Epic Mickey 2 The Power Of Two
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In Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, Mickey wields his Paintbrush from the first game, allowing him to use paint and thinner. Oswald is armed with his Remote control that has the power to command electricity. Oswald can also use of his ears as a helicopter to float and remove his arm to use it as a boomerang to get items or hit things. There are also some abilities involving both Mickey and Oswald: they can revive each other (Mickey paints Oswald and Oswald shocks Mickey's paintbrush to paint him) and combine Mickey's paint or thinner with Oswald's electric beam to create a force field to can be launched as an attack (serves mostly for Beetleworx). The game also includes several songs that one would normally hear in a musical.
As you've probably guessed from the game's subtitle, this adventure has a major focus on co-op. In single-player, most of Oswald's actions are mercifully limited to using his electricity beam to power up outlets, or when there are two switches he'll happily jump on the other. When he's not being an irritant it works fine, but feels like an unnecessary fiddle as he does the bare minimum to help. If online co-op was an option then it'd be ideal to hop online to find someone to play with, and therefore make Oswald more useful in a fight, but it's local play only. The second player simply sets up a Remote and Nunchuk and drops in with a press of the 2 button; this switch to two-player is quick and splits the screen vertically, so pointer controls need a bit more precision. Graphical detail does drop a smidge, but thankfully the barely-acceptable framerate matches up to the single-player equivalent.
It truly is about player choiceWarren Spector calls it play style, saying that he never judges players. Since Mickey has the power of paint and of thinner, the environmental puzzles in each thematic land typically have a couple of different solutions. You can thin enemies, hit them with an up-close spin kick, or you can paint them, which gives them little blue hearts above their heads and makes them friends.
The first Epic Mickey game couldn't quite deliver the sublime Disney history romp Warren Spector's team at Junction Point was promising. With the jump to a more powerful console, a lot of those issues should have been solvable. Unfortunately, Epic Mickey 2 suffers from many of the problems that plagued its predecessor. 59ce067264