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.
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...
Summary: I like the game ok. My daughter loves it. It shipped quickly and provides hours of entertainment. My only complaint is that like most Wii games the multiplayer level is a "work together" mode. It would be nice to have some competitive element.
Summary: The graphics are really dark at certain times where it's hard to see where Mickey is. My daughter also had a bit of trouble (admittedly so did I) a few times either getting the hang of it and/or realizing what we were supposed to do.
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: If you are a Disney fan, than this game is for you. My wife and I bought this game and the Osward Remote (okay buy) and Mickey Paintbrush (great buy) controllers for my niece who loves everything about Disney. This game offers many great qualities, but also a few flaws.
Summary: My 5-year-old enjoys playing this. I play some with him to humor him. The graphics are good for a Wii game, almost like watching a movie. But the game itself is "dark" and just kind of strange. And the gameplay is pretty difficult actually.
Summary: I really enjoyed playing this game, though it was shorter than I expected. There were multiple glitches, however, that made finishing eight of the side quests impossible. Characters and places completely disappeared from the game, and one of the paths was blocked by a stuck random object.
Summary: This is probably a 4~5 star game if you haven't played the first one. I'm happy they came up with voice-overs and a second player system. However, the camera is even worse than in the first installment. The quests are very repetitive. The story is not very engrossing.