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- Jun 16, 2010
Warren Spector talks to GameSpot's Laura Parker about Disney Epic Mickey for the Wii.
sigh it looks like it is trying to compare with okami... this game does not excite me like okami did...
I hope the game still poses a challenge, I read a couple of previews that said it was quite easy... Still can't wait! Second most hyped game of this E3! =D
I'd like to see more gameplay. I'm not totally satisfied by what Warren Spector said there, not by the gameplay. The double jumps alone make me think it's too complicated for the masses. I'd like to be wrong though
Interesting, but still needs a lot of work to convince me it's not just another paintbrush game clone.
I know Warren said this was originally was gonna be multi-platform and then decided to make it only for the Wii, but I read somewhere that they were thinking about making it multi-platform again. I really hope they do decide to make it multi-platform, because I don't have a Wii and I REALLY want to play Epic Mickey!
Hm, from my initial look-in from the game a while back, I remember it promoting such a vibrant graphical style with colors mixed into some very dark locales. It seems to be toned down a bit, somewhat of a letdown. Reminds me distinctly of Rayman 2.
I still like looking at the old art work more than actually looking at the game, no buy from me, I'd rather buy the art.
Great! I hate most moral systems in games because they are preachy. In fable for instance, apparently the way to be "good" and deal with a bully is just to hit him in the face. I'm a pacifist and that really annoyed me. And in Infamous aswell your character grows all haggard and evil-looking even if you just kill someone by accident. Nazis weren't consciously evil for god's sake, they were prejudiced patriotic arrogant idiots. And this simplification is clearly the greatest evil. Hurrah for Mickey. I wonder if he will be blighted by the anti-semitism of his creator ol' Walt Disney, and it will be a story about fighting personal demons and Nazi Daffy Duck?/Rant over, I am not a nazi.