Was Epic Mickey mediocre or just misunderstood? Unless you’re a Disney apologist or a Wii-owning, gift-scouring parent who doesn’t know any better, the answer to that question will dictate whether you give Epic Mickey 2 a try. By all accounts, it’s still very much the jumpy, painty game Epic Mickey was, only with a second optionally computer or player-controlled character (Oswald the Lucky Rabbit) wielding a remote control and Rayman-like special abilities (spinning ears, detachable limbs) to complement Mickey’s paintbrush. Also: a much-improved camera (the first game’s camera was much-maligned).
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