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Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion

by Disney Interactive Studios
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews) 63 / 100

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Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Players will experience Disney's forgotten characters and attractions in all-new levels and further explore levels from the original Disney Epic Mickey game, but now changed, impacted by world-changing events that have shaken Wasteland apart.
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Product Details

Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007R6U53C
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 1 inches ; 2.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 18, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #501 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: Nintendo 3DS

Product Description

The storyline will feature a variety of new and returning characters that will further immerse players in Disney’s rich history while adversaries familiar and new will challenge players.

Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion is an Action-Adventure Platformer, exclusively for play on Nintendo 3DS. The game is a companion release to the simultaneously released Disney Epic Mickey 2: the Power of Two, and a nod to Sega's classic Illusion game series from the 1990's, that also featured Mickey Mouse. Features include a special interactive drawing and painting function, the core Disney Epic Mickey paint and thinner gameplay mechanic, Nintendo 3DS touchscreen functionality, familiar Disney villains and bosses, and Disney universe themed game levels and environments.

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Mickey Mouse platforming across a ship in Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion
Return to Wasteland to face a challenge from an unexpected enemy.
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Wield the Power of the Brush with Your 3DS

Join Mickey and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in an epic battle to save the magical world of Wasteland and change it forever. A castle ruled by a evil witch has appeared in the Wasteland. Within the castle, characters of the Disney universe, including the beloved Minnie Mouse, are in danger of disappearing forever.

In this side-scrolling gameworld, players must utilize both their platforming skills, and their paint and erase abilities to alter the world around them if they hope to save the world and their friends. The touchscreen of the 3DS allows for the tracing and illustration of a variety of objects. The best of renditions will allow objects to be used against enemies, while those less accurate could also be a hazard to all in-game, including Mickey and his friends.

Key Game Features

  • Disney Epic Mickey: Power Of Illusion offers a special drawing and painting function that will allow players to create an interactive world by using the stylus to draw objects in the bottom screen that magically transform into classic Disney-style 2D illustrations. Utilizing the game's unparalleled dual screen integration, players will then move their creations to the top screen where they are further transformed into beautiful, fully realized objects that pop off the screen in stunning 3D.
  • Players will utilize the core Disney Epic Mickey gameplay mechanic of paint and thinner while playing as Mickey Mouse in an attempt to save classic Disney Toon characters.
  • Players will engage in epic boss battles with familiar Disney villains using attacks involving the power of illusions to surprise players.
  • Players will adventure through game levels based on animated Disney films such as Peter Pan and Aladdin, as well as interact with beloved Disney characters.
  • In between adventures, players can develop their own fortress by taking a small fort and expanding it into a thriving castle.

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A good rendition of a cannon in Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion
Classic platforming action.
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Avoiding a dropping obstacle in Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion
Special draw & paint function.
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Mickey placing cannons throughout the game environment in Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion
Use illusions in boss battles.
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Peter Pan in Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion
Disney universe game levels.
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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Y - Because we LIKE YOU! :) November 18, 2012
Platform for Display:Nintendo 3DS|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I'm a lifelong Mickey Mouse fan (who grew up watching the Mickey Mouse Club in the 70s!), so this game was a "must have" for me.
So is it a good game? In short: absolutely!
Is it like Castle of Illusion for Sega Genesis? Sort of.
Is it good for all ages? I'd say maybe 6 or 7 and up?

So here is the long version of my review:
The game starts out with hoards of long, cumbersome dialogue that seems to go on forever. That will practically put you to sleep. But be patient because beyond that, the game starts right off into platform action and is quite fun. The funny thing is, I am NOT a platform game player - I do not like or buy them except on rare occasions. But this game, being Mickey Mouse, drew me in, and I'm very glad it did.
It's difficulty so far (I have made it a couple worlds into the game), is not too hard for me. But there's some areas that might cause frustration for others. My 30 year old platform game loving sister even got stuck at one point. It really comes down to a matter of patience, paying attention to instructions given throughout the game, and your problem solving skills.
For those who played/enjoyed the original Castle of Illusion game, this will not be a complex game for them. This game is actually easier, IMO. There are certain types of jumps you have to perform on top of enemies to get to higher platforms which requires perfect timing, and that is one area that I think very young children might have an issue with. Aside from that, the game is a lot of fun all around. I like that there is some problem solving involved to advance through certain areas.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Decent gameplay marred by frustratingly slow mechanics December 6, 2012
Platform for Display:Nintendo 3DS|Verified Purchase
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I was really looking forward to playing this game due to nostalgia I've had for Castle of Illusion, but now that I've regrettably finished it, I can't recommend it to anyone.

The gameplay is good. The platforming and bouncing off of enemies feels enjoyable (similar to CoI's, though I want this to stand on its own merits), and a lot of the enemy and character movements are very well animated. Despite the lack of enemy variety, it would honestly be a fairly fun (though short) game to play through if the platforming and enemies were the only gameplay mechanics. However, since this is "Epic Mickey", paint mechanics are a primary focus of the game, much to its detriment.

Every obstacle in the game is in one or two forms - either an object is missing from the world that you have to paint in, or an object is impeding progress that you will need to use thinner to remove from the world - and there are a lot of these obstacles. Even if you were to ignore the optional areas and collectibles only attainable via painting/thinning, you will still find yourself spending about a quarter of your time doing this. You will be forced to trace the crude outlines of the same very few unrelated shapes over and over again for the sake of progression, always interrupting you from doing the actually decent platforming the game has.

Additionally, you will be tasked with mind-numbingly boring fetch quests for the various Disney characters you meet. This will involve re-visiting a stage multiple times with slightly different enemy placement for menial rewards. As a completionist, I generally enjoy trying to get and see everything a game has to offer.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Return to the Castle of Illusion June 7, 2013
Platform for Display:Nintendo 3DS
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
The existence of Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two was among the single worst-kept secrets in gaming there for a while (and probably will go down in history as one of the worst-kept gaming secrets period). First leaked in August 2011 by a marketing survey, it wasn't until seven months later, in March 2012, that Disney finally confirmed it was a real thing which would be releasing in November of that year. However, alongside that long-expected announcement came the surprise news that a completely separate Epic Mickey game, dubbed Power of Illusion, would be releasing simultaneously on the Nintendo 3DS. Playing off the established Epic Mickey premise of forgotten Disney, Power of Illusion serves as a sequel to the Illusion series of Mickey Mouse games by Sega released in the early 1990s, particularly the best-known and best-loved entry, Castle of Illusion (which, coincidentally, is getting its own HD remake later this year). As someone who was utterly infatuated with the original Epic Mickey (see my review on that page or my profile), I was very excited for the release of these two new games, and though I haven't gotten around to playing Epic Mickey 2 and only just finished Power of Illusion due to time constraints and a gigantic gaming backlog, I have to say I walked away very impressed with the Epic Mickey series' first -- and possibly only -- sidescrolling entry. Read more ›
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