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1:30 PM on 05.16.2012

Epic Mickey 2 dev diary talks up camera, co-op play

A new "behind-the-scenes" video for Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, featuring Warren Spector and other members of the Junction Point team, as they discuss some of the new features which have been implemented in the g...

Conrad Zimmerman


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5:00 PM on 03.25.2012

Epic Mickey 2 lead platform is Wii, 3DS version confirmed

GamesRadar has uploaded a nearly five-minute walkthrough of the upcoming Epic Mickey 2, demonstrating the 360 build and the new drop-in, drop-out co-op. GR has confirmed suspicions that the Wii version is the lead platform. ...

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Yoostar on MTV needs some work photo
Yoostar on MTV needs some work
by Abel Girmay

Yoostar 2 was an interesting concept. Using the PlayStation Move camera or Kinect, players could insert themselves into, and reenact scenes from their favorite films. Lacking in its execution, the game didn't live up to the bold concept it was on paper. The plethora of technical issues it carried wasn't helping its case either.

Yoostar Entertainment and Blitz Games are making another pass at it though, drawing from MTV's expansive library and aiming to capture the series' promise this go around.

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