Junction Point gaffer Warren Spector has hit back at critics scoffing at the recently announced Epic Mickey 2’s inclusion of musicals. The video game luminary said in an interview with Eurogamer: When we announced the game, I sort of threw it out there, because I'm so proud and so happy. I saw the look of fear in people's eyes...
Hot on the heels of last week’s Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two announcement, Junction Point boss and legendary developer Warren Spector has revealed his desire to port the original Wii-exclusive Epic Mickey to PS3. Asked if a port was on the cards, the luminary told Game Informer magazine:
Disney lets the mouse out of the bag
If Warren Spector’s appearance on this week’s GameTrailers TV wasn’t enough to convince you that Disney Epic Mickey 2 was on the horizon, then an Associated Press story should do the job. The article confirms that a sequel to 2010’s popular Nintendo Wii platformer is in development for PlayStation 3, with...
Disney Interactive's Epic Mickey looks like one of the most promising third-party Wii exclusives in a long, long time
And with the release of the PlayStation Move, there's a possibility that the game could come to the PlayStation 3. Speaking with TVG at the Tokyo Game Show, Epic Mickey's producer Paul Ramirez commented on the possibility for a PlayStation Move port, explaining, "Of course that..