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Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two

The Intro To Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two

Disney released a video showing the opening cinematic intro for Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two.

This musical number runs about five minutes and sets up the plot of the sequel. The game is out November 18 on Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.

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  • I've always really liked Disney musicals so I think I'm really going to like this game :)
  • cool

  • who doesent love musicals
  • Can't wait for this game.

  • Ahaha I love Oswald :D The musical part was super awesome but I don't know I still don't trust the evil doctor guy!

  • That song...wasn't one of disney's best songs, but probably one of their catchier.

  • GOTY
  • Well, I'd figured this would make up for the mistakes of the first, and it seems to be heading right down the well-lit path this time around... ;-)
  • Time to get FUNKY.

  • Really enjoyed the first game, what I played of it, really need to go back and finish it before starting this one.

  • Time to become a child again. I loved the first game with all the nods to the old cartoons and characters. This video would have been even better If they included some of Mickey's voice. I'm dying to hear how close he sounds to the old Mickey.
  • This looks pretty good, but I'm not sure how I feel about the characters singing.
  • looks cool
  • My kids r soooo excited about this game, I hope it's alittle better than the first one

  • I already have my copy pre-ordered; I frickin' LOVED the first game. But I like seeing more and more good stuff! I wish this game looked as good as those cutscenes though; if they weren't handicapped by the Wii technical limitation, it definitely could on PS3 and 360 (look at how good Ratchet & Clank Future and Sonic Generations looked this generation).

    The song was super cute and very Disney-esque as well. I look forward to hearing more of those. And while I like Frank Welker, I still think Oswald would've been better voiced by Rob Paulsen (Yakko from Animaniacs, Donatello in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Raphael in the classic 90's TMNT, Antoine in the old SatAM Sonic the Hedgehog, and real-life forgotten old school cartoon character Foxy from Warner Bros - appeared in a speaking role in Tiny Toons. Foxy is pretty much WB's Oswald). I hear Fred Jones (from Scooby Doo) too much in his voice.

    I hope Bret Iwan sounds a bit more like Mickey Mouse now that the characters speak. He just sounds...off, somehow, from Wayne Allwine to me. I don't consider myself closed off to new actors doing the voice - I honestly can't tell the difference in Kermit between Jim Henson and Steve Whitmire, as well as a lot of other current Muppet performers for example -, but he's slightly different and it bugs me. I'm a little worried about the new voicework, to be honest. But pretty much anything will be an improvement over the "Banjo Kazooie voices" from the first game.
  • I really think this will improve where the first one started.

  • never played the first one... i heard it was not without its problems but still decent... im interested in getting this for the kids... but at the rate my boy plays games this might be a little young for him... hes a prodigy

  • looks pretty cool. i always did like it when disney did things like this. which is why duck tales and darkwing duck are my favorite disney shows.

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