Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion dev on “unfortunate and ugly impact” of 3DS piracy fears

Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion developer DreamRift has responded to discussion in the industry regarding 3DS piracy rates. It comes as Mutant Mudds developer Renegade Kid voiced an ultimatum it would abandon 3DS development if piracy rates hit the same level seen on Nintendo DS. DreamRift has cautioned the “unfortunate and ugly impact” of 3DS […]

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  • Epic Mickey 2 3DS a sequel to Castle of Illusion

    The 3DS version of Epic Mickey 2 is the sequel to 1990s Mega Drive title Castle of Illusion, according to the latest Nintendo Power.

  • Epic Mickey 2 - Warren Spector video interview with Associated Press released

    Warren Spector has said he and the team at Junction Point wanted to do another Epic Mickey game because there were still stories they wanted to tell set in the Wasteland.

  • Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion confirmed for 3DS via Nintendo Power

    Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion has been announced for 3DS, according to the latest issue of Nintendo Power. The game is in development at Dreamrift, and as of press time little else is known regarding the game, but that will all change once issue 277 hits stands. You can view a full-sized cap of the […]

  • DreamRift: Publishers not keen on new DS IP

    Peter Ong, of Harry Hatsworth and Monster Tale developer DreamRift, has said publishers have gone cold on new IP for the DS.

  • Former Henry Hatsworth devs release first trailer of Monster Tale

    Platforming and pet-rearing may sound like an odd combo, but it’s not like Henry Hatsworth set a precedent for normalcy. What it did do, however, is start a trend toward excellence – one that newly formed studio Dreamrift hopes to continue with its upcoming DS action-platformer, Monster Tale. In a nutshell, the game sees you […]

  • Henry Hatsworth devs depart to Dreamrift

    Two of the developers behind EA platformer-puzzler Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure, have left the company to create the new development house Dreamrift. Hatsworth lead designer Pete Ong and lead programmer Ryan Pijai are at GDC trying to woo prospective publishers, apparently. Good luck, is what we say to them. More at Shacknews.