Summary: The game is too complicated and more over is too dark. You can barely see what the crap is going on. I expected bright colored visuals and fun game with Disney title. No wonder this game tanked.
Summary: I had high hopes for this game and really liked the art and concept. But overall it just seems to have wound up as a sloppy platformer. I wouldn't just rate the camera as annoying; I'd call it an enemy programmed into the game that you can't defeat. Imagine playing the game with a tapeworm. No really, I think I spent more time fighting with the camera than I did with any of the actual enemies.
Summary: this game had so much potential. some of it was cool. i liked the storyline, the neat paint & thinner brushes idea, it all had an nice disney/magical feel to it. however- the camera angles (and some of the graphics in general) are so awful it makes for a disappointing gaming experience. not worth the time or money.
Summary: Sure it may look great, but the game play is horrible. Your game playing stops frequently (to show "animation" clips) Maybe a younger child wouldn't get annoyed with the interrupted game play, but for an older child and adult it is highly irritating. It's one thing to do that silliness during the training portion of the game, but it continues after as well.
Summary: Epic Mickey is ok there is a lot of mistakes in the game like the camera it really enioys me when i play and traps like holes in the ground you cant get out and that was not made in the game that right there was a game error. i would not recommend this to a friend.
Summary: I was not a big fan of this game. The camera angles often were bad, and hard to adjust. worst of all it seemed like every 30 seconds to a minute it would stop your playing for a cut scene. Its really bad in the begining when they teach you how to play. They teach you how to spray paint at least 3 times, and it got annoying. While a 7 year old might need to be told how to do something over and over its insulting to the older audience.
Summary: This game had a lot of potential, both for kids and adults alike. Unforunately, it seems as though the developers got to a certain point and said "good enough", and let it go at that. For starters, aside from the opening cutscene, there is no talking in this game. Just occasional noises of surprise, fear, etc. Just a bunch of subtitles. The game gets the look down pretty good. The controls..