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.
Summary: I really enjoyed the first one. The option of two player really attracted me, as well as the improved camera. BUT the controls were terrible really hard to control. And the dynamic split screen is headache inducing.
Summary: I LOVE EPIC MICKEY!! I was so excited to get the power of two... but then I didn't think about what it meant. Playing solo is soooooooo hard. It is not even fun. I am bummed because I like to use my time when the kids are away to play games.
Summary: I bought this for my 5 year old who is great at video games. It is just too hard for him. He got frustrated and gave up. I even bought the paintbrush nunchuck to make it easier and more fun and it was a bust. :(
Summary: This game can be a lot of fun, but it can also drive you crazy. This game has a rich world and great characters. If you are a huge fan of Disney then I would add another star to the review I am giving here.
Summary: In terms of what's there, this game is pretty good. I didn't find the camera or AI issues quite as troublesome as some, though getting individual quests or tasks to advance can be absurdly finicky at times.
They didn't learn from the problems with the first one
16 January 2013
Summary: The art is gorgeous, but the gameplay is frustrating at best, and unplayable at worst. The story cut-scenes are good, but when you play, the little floating troll creature is constantly nagging you with repetitions of the same obvious facts.