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  • Epic Mickey PS3/360 down to Disney, says Spector

    Epic Mickey may not remain a Wii exclusive, Warren Spector’s told CVG. HD versions are “a decision that other people in the Disney organisation are going to make,” the developer said in London yesterday. Spector added, however, that he’s enjoying single-format work. “Right now we’re a Wii game and I’m happy to be able to […]

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  • Epic Mickey was originally for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360

    Epic Mickey was originally in development for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, Warren Spector told Official Nintendo Magazine. “The reality is that we started Wii development in 2008, but before that we were a PC, PS3, and 360 title,” said Spector. “It’s burned in my brain – Graham Hopper [Disney Interactive boss] pulled me into […]

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  • Epic Mickey: Gameplay details from London Event

    During the London Event for Epic Mickey, Warren Spector took the stage to chat a bit about gameplay details along with the history of the antagonist, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. After inadvertently destroying the magical land the sorcerer created, Mickey is pulled from home, kidnapped, and dropped off in the Cartoon Wasteland he created where […]

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  • Epic Mickey: Players delve into Oswald the Lucky Rabbit's world

    During the Epic Mickey event today in London, Warren Spector and Disney announced more details regarding the game, along with the announcement that Oswald the Lucky Rabbit will be the antagonist in the game. Apparently, the sorcerer Yen Sid (from Fanatasia) “creates a beautiful, whimsically-twisted world where Disney’s forgotten and retired creations thrive” and Oswald […]

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  • Epic Mickey event happening in London this evening

    Disney’s hosting an unveiling for Epic Mickey in London today at 5:00pm. 1UP is liveblogging the event here, should you decide you want to know what’s happening when it happens. We’ll keep an eye on it ourselves in case anything interesting pops up.

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  • Spector - Epic Mickey went to Wii because of "congenial audience"

    Warren Spector’s explained the reasoning behind bringing Epic Mickey exclusively to Wii, saying the game’s simply the right fit for the console’s audience. The below quote’s taken from a massive – and excellent – Game Informer interview: GI: Why the Wii? WS: Well, think about it. Would you really want to tackle convincing Halo or […]

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  • Epic Mickey - tons more imagery and animations

    Game Informer’s posted up heaps more artwork, shots and movies from Junction Point’s Epic Mickey. Take a look. There’s five pages’ worth there, all to do with the game’s graphics, design and animation. “Epic” is definitely the word. It’s out on Wii next year.

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  • Epic Mickey - first GI scan

    Nintendodpad’s posted the first Game Informer scan of Epic Mickey. It looks mental. There’s only one page there, but you get a good idea of what’s going on. Looks a lot more colourful than we expected. Check it out.

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  • Watch Epic Mickey artist draw Epic Mickey shit

    After the break. It’s a guy drawing Mickey facing off against an enemy, speeded up over three minutes. There’s no date on the Wii exclusive as yet, but there’s a press conference for the game in London later this month, so we should get more then.

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  • Epic Mickey is definitely a Wii exclusive, says GI

    Game Informer’s gone on the record to confirm Epic Mickey as a Wii exclusive. Confusion arose after the mag said the game was only coming to Wii in an online teaser for its next cover, then altered its article to remove the claim. Apparently, the team was trying to save the info for the mag’s […]

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  • Game Informer removes Wii-exclusive claim from Epic Mickey teaser

    Here we go. As noticed by GoNintendo and Wired, Game Informer has altered its Epic Mickey teaser page to remove a claim that the game is a Wii exclusive. The original claim of Wii exclusivity for the Junction Point project raised more than a few eyebrows, especially given the incoming spring release of Sony’s PS3 […]

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  • Warren Spector's Epic Mickey is about "thinking and artwork"

    A source close to Disney has revealed details concerning Warren Spector’s Epic Mickey, to Eurogamer. The reason Wii was chosen, according to the source, is due to Mickey’s tools: paintbrushes, erasers, thinner, pencils and artist tools. These tools are mapped to Wii remote gestures. According to the source, the game is also about exploration, thinking […]

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  • Confirmed - Epic Mickey formally revealed, in next GI

    The rumours are true – Epic Mickey exists. Game Informer just took the wraps of it’s next issue: the game’s on the cover. It’s also confirmed it is a Wii exclusive. And Disney’s just sent out invites to a press event happening in London on October 28 for the “announcement of an iconic new game”, […]

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  • November Game Informer cover tease is Mickey Mouse

    Game Informer has put up a shot of its November cover on its website, and it looks suspiciously like Mickey Mouse. Looking at the image properties, it clearly states “mickey-cover-spash.jpg”, so the suspicions are correct. So far, all that is known about the new Mouse game is its codename, Epic Mickey, and the hint that […]

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  • Rumour - Epic Mickey to be revealed in next Game Informer

    Hot dog. A teaser in the most recent edition of Game Informer – you know, the one with Ninja Theory’s Enslaved and Crackdown 2 – has paved the way for a reveal of Epic Mickey in the next issue of the magazine. The page shows Mickey’s head, but not the face in a massive black […]

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  • Epic Mickey - sketchy details

    CVG’s posted up some rumour details on Junction Point’s increasingly-solid-but-very-unconfirmed Epic Mickey. Apparently it’s a Wii exclusive in which the player “paints” their way through levels. The game is to include very old Disney characters, says the site, who are out for revenge on the dear old mouse. There’s more through there. Starting to sound […]

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  • Rumour - Junction Point working on Epic Mickey

    Superannuation‘s found a dev CV claiming Junction Point’s working on something called Epic Mickey for Wii. The guy involved reckons he’s a concept artist on the game, work which included “designing and painting concept/inspirational artwork” and “painting ‘boxouts’ for locations”. Junction Point is Warren Spector’s Disney-owned company, in case you’d forgotten. There’s more on Eurogamer.

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  • Spector working on Epic Mickey?

    Gamasutra’s rumouring that Warren Spector’s Junction Point Studios is working on a Mickey Mouse title called Epic Mickey. The site says it’s seen concept art showing “mockups of the potential game’s environment, including pencil sketches of cities assembled from junk. “Another sketch included a surreal seashore invasion scene, in which machines wearing the faces of […]

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