Reviews and Problems with Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two
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Cool game, but tricky.
Holly Harden "working mom", Amazon
26 October 2014
Summary: I got this for my 8-year old who's really quite good at video games but this is way too complicated. I've been looking up tips online to help her through it. You really need 2 players for the whole thing but for the first few levels it can only be 1 player because Mickey has to save Oswald. There's certain things throughout the rest of gameplay you need both characters for and you can't switch characters during gameplay.
Summary: GREAT GAME FOR A GOOD PRICE. VERY SATISFIED. GAME IS FOR DAUGHTER, 23 YEARS OLD, AND PLAYS GAME EVERY DAY OR EVERY OTHER DAY. A LOT, TO HELP PASS TIME. I AM A BED-PATIENT, SHE STAYS HOME TO TAKE CARE OF ME. SHE IS A GREAT DAUGHTER. SHE HAS PUT HER LIFE ON HOLD TO KEEP ME OUT OF THE NURSING HOME. SHE IS MY LIFE.
Summary: I was hoping for a more collaborative game, such as Skylanders. However, it is SO easy to injure one another in this game - just by accident - it turned out, all we did was destroy each other's characters over and over again. And then, when the kids played by themselves, they sort of made a game out of just killing each other because frankly, it's so much easier to do than trying to navigate your way through this immense and confusing and dark puzzle.
Summary: I'm a completest when it comes to games like this. I didn't even come close to completing it. After finishing the game proper I continued to play and try to accomplish the different tasks but I lost interest, especially as you can't complete certain tasks unless you play through the game more than once or complete them within a certain time limit. I suppose this is supposed to enhance the replay value but for me it enhanced my frustration.