Reviews and Problems with Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two
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Shame it didn't use Wii U hardware more
PandaChef , GameStop
13 January 2013
Summary: This game is a port from the Wii, just made to use the Gamepad for some things. However, aside from utilizing the Gamepad to show a map and your sketches, and the analog stick to aim, there's no real perk to using the Gamepad. Several times, I wished I could just use a Wii remote and nunchuk to play the game as it was originally intended.
Summary: I like platform games, I like the first Epic Mickey. This is not for hard core gamer fans, this is for light hearted casual gaming. It fun to play bot single and two player, good use of controls. The game is a little buggy in places and frustrating when you have to be in the exact right spot to get the jump right. If you like platforms games then this is a must, if you want zombies and guns give it a miss.
Summary: As mentioned in review of pickmin3 one of these games required a special adaptor at additioal cost of £15 except for the delay in getting the adaptor the two girls liked the video gamesw very much
Summary: Superb platformer for the Wii U, choice it on this platform since the first one was on Wii as well. Think, the first one had a bit more wow factor but as far as platformers go you won't be disappointed.
Summary: Bought this game for the wii u for my partner having originally got the wii game for Christmas 2012. Unfortunately the dog got to that first when it was delivered and it was unplayable... This is an excellent addition to the series and is good fun with added bonus of co-operative play. Item was dispatched and delivered promptly. No complaints at all.
Summary: After playing the Epic Mickey on the Wii and loving it, this game was just a disappointment; The camera angles are still quite bad and many of the bugs and glitches from the first game still exist in this game. Most of these, however, were easily overlooked in the first game due to it's charm and overall brilliant feel - Things which I felt Epic Mickey 2 was lacking.