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Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two

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GF Rating
6.6

223 ratings

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GF Rating
5

Fair

Epic Mickey 2 Review

posted by VampireJoe (PAW PAW, MI) Dec 1, 2012

Member since Nov 2012

2 out of 3 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

Alright so the things that I got to say about epic mickey 2 are that the frame rate when there would be a bunch of enemies or anything else the frame rate would go down...WE LIVE IN THE YEAR 2012 ARE GAME DEVELOPERS LAZY OR WHAT????? Second of all there are glitches in the game were would the guy you would shoot thinner in his mouth there is wood and if hes in it and i paint the wood HE WOULD BE FROZEN...but the story is ok and the gameplay makes me yawn there's really nothing fun just painting and jumping and going into projector's but they finally added voice acting in this game not like epic mickey 1 were they would speak gibbersh. It's alright you can rent it if you want but it's a ok game for a rent.

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GF Rating
5

Fair

boring

posted by zeke365 (POWDER SPRINGS, GA) Apr 22, 2013

Member since Aug 2012

The reason I say that is that in the first epic mickey felt you wanted to save everyone but in this one the game is just boring. The voice acting is good but in this game there seems to be no reason to do the side quests. Its like you beat an area, I'm done routine. It does not feel like forgotten characters instead it feels like a Disney classic. Which I was expecting more eeriness and darker story than this. That my opinion.

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GF Rating
7

Good

Fun but too short

posted by kermitluvver (BEL AIR, MD) Mar 1, 2013

Member since May 2012

First let me say this game was visually stunning. It was fun to play much like the first however it was much too short. The majority of my time spent playing this game was during the epilogue portion, which was a very strange design. I'd already defeated the bad guy, yet still had to play the game in order to complete the vast majority of the game's challenges including some that couldn't be started until after the boss fight. Don't get me wrong, I didn't mind the extra Mickey-time, but it was a strange design to have the closing scene then find out that your heroes have to trek back through all the completed levels to complete these challenges. Then when I finally completed the challenges, there was no additional game ending sequence for closure. I just turned off the console and went to bed. It was very anti-climatic. It just seems sad that a game series with so much potential keeps missing the mark. I enjoyed playing this game but definitely liked the story line of the first Epic Mickey better.

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