The original "Epic Mickey" was a mess. The controls were clunky, the camera was broken, the environments were drab and dreary, and, perhaps most incredibly, there was absolutely no voice acting. "Epic Mickey 2" does a serviceable job of correcting most of these problems, and is definitely a better game than its predecessor. Make no mistake, however; despite these improvements, it's still a very mediocre game. Though the game is actually playable this time around, it remains repetitive, largely uninteresting, and short on substance. Worth a rent if you're a Disney fan, but nobody should be blowing sixty bucks on this.