Following some rumors floating around yesterday, Disney has just confirmed the closure of Austin-based Junction Point Studios:
The house that built Epic Mickey is no more, adding to the ever growing sad list of studio closures over the last couple of years. Unfortunately, this can't be seen as too much of a shock in this case given how poor Epic Mickey 2 sales were, with the game only moving 270,000 copies before the end of 2012.
We'll have more for you as the story develops.
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