Reviews and Problems with Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two
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Worst game ever!
Pablo Fallas Flores, Amazon
11 June 2013
Summary: This is just a blooper. I purchased the game to play with my 6 years old daughter and my 12 years old son.. and by the time we started to play we could tell all the issues with the controls, the usage of the characters (both), the lack of attention to details (story-wise)...so in other words DO NOT BUY IT. Is horrible!.
Summary: This is such a disappointing game that sucks you in at first but the later bosses and the very difficult play made this not enjoyable. I will NEVER buy another DISNEY game again. If I wanted tough and challenging I would have bought another game. Not for kids Not for anyone wanting a relaxing enjoyable game. This one sucks.
Summary: This game is horrible. I couldn't get pass the shoddy controls or the horrible camera angles. It actually gave me a headache while playing it every time I tried. You'd think Disney would have made a better game but this one isn't fun at all.
Love the Original Disney Characters...game is NOT fun or playable
24 February 2013
Summary: The reviews warned that gameplay was a little clunky but worth it for anyone who loves Disney. I bought for my teenage children and the loved the original Disney characters who rarely appear in games (other than Kindom Hearts), but the game is very clunky, gameplay not intuitive, and directions nearly non-existent. My adept teens were frustrated within 2 - 3 hours and stopped playing it. I applaud the effort, but avoid the product.
Summary: The graphics are great. Obviously its Disney. The gameplay is crummy. I bought it because my wife thought it was a good idea but she doesn't know squat about gaming. My sons played it twice and we traded it in. I found out later alot of gaming magazines rated it poorly. I never would have bought it had I had known.
Summary: I was really excited when this was advertised and waited anxiously for it's arrival. I was hopeful that my 5 year old and 10 year old could play together. I heard the play was free form and not like levels had to be passed to do something else in the game. The PS3 has been something my younger child wants to do, but the games were just to complex. I thought surely Mickey Mouse appeals to all, right? Wrong.
Summary: This game is way too difficult even for a hardcore gamer. DO NOT BUY THIS GAME. Very frustrating and the game doesn't help you out at all with what the next step is supposed to be in the story line.