the interactive entertainment affiliate of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS). Disney Interactive Studios self publishes and distributes a broad portfolio of multi-platform video games and interactive entertainment worldwide. The company also licenses properties and works directly with other interactive game publishers to bring products for all ages to market. Disney Interactive Studios is based in Glendale, California, and has internal development studios around the world. For more information, log on to http://www.disneyinteractivestudios.com
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4.0 out of 5 stars Epic Indeed March 11 2013
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This game has an unexpected level of depth and intrigue, a lot darker than I would have expected it was still a fun little romp. Mickey can be a savior or a destroyer, hero or hellion, use your paint and thinner to purge a terrible evil from Wasteland and find a way to escape it yourself. Recommended for those who enjoy an action adventure game with plenty of platforming and puzzle solving.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Could be better Nov. 22 2012
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I would really like this game, except for the fact of having to do a bunch of things all over again if you die, which I do too much of lol. Also, like a lot of games, it gets too hard after a while, and it gets frustrating. Games should be challenging, but not nearly impossible to finish.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great! April 26 2011
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
The game is great! Having a blast playing it. The only downside is that because there is so much to do in the game, but the game being set in a dark wasteland (therefore, a darker gameplay), you often will get headaches from playing this game. Any person (friend or family) who has played this game cannot play for more than an hour. The game is so open that you are trying to explore it all at once. You want to see every bit of it. However, the extreme darkness often gets you to squint at the screen, wondering if you can travel through the place or not. All in all a great game, however. That is the only downside. For the hour I can play, however, the game is amazing, vivid, and definately priceworthy.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Preface: I liked the game, but I have some complaints I want to address here in warning to the rest of you:

Oddly, my biggest complaint for this, a Disney brand video game, is just how dark it is. The game DOES have your typical Disney happy ending (well, unless you blow all side missions, in which case it's actually possible to get a lot of depressing endings for those side missions/characters), but my main issue is just aesthetically how dark it is. I understand the intent of creating a dark anti-Disneyworld, but it just gets unpleasant straining to see through all the dark vistas and black/purple colour schemes. Nothing really comes alive the way Disney should.

Secondly, it's quite repetitive. For some absurd reason (I think laziness) the designers didn't design more than a few types of items you have to collect on missions. So people are ALWAYS losing books. Everyone randomly has "Power Sparks" to hand over. And that's about it.

Thirdly, the lack of voice acting is inexcusable! The director (Warren Spector) has excused this elsewhere with a lame combination of "Silent cartoon stars" and "Mickey doesn't sound like a hero," but it's total balderdash. Mickey is obviously the heroic type, as evidenced not only by the game itself but by the myriad references to his past successes found within. And if they were concerned about Oswald the Lucky Silent Rabbit getting a voice, an imaginative game designer might have found a funny way to have him be the only silent character in the game.

Complaints aside, it IS fun to play as Mickey in a quite good platformer, and the Disney nods found all over the place are good for a chuckle. Too bad more effort wasn't put into the game though.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Wii's best exclusive of 2010 Dec 1 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The Best way to describe this game is from this excerpt from the [...] review:

Can a stellar story, fantastic characters, incredible cut-scenes, and a solid core game-play mechanic overcome numerous, fundamental problems with controls, the camera, and even continuity? In the end Warren Spector's team has created a mightily impressive foundation. They've managed to get the toughest stuff right. It seemed almost impossible to make Mickey Mouse matter once again. They've even managed to take a nearly dormant character in Oswald and introduce him in a spectacular way, making him one of the most memorable video game characters of the year. And yet the easier stuff is finding a camera system that works, finding a control scheme that's suitable is flawed to the point where the larger experience becomes damaged. If story and character matter more to you than technical details, or if you and your family are Disney fans, many of these problems won't matter. Ultimately, the positive elements of Epic Mickey do manage to make this worth a shot. Going in with the proper level of expectation should manage to keep some of the Wiimote throwing to a minimum, just keep that wrist strap tight.

Get this game if you want play something that will stick in your brain for many month's to come.
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