Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two is the sequel to a Wii exclusive developed by Warren Spector. This time around, PS3 and 360 owners will also get to play as Mickey in this co-op title (split screen only) set in the Disney universe. We liked the soundtrack and the songs, but had issues with the second character's AI when playing solo. Also, it's not always clear what you should be doing, which is a shame for a game destined to a younger audience. That being said, although the game still has some of the first episode's flaws, it could be a good way to share some quality time with your children in co-op mode.
I mean, i get it, they're attempts at those sort of games (sunset overdrive, quantum break etc) havn't exactly captured the last of us level of quality, but it isn't a reason to stop trying. (10 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: sounds like spencer is bringing games as a service to the forfront. Less traditional single player experiences, and if thats the case i have no interest what they're peddling. (11 minutes ago)
@AndreasZ94: wouldn't bother me. My unbought list of games i want is about 10 games long already. That should serve me until 2018 easily. (36 minutes ago)
I hope we didn't get all the good stuff on the first half and the second half of the year is gonna be shit or something,lol. (1 Hour ago)
Wtf is going this year!? We got tons of amazing AAA games, most of them from Japanese devs and now we're getting tons of amazing indie games as well. (1 Hour ago)
@Megido: The phrases people keep using about What Remains of Edith Finch are "unlike any other game of the genre" and "I loved this game while I didn't care for games like Gone Home and Ethan Carter". (1 Hour ago)
And it's obviously down to taste. "Games" like Soma, for example, isn't for me. (3 Hours ago)