Disney’s Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two, has been given a release date of November 18th 2012 in the US.
“Our fans have told us how eager they are for a sequel to ‘Disney Epic Mickey’ and I’m happy to be able to reveal the launch date for “Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two,” said Warren Spector, creative director and vice president, Junction Point. “I think players are going to be excited by the new areas of the game being revealed at E3 where they will need to determine who their friends really are as they team up Mickey Mouse and Oswald to restore balance in Wasteland.”
At E3, they were showing off a couple of new levels including one based off of the 1937 Silly Symphonies cartoon, ‘The Old Mill’.
Another level involved a struggle to save Wasteland from a giant animatronic blotworx dragon, inspired by the Pete’s Dragon Float from “The Main Street Electrical Light Parade,” at the Disney theme parks.
Wasteland is an alternate world which is filled with 80 years of forgotten Disney characters (up to now of course) and other theme park attractions.
Mickey and Oswald (A lucky Rabbit) must for the first time come togeher as partners to save Wasteland. This will bring for the first time in the series, a co-op play mode.
Mickey will of course have the magical paint brush allowing him to use both paint, and thinner, and Oswald has the power of a remote control which allows him to command electricity.
‘PlayStyle Matters’ is a form of gameplay of Warren Spector’s creation, the creative director and vice president at Junction Point . It will allow the game to change dynamically to reveal different possibilities and storylines, but of course with consequences for each action chosen.
Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two will release for the Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3 (+ Move).
Another version of the game will also be releasing to the Nintendo 3DS made by DreamRift, which is in collaboration with Junction Point, the developers of the other versions.
Currently the game is not rated, and no UK release date has yet been given.
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