Reviews and Problems with Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion
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Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion
2 September 2013
Summary: As a Sega Genesis child, the news that Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion was going to be a spiritual sequel to Castle of Illusion sent me into a fit of joy spasms . Considering how tedious the original Epic Mickey was, my interest in this handheld excursion easily dwarfed any held towards the...
Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion review (3DS)
3 February 2013
Excerpt: The sorcerer Yen Sid needs to lock up his magic brush. He may be a powerful fellow and his flowing beard might be spectacular, but his track record when it comes to protecting his tools could charitably be described as “quite poor.
Excerpt: I did not think it was possible for the concept of Disney Epic Mickey to work on the Nintendo 3DS. Guess what? I was wrong. The brilliant minds over at Disney Interactive Studios pulled it off in Disney Epic Mickey Power of Illusion. They did that and paid homage to the old Super NES title.
Conclusion: Needless to say, I found Power of Illusion to be an incredibly disappointing game. There’s nothing fun about the experience and any warm, fuzzy feelings of nostalgia brought upon by the design, soundtrack and concept are ruined by clunky and infuriating gameplay.
Conclusion: Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion is rated E for Everyone with an ESRB descriptor of Mild Cartoon Violence. Mickey just jumps on enemies and splashes paint at them, and defeated foes just fall off the screen. Reading ability is a must for all the text.
Summary: " Epic Mickey: The Power of Illusion " is the slave of too many masters. Trying to appeal to fans of Disney, platform games and the original Castle of Illusion it finds itself caught between worlds and unable to satisfy any of them.