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- Disney Epic Mickey Software
- 5" Collectible Vinyl Figure
- Special Edition DVD with behind the scenes footage and other marketing materials and videos
- Wii Remote Faceplate and Wii console skins
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| Disney Epic Mickey is an action-adventure platforming game for Wii™ console that sends Mickey Mouse on an epic journey of creativity and discovery. As Mickey, the player is propelled into Wasteland, an alternate world made up of Disney's forgotten creative efforts, and is given the power to wield paint and paint thinner to dynamically change the world while determining Mickey's path to becoming an epic hero. Through the use of this unique paint and paint thinner, the key components of animation and Mickey's tools for impacting his world, players will have the ability to shape how the story unfolds as they discover the concept of "Playstyle Matters" - an innovative style of gameplay created by Disney Interactive Studios' Junction Point, led by industry luminary Warren Spector, where players creatively tackle different challenges in the world to explore all the possibilities and storylines - but with consequences for their chosen actions. |
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| About Disney Interactive Studios |
Disney Interactive Studios, part of Disney Interactive Media Group, is the interactive entertainment affiliate of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS). Disney Interactive Studios self publishes and distributes a broad portfolio of multi-platform video games and interactive entertainment worldwide. The company also licenses properties and works directly with other interactive game publishers to bring products for all ages to market. Disney Interactive Studios is based in Glendale, California, and has internal development studios around the world. For more information, log on to http://www.disneyinteractivestudios.com
Top Customer Reviews
* The Mickey Statue: Cool concept, but one small problem: It was completely broken. Apparently, I'm NOT the only one with this problem! This seems to be a wide-scale defect. In my case, the left-arm fell off (a clean break right out of the arm socket, easily fixed) and his nose was also broken off (also fixed, but not as clean). Luckily I am one of those geeky adult collectors who is handy with small models and fixed it, but if you were buying this for your child for Christmas and their Mickey statue was shattered, they would be heartbroken. Also, this would be more understandable if the statue were actually a statue, but it's more of a plastic/vinyl action figure, a material that tends to be durable. How many plastic action figures have you seen ever shatter during shipping? They can take a beating! This is clearly shoddy craftsmanship.
* Wiimote Skin: This is the only included product that's of high quality and matches what you expect. It is not the same material as what DecalGirl-type skins usually use, it's more like a sticker, but still it fits the Wiimote exactly. I put it on a Wii Motion Plus remote and it fit perfectly.
* Console Skins: These skins were pretty much the reason I bought the Collector's Edition over the regular game. The "skins" turn out to be dinky little 3"x3" square stickers. They are not fit to the sides of a Wii console, the way other console skins fit. All in all, VERY disappointed.Read more ›
First, yes, there are some disappointing things about this set, starting with the 'Wii skin'. It's a small square sticker that'd be better off on a laptop, skateboard or mirror (do people still do that?). You can see how small it is in the pictures above, and they really shouldn't have advertised it as a skin, which is supposed to cover the Wii console. I actually laughed out loud when I saw this for myself. The Oswald Wii controller skin is cool though, and fits perfectly, though it's just applied to the front of the controller. Now my controller doesn't look so boring any more, and Oswald is finally getting some representation.
The bonus disc (kept in a thin cardboard slipcase) has some features that you probably won't watch more than once, but some are worth repeated viewings. The behind the scenes featurettes cover a lot of ground regarding the different aspects of making the game. This runs at over a half an hour, and is full of interviews with the designers and how the game was made. You can see that the developers really cared for this project and put their all into the design of the game, and that's cool. There are bonus videos, two being glorified trailers, and the other being a cool segment with artist Garibaldi painting a large Mickey mural in a stylish way.Read more ›
The packaging? Great. The inclusions? Skins? Eh. Statue is cute. Bag of air that protected the statue? Excellent, and rendolent of springtime on the Matterhorn in Disneyland.
The game itself? Graphically - excellent. The gameplay mechanics are pretty well thought out, and the graphics are great. (Spoiler - Tommorrow City reminds me of Disneyland in the '60s.)
The big problems I have with the game are, first - the point of view camera. It varies considerably inside a game, from having the ability to switch your orientation at will (IE look in the direction that Mickey is looking) to going to an eagle-eye view that won't let you see what Mickey's seeing or change the angle of view. It's very frustrating, and causes you to die quickly.
You die a lot in this game, usually in very stupid ways because you can't see where the edges of the platforms or floors are - and if you go off one there's either a deadly drop or a pool of thinner waiting to take you out.
Why can't you see it? Because of the second problem - THE FOLKS WHO CREATED THIS MADE EVERYTHING SO BLASTED DARK! I swear, trying to play this game in spots is like trying to navigate across a landscape strewn with potholes with an occasional streetlight at night with heavy sunglasses on. You will walk off a platform because you can't see the edge. You will jump, and you won't see where you're supposed to land. You will run, and because you can't see the edge you'll go right off it. Turn up the brightness and contrast on the TV and you get... a lighter shade of black and no real definition and you STILL die.
But this time, with eyestrain! What a bonus!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As a huge Disney and Mickey Mouse fan, this was the only video game that I have ever been excited about. I was given this set as a gift and was eager to get playing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nick Menezes
I was hesitant about getting this because of the reviews of the figurine being broken. But I ordered it anyway because it was such a great deal. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jessica Houston
I won't review the game as there are many good reviews. The box is around 12in x 8in x 8in. The Mickey figurine is made of rubberized plastic and sits about 4 inches tall (very... Read morePublished 22 months ago by HOLOBAND