Wish they made Oswald smarter or fixed the clunky play through.
15 January 2013
Summary: I will start off by saying that I was excited to use Mickey and Oswald. The graphics are pretty clean and the playable world has a Disney-like feel. The problem I have with this game is the tedious fights, head scratching story objectives, and the lousy AI of Oswald. This is a single player or co-op game. If you have a friend, I recommend that you beat this game with them in co-op. When I played with my friend, this game was a lot funner.
Summary: This is written based on the xbox360 version of this game. The concept - a new storyline for Mickey (and Oswald) - is a great one. The cut scenes are spectacular. Watching the opening scenes really gives you the feeling like you are playing characters in a Disney cartoon. Then the game play starts. The camera is horrid, and the same stick controls the camera and the aiming.
Summary: This is a terrible game. The controls are awkward, it is difficult to co-ordinate the characters. Lots of stuff happens on screen; towers fall, paths open up, paths disappear and you are left standing in the middle of it all with no real idea of what to do or where to go (unless your helpful friend pops up to nudge you along). I bought this so that my daughter and I could play a co-op game, but it simply leaves you frustrated due to all of the stuff above.
Summary: This game seems too difficult for age it is aimed at. Bought for my daughter, age 6, because she loves Disney and especially Mickey but just really tricky - even with her Daddy's help! A real shame.