Epic Mickey For Nintendo Wii - £14.99 Delivered @ HMV
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Epic Mickey For Nintendo Wii - £14.99 Delivered @ HMV

£14.99
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Found 11th Mar 2011
Went back up to £32.99 last week, but has dropped to £14.99 again.

Disney Epic Mickey is an adventure-platforming game with light role-playing elements for the Wii home video game console.

The game stars Mickey Mouse who has been re-imagined for videogames by luminary game designer Warren Spector and his Junction Point game development studio. In Disney Epic Mickey, Spector, a life-long Disney fan, taps into Mickey Mouse’s rich history along with the characters and worlds brought to life by Walt Disney to create an edgy and unexpected cartoon adventure.

In the game’s fiction, a sorcerer named Yen Sid creates a beautiful, whimsically-twisted world where Disney’s forgotten and retired creations thrive. Originally, the powerful sorcerer from “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” in Walt Disney’s 1940 film “Fantasia” was nicknamed “Yen Sid” by Disney animators, although never named as such on screen.

In Spector’s game, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit – Walt Disney’s first cartoon star created in 1927 – becomes the earliest inhabitant of Yen Sid’s Cartoon Wasteland after Mickey Mouse is created. Oswald makes the Cartoon Wasteland comfortable for other retired characters as they join him in this magical land. Years pass, and as Oswald dwells in the Cartoon Wasteland, he becomes resentful watching Mickey’s popularity swell. When Mickey curiously stumbles upon Yen Sid’s map, he makes an innocent yet terrible mistake and inadvertently devastates Oswald’s comfortable world. Eventually, Mickey’s mistake pulls him deep into the mysterious Cartoon Wasteland to face the destruction he unknowingly created.

Players use the Wii Remote to wield magical paint and thinner to re-shape the world around them. Paint’s creativity and thinner’s damaging effect give the player robust tools and empowers them to make choices about how they move through the world. Each player’s decisions to use paint, thinner or both dynamically changes the world with consequences that affect the environment, interactions with other characters, and even Mickey’s appearance and abilities.

3 Comments

cannot see this being honoured as ordered 2 last week and they said have 0 with supplier so i think this will get cancelled if you order!

HMV are 'king hopeless at the minute. How many cancelled games are we up to at the minute? 6 or 7 I think. They seriously deserve to go bust. They don't deserve any customer loyalty whatsoever as their stock control and customer service take the p.

£32.99 again
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