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Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two - PlayStation 3 Standard Edition

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Everyone
4 customer reviews

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  • All in-game characters - most notably Oswald The Lucky Rabbit whose voice will be heard for the first time ever - are fully voiced by the official voice actors of those characters
  • Players will experience Disney's forgotten characters and attractions in all-new levels and further explore levels from the original Disney Epic Mickey game, but now changed, impacted by world-changing events that have shaken Wasteland apart.
  • New 2D levels based on classic Disney animated films and shorts will offer compelling puzzle-based, platforming gameplay
  • Players will enjoy an original game story co-written by award-winning American comic book writer, Marv Wolfman, and Junction Point
  • The storyline will feature a variety of new and returning characters that will further immerse players in Disney's rich history while adversaries familiar and new will challenge players.
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
  • ASIN: B007MM9E2E
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 15.2 x 1.3 cm ; 9 g
  • Release Date: Nov. 18 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,355 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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Players can play as Oswald in drop-in, drop-out 2-player co-op mode. "The Power of Two" will be evident as Oswald participates in Mickey's adventure every step of the way.

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By Ozzalin TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Dec 21 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
I absolutely love this tittle for the PS3! Its amazingly fun as a solo player, but... The real fun is to play this game with someone else in the same room on the same screen, one is playing as Mickey with the brush and the other one is playing as Ozwald helping Mickey with tons of different little gadgets! Love it!
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I could recommend many other games to buy for the family. This one takes a while to get into, not very exciting, difficult for children.
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By Huzaifa Sheikh on Sept. 8 2015
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Awesome game and I got the game early, no regrets haha.
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Great game
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48 of 54 people found the following review helpful
The Downfalls of Two... Jan. 15 2013
By Avid Amazonian - Published on
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
When Epic Mickey was released on the Wii, I cried a little… A game about classic Disney literature, games and movies all tied with a neat little bow, aka beautiful graphics and a timeless appeal of faithful recreations(does that level look like the original NES game?!??) and hidden aspects for those of us that truly love Disney (including hidden Mickeys) and know all the little references that no one else does… but I didn’t own a Wii. I almost went and bought one to try it. I’m a Disney nerd and that looked like heaven to me. But I waited… it wasn’t worth paying that much to try one game.

Now, the sequel is finally released and I was SO excited that I was finally going to get my time with Mickey since it was released on a stronger/better console (sorry Wii fans, just the facts). And for the most part it’s what I wanted, but in other ways I’m sorely disappointed. Let’s separate it into two different categories… what works and what doesn’t.

Here’s why I love parts of it, and why it deserves AT LEAST 3 stars:

1) Disney Nerdvana- There are references to classic materials EVERYWHERE. I own most of the old films (I’m talking the classic shorts, etc) and there are references literally everywhere. Every time I turn a corner I revel in yet another reference that I know few else are seeing the same way. Classic movies, games, stories, materials (including lunchboxes and old school Mickey Mouse Club records on turn tables) pamper the areas with nostalgia. I’m only in my thirties, but I love all of it and I’ve done my research as a Disney nerd… the creators made this with pure love and I’m loving how much attention to detail they put in this thing. Not only that, it looks VERY nice. The worlds are recreations of Disneyland, rides, etc. This thing takes on Disney with a passion and leaves nothing out.

2) Classic costumes and collectibles- Dressing as Steamboat Willie and running around 2D sepia-toned platform levels feels so old school that I love it. Finding pins to trade and collect… let’s see, when am I going back to Disneyland again??

3) Using paint and thinner is a lot of fun and I love watching things change with me painting or thinning them out. It’s almost mesmerizing to watch. Fun effects, though simplistic they may be.

Here’s why I can’t possibly give it MORE THAN 3 stars:

1) Camera controls- there are times I move towards a wall and the camera flips dramatically on me. Suddenly I’m running off a cliff because the camera won’t turn the way I want it to. Very annoying.

2) The Power of Two?- this game was meant to be played with 2 people multiple times… and that’s its downfall. I’m in my thirties and can get around just fine, but my kid can’t. We play games together and she loves that, usually, but this game… she gives up out of frustration. The challenges are often too simple for me to solve, but too complex for my 5 year old and too flawed for her to get the character to the area she wants it to go. So she gave up and won’t play with me anymore. Now I’m playing alone but can’t get everything I want since I can only do this by myself now. Many hidden challenges and puzzles (the whole reason I wanted this game) can only be solved with two actual players. Sure, Oswald can help as an AI, but there is the next issue…

3) Oswald’s A.I. (Annoying Intelligence)- Oswald runs in my way all the time. He jumps on my head, pushes me off cliffs and platforms, knocks puzzles around when I need them in key areas, and never quite does what I need him to do. He is supposed to help, but I find myself often smacking him out of the way to avoid him causing me more issues. And then he yells at me for it. It gets old, fast…

4) Who is this game for anyway??: This is too nicely designed for a child to appreciate to its fullest. They won’t understand the intricate details of the backgrounds and hidden references. They’ll also get frustrated when Mickey can’t jump high enough or Oswald doesn’t do what he is supposed to. However, the developers didn’t take enough time to fine tune it for an experienced gamer either, thereby causing me to get frustrated when I know what I should be doing, but can’t accomplish it without multiple efforts due to bad programming or design… so I’m not sure who their core audience was in this game… kids or adults… In my opinion, it doesn’t meet either of our needs/wants. The fact that playing with two experienced (most likely teenage to adult) gamers needs to happen will be unlikely in a game with this many flaws for as long as needed.

5) The power of consequence- I love games with consequences. I believe that if I make a decision that is bad, that should affect me throughout the game. The developers believe this too, but they didn’t think it out very well. For instance… the second town you go to, you are supposed to find a way to get to the next area. If you really don’t explore a lot, you’ll find the path really easily. BUT, this game is about removing and painting items in to change your surroundings and find clues and secrets… so right at the beginning of the town I find a secret alleyway through a building (SCORE! I love secrets!) so I take the passageway only to find out that this is an alternate way to my next objective… and that’s a BAD thing I guess because by finding the secret pathway, I’ve made the town get hurt by thinning out certain walls. I didn’t know I was doing a negative consequence until it was too late and someone yells at me. Now, hours later I return to the town and they charge me extra for items since I was a jerk before… though an unintentional one. For a game that encourages secrets and exploration, I shouldn’t feel discouraged for finding and taking one. There was little for me to know that I was going to my next objective but in the wrong way… I’ve had several situations like this as well… For instance I wasn’t supposed to hurt monsters in one area, so Oswald took it upon himself to attack them for me, thereby making a character mad at me. This is a major flaw in the game system and one that discourages me the most from continuing onward. I can’t play things out the way I want to and feel scared of finding secrets now. I always try to play through a game the first time as a nice character if given the option… so far, with really trying to be good, I am about 50/50 on doing things the nice way…

6) A sequel- This IS a sequel. They expect you to know that, and I did… but they played it out like I knew ALL the events that occurred in the first game. Dear game developers: Thanks for releasing this on new consoles… perhaps you should have considered that for some of us, this is our first time around with Mickey since the first one was only released on the Wii?? I still feel lost on certain key plot points… It’s not enough to really ruin it for me, but the events of this game rely heavily upon your knowledge of the first game. You don’t have to know it all, but you won’t get as much out of it as you want… like me.

That being said, is it fun? Yes actually, and if you’re a hardcore nerd like myself it may be worth looking into anyway and dealing with the frustrations, but I wouldn’t pay more than minimum price for this game, whatever you consider that price range to be. Just take what I said into consideration… if you can’t get past the annoyances listed above, you should probably stay away from it. If you are okay and still want to give it a try with a little patience… I still gave it 3 stars. That should say something on its own. But next time, if there is one, I hope they put as much attention into the programming as they did with the designs and nostalgia.

So close to greatness… And yet still so far.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Bought for kids and I play it more then them. Aug. 10 2013
By Cherish Hanscom - Published on
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
I bought this for my kids because they loved the first one, but they had the first one on the Wii. I love this one more because the graphics are amazing and its seems to flow better on the PS3. The color and story is wonderful and I have more fun then the kids! I would highly recommend! Wonderful fun.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
SUPER FUN! CO-OP is great with Move! Dec 7 2012
By idommah - Published on
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
this game is the best! i bought it off Target, it comes with a PS3 Super Slim 250 GB bundle for $299 now there is special savings for $290! its great the best thing is the CO-OP with the move! hard to figure out what do do in quests and not many hints! played with it for 2 days and still not even %3 finished!

1- Good CO-OP
2- Graphics are great
3- You don't have to start all over when you die! you will respawn from the place you died in!
4- You will play with it for more than a month for sure!
5- Its like a music show! super fun with some in-game cartoon clips!
6- Easy to understand controls! very smooth with Move navigation and motion controllers!

1- Not enought hints!
2- Doesn't give you enough info for quests!
3- you might get stuck a lot because it doesn't make any sense sometimes
4- Hard to kill monsters! first disable then you need to spray them with ink,(disable with a hit to the head, jump on it)
5- Not much action in the game! monsters are limited!
6- You die easily!

you will probably get frustrated. you might need to help your kids with it. but its fun overall.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Eh...Not the greatest, but the disney aspect is fun Nov. 15 2014
By E. Kellogg - Published on
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
When the first epic mickey came out I was so bummed that it only came out on the WII. I am a huge disney geek and was really wanting to get my hands on it, but unfortunately I only owned a ps3. Obviously when the second came out, I was ecstatic to hear that it was coming out for the playstation 3 console. As soon as it came out I jumped on the chance to play it. Unfortunately I was slightly disappointed with the turnout. I was expecting something that really satisfied my disney craving as well as my need for an in depth adventure type of game. However I felt that it only really satisfied one of those...the disney craving.

This game is jam packed with classic disney iconography. I literally think that every little bit in the game has to do in some respect with former disney titles. In addition to that, the world is beautifully put together. The buildings and characters are bright and extremely detailed and the voice acting is excellent. You can tell that the designers put a lot of effort into designing the surrounding world.

Unfortunately this seemed to be all that they really focused on because most everything else in the game needed work in my opinion.

First, when I buy a game I buy it largely in part because I like the idea behind the plot. this game however seemed to have an exceptionally shallow plot. I felt that there just wasn't much to it, which leaves me unable to really feel immersed in the game. My second gripe about the story line has to do with the amount of content that the developers assume that you know from the first game. To me, it seems a little odd that you would assume someone knows the backstory from a game that was release on an entirely different console. Oh well, it just would have been nice to have some sort of refresher.
Second, While I loved the amount of puzzles that required at least 2 players, the AI absolutely sucked. Most of the time it felt like oswald was intentionally trying to mess you up or push you off a ledge or something. Either way, it got annoying really quick. In addition to the annoying Artificial Intelligence, the camera angles were equally as annoying. half the time I walk myself right into an enemy and end up dying because I can't see to fight back.

Overall, I felt that the disney aspect of the game was great. In fact, they severely exceeded my expectations. Unfortunately the rest of the game was shallow and uninviting. I'm not sure how the first game was, but I know that this one could have been better.
34 of 48 people found the following review helpful
great fun for kids and adults I suspect foul play on negative reviews Nov. 18 2012
By James Denig - Published on
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I bought this for my niece and after purchasing it for almost 60 bucks for her and reading the online reviews I got nervous. Dont be the game looks stunning in hd and the disney world is incredible the camera is clunky but it is nothing major like the reviews make it its a ton of fun and really will give you a nostaligic good feeling even the adults, I had no complaints from the kids and the adults in the room all had a blast. If your getting sick of these bs propaganda games like black ops call of duty and want something simpler for the kids or the kid at heart check it out its refreshing and old fashin fun.. mabey the developers didnt pay enough for a great review it doesnt add up a ton of work went in to it and it looks fantastic! nitpicking at its finest

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