With some of the most beloved characters harking back over 9 decades as well as owning the rights to the more modern popular names from the brilliant Pixar animated movies, Disney is well placed to launch into a multiplatform spanning, real-world collectible, video-game toy box. Launched today is Disney Infinity a new way to adventure, enjoy and interact with your favourite fictional folk.
Again we find ourselves thinking, has Nintendo shot itself in the foot, or has it yet again made a brilliantly tactical move bringing the Wii U to the market? What demographic can the Wii U carve from a public that is already familiar with HD gaming and tablet based technology?
Sitting down with Warren Spector’s latest pet project is somewhat daunting, the original game fulfilled Spector’s passion and obsession for all things Mickey Mouse, but managed to be inaccessible to many as a video game. Can going high definition, and toning down Spector’s insistence on authenticity make Epic Mickey 2 hit a sweet spot of gaming and Disney homage?
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