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61. Posted: Sun 5th Sep 2010 06:14 BST
NintyFan, I read the villians section and it was great! The game is sounding wonderful. Btw, about my Warioware D.I.Y code, I no longer have Warioware D.I.Y. Sorry. I removed my code from the bottom of post.
As an aside from all the Epic Mickey talk (but related), I've been watching Warren Spector's PAX 2010 Keynote speech. Its a very long video (53:25), but man, this guy is smart, funny, and cool imo. I have a VERY hard time believing that Epic Mickey won't be great. Here's a link to the video in case anybody else wants to watch it: http://pax.gamespot.com/video/6275271/?tag=top_stories%3Btitl...
The more I see & hear of Epic Mickey, the more I want to play it. I think it's going to be one of the best Wii games this year; if not the best. And thats saying a lot when you have Goldeneye, a new Donkey Kong, and a new Kirby coming out too!
Edited on Sun 5th September, 2010 @ 06:14 by DF2506
62. Posted: Sun 5th Sep 2010 14:58 BST
@DF2506 Thanks for the link! I've found snippets of his speech online, but I couldn't locate the entire thing, much less in video form.
I personally think Epic Mickey is poised to be one of the best third-party games of the year (as to not sound ignorant), the best third-party Wii retail game of the year, and possibly the best third-party Wii retail game ever. I doubt it can replace any of my top three games of 2010, and, coincidentally, ever: BIT.TRIP RUNNER, Cave Story, or Super Mario Galaxy 2, but I'd love for Warren Spector and the good folks over at Junction Point to try to prove me wrong.
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63. Posted: Sun 5th Sep 2010 20:38 BST
No problem. Its quite a good speech. Really enjoyed it and it makes me think even more that Epic Mickey will be awesome.
You know, I like Cave Story and Super Mario Galaxy 2 (never played Bit.Trip.Runner, so I can't comment there), but I wouldn't put either one up for top three of 2010. I'm not really sure what I'd put up on top yet. To me, the best of the best games have not come out yet. Donkey Kong Country Returns, Kirby, Epic Mickey, & Goldeneye look like they are going to beat out both Cave Story and Super Mario Galaxy 2 (as an aside: as much as I like SMG2, I think I had more fun with New Super Mario Bros. for Wii).
Anyway, saw another video at Gamespot for Epic Mickey, a hands-on demo (its here): http://pax.gamespot.com/video/6275248/?tag=top_stories%3Btitl... . VERY cool. Especially the Mickey Beanstalk level.
Edited on Sun 5th September, 2010 @ 20:40 by DF2506
64. Posted: Sun 5th Sep 2010 21:45 BST
I totally understand. Super Mario Galaxy 2 was simply not very novel to some anymore and just another fun entry in the series, but I think enough reviewers gave it 10's and such that I don't feel silly picking it as one of my top games, and even if I did, I'm sure I'd still proclaim its awesomeness.
Cave Story is slightly better than SMG2 for me, and while many will say it's just a great game, there's beauty and nuances to it that I've never seen matched by any other game before. Consider Super Metroid, for instance. Many would say it's one of the greatest games of all time. To me it's just a very good, maybe great game. Cave Story on the other hand, while heavily inspired by it, surpasses it easily in more areas than I care to count. You may not agree obviously, but that's how I see Cave Story.
And here's the other account on which our opinions differ (which I'm completely okay with): the rest of this year's games. Aside from Epic Mickey (duh!), on the whole this year's tail end is looking slightly boring and uninspired. DKC Returns looks to not be quite as good as the amazing NSMB Wii before it (which imo is not as good as Galaxy 2 but better than Galaxy) and too similar to stand on its own, Kirbs has possibly the most wonderful art style known to mankind but so far the gameplay doesn't look up to snuff, and GoldenEye looks like a pale imitation of the orginal, to put it harshly. There's a certain charm to 007 64's graphics, but here it's just How Not to Take Advantage of the Wii's Limited Graphic Capabilities 101. Forgive me for being so blunt, but as far as I'm concerned, aside from (possibly) Epic Mickey, Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, Super Scribblenauts, and of course the dazzling BIT.TRIP FATE, well, this year is already in the bag. As StarBoy would say, to each his own.
65. Posted: Mon 6th Sep 2010 01:41 BST
So I haven't read the actual article in NP, but GoNintendo posted a lot of the information online, practically the only thing they didn't have were the screenshots. Anyway, like pretty much everyone who read the article the game sounds insanely awesome now and I just went from "This game sounds pretty good" to "OH MY GOD THAT SOUNDS AWESOME!!!!!" To those who didn't read the actual article, PLEASE read this:
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66. Posted: Mon 6th Sep 2010 18:03 BST
Must buy for me, Mybe a christmas present :3
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67. Posted: Mon 6th Sep 2010 18:22 BST
Did anyone read the part in the article where they collect a film reel in the Lonesome Ghosts level and a pin near the Lonesome Manor and Spector wouldn't say what they were for? I bet the film reel is a bonus movie. It sounds like there's going to be a lot of collectables in this game. I'm no completionist, but being a big Disney fan, I may have to find all of these.
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68. Posted: Mon 6th Sep 2010 19:26 BST
Odnetnin, as you say, to each his own. SuperMarioFan96, that article is OK, but the Nintendo Power article is much better. The pictures in it look awesome!pogocoop, ya, I really want it too. Not sure if I'll be able to get it or not. Gotta at least rent it!NintyFan, I'm hoping that the Film reels are the actual cartoons that those 2D levels are based on! Wouldn't that be so cool?! Though, I think its more likely that the film reels are just collectables you get that allow you to play the 2D levels whenever you want (maybe on the main menu?). Though, it would be great if it was the actual cartoons. Oh and far as the pins go, in a recent video, Spector said the Pins were pretty much just for bragging rights. Sounded like Epic Mickey's verison of achivements/trophies. Still, very neat.
Anyway, I hear that the Tokyo Game Show is next week! We should get some more Epic Mickey footage (maybe news?) then. Here's hoping for a release date (Nintendo Life & Best Buy are saying November, but thats not official yet as far as I know).
Edited on Mon 6th September, 2010 @ 19:28 by DF2506
69. Posted: Mon 6th Sep 2010 19:49 BST
NintyFan, I'm hoping that the Film reels are the actual cartoons that those 2D levels are based on! Wouldn't that be so cool?! Though, I think its more likely that the film reels are just collectables you get that allow you to play the 2D levels whenever you want (maybe on the main menu?). Though, it would be great if it was the actual cartoons. Oh and far as the pins go, in a recent video, Spector said the Pins were pretty much just for bragging rights. Sounded like Epic Mickey's verison of achivements/trophies. Still, very neat.Anyway, I hear that the Tokyo Game Show is next week! We should get some more Epic Mickey footage (maybe news?) then. Here's hoping for a release date (Nintendo Life & Best Buy are saying November, but thats not official yet as far as I know).DF2506
NintyFan, I'm hoping that the Film reels are the actual cartoons that those 2D levels are based on! Wouldn't that be so cool?! Though, I think its more likely that the film reels are just collectables you get that allow you to play the 2D levels whenever you want (maybe on the main menu?). Though, it would be great if it was the actual cartoons. Oh and far as the pins go, in a recent video, Spector said the Pins were pretty much just for bragging rights. Sounded like Epic Mickey's verison of achivements/trophies. Still, very neat.
I'm not that surprised about the pins. Pins are collected in Walt Disney World for bragging rights too. About the release date, the news on the home page says that it's releasing on Nov. 16. You can find it on the feature where they show the intro part 2 video.
70. Posted: Mon 6th Sep 2010 21:00 BST
Nov. 16th, nice! And there were a lot of things Spector wouldn't comment on the role of, like Robo-Goofy and Robo-Donald Duck.
71. Posted: Mon 6th Sep 2010 22:24 BST
Robo -Goofy and Robo-Donald Duck?
72. Posted: Tue 7th Sep 2010 00:23 BST
Yeah, they were shown a long time ago when the game was first announced. According to Spector, how you interact with them plays a role in Mickey's and Oswald's story. Maybe they might be companions at some point?
I wish he could've talked more about Pete's role, since he'll make a presence in the game as a trouble-maker.
73. Posted: Tue 7th Sep 2010 00:56 BST
The latest issue of Nintendo Power has an article about this game, and after reading it I am more hyped to get this game now. Looking forward to having some coolourful Mickey fun (if there is such a thing )
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74. Posted: Thu 16th Sep 2010 01:22 BST
Shows nothing new, but it is still awesome
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75. Posted: Thu 16th Sep 2010 01:42 BST
If this game is somehow NOT awesome, well, they really know how to make it LOOK awesome! By the way, confirmed November 30th release date:
76. Posted: Thu 16th Sep 2010 11:53 BST
What do you mean nothing new, hulklol? I saw a lot of new things in that trailer, and it was awesome! Color me excited again!
So Nov. 30, in the holiday season, is the final release date? Looks like I was a little misled before, but at least it won't release on the same week as Donkey Kong Country Returns. Now I can definitely get this in Christmas!
77. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 06:28 BST
I want this but DKC returns gets my money first...this will most likely fall to Christmas with Force Unleashed 2.
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78. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 03:51 BST
IGN interview with Warren Spector. I'm seriously hyped for this game!
79. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 04:10 BST
Warren Spector sure seems very optimistic about this game. I sure hope it is as good as he says it is. He's been claiming all this stuff about the game like, the platforming can match Mario games, the story will make you cry and will be good as Pixar movies, and after this game Micky games will be as popular as Mario, Zelda, and Halo games. I hope he's right.
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80. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 04:57 BST
@ballkirby1 Woah! I never heard those quotes! I think saying those types of things are a little too optimistic, but I do believe it will be a really great game overall and will be one of the Wii's most successful 3rd party games (not that the bar for that is very high, lol).
Obviously there are a lot of gamers excited for this, but this is also something that could easily become popular with the casual crowd, especially during the Holidays, considering it stars Mickey Mouse.