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81. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 06:00 BST
Wow, great interview, Warren Spector is a genius, the game will be great! Im really very VERY hyped about the game, im sure it will be one of the best games of the year!
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82. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 13:43 BST
Ohhh Epic Mickey. Golde Eye 007 and Sonic Colors, you three better turn out good!Since there's obviously nothing to worry about regarding Kirby's Epic Yarn and DKC hehe.Anyways great Article! I hope for his sake the game turns out great, but based on hands on impressions it's not sounding as great as he's making it out to be, hopefully we're all wrong! Because as of now, the platforming is looking a tad simplistic, especially during the 2D retro Disney levels. But whatever there's just something really magical and whimisical about this game, and I can't get over those awesome classic Disney levels
Edited on Sun 10th October, 2010 @ 13:45 by WaveGhoul
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83. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 14:02 BST
I really like how Spector believes that failure is a part of learning and that ideas aren't hugely important. That is a smart way to think for creativity, although it sounds like he doesn't think the game will fail at all. I hope this game does well reviews and sales wise.
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84. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 15:00 BST
@NintyFan Woah, that was awesome!
There's ANOTHER article on IGN, that kind of goes into more detail about the story but doesn't really spoil anything. Spector said that "skilled players" will probably finish the game in about 15 hours (although he said his first playthrough took him 25). He also said, however, that you would probably need to play through the game 3 times to collect everything.
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85. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 15:28 BST
@SuperMarioFan96Here's some quotes...http://gonintendo.com/viewstory.php?id=138674http://gonintendo.com/viewstory.php?id=138651and the other one is too old to find at this moment, but after reading these quotes again Warren Spector is really full of himself and his game. He should really stop saying this just in case the game isn't good. Then he'd look like an idiot.
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86. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 16:55 BST
OK the game WILL be good, im almost sure of that, 2D platformer with 3D platformer with adventure, a great gameplay, a great history and mickey mouse, these game is gonna be AWESOME!
87. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 18:36 BST
@ballkirby1 Well, while those quotes are (probably) a little extreme, I don't think he's necessarily "just saying that." Basically he's exagerating. Is he exagerating way too much? Probably. But, he really seems like he's going all out, IMO. The platforming may not be Mario-worthy, the story may not be Pixar-worthy, and it almost definetely won't reach the sales of, say, New Super Mario Bros. Wii. But I think it could have some very good platforming, with a very good story, and become one of the Wii's top selling 3rd party games.
I think that the level design in this game is brilliant and one of the things that's winning me over. Like the footage that NintyFan posted, or that 2D neon level based on "Plutopia." Also, whenever I watch this video, it just gets me insanely excited for Epic Mickey:
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Some of the places in there, even if shown for a mere second, just look so amazing.
88. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 21:37 BST
Yeah I believe the game is going to be great. It is also obvious that Spector is working very hard on the game. I just don't think he should be saying all this. I know he wants people to want this good-looking game, but he shouldn't be claiming that the game is awesome and saying all the things it will do before it is released, in case for some very strange reason the game doesn't follow through, no one will take anything he says seriously.
89. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 21:43 BST
Yeah, it's never a good idea to hype up a game as much as he is, you want to hype it so that people want it, but don't do it to the extent that they could be easily dissappointed.
90. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 23:43 BST
I agree with that. It's nice to be hyped for a game, but it's best to not be too hyped so that way if the game isn't exactly like you thought then you won't be as disappointed. Even at that, I have a very hard time believing Epic Mickey will be anything short of fantastic.
This is a gameplay trailer of Mean Street, Wasteland's version of Main Street U.S.A from Walt Disney World.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljtl4F2xWPk
Edited on Sun 10th October, 2010 @ 23:43 by NintyMan
91. Posted: Mon 11th Oct 2010 00:21 BST
I think Spector is so hyped about these game that probably it will not disapoint us, don't you think?
92. Posted: Mon 11th Oct 2010 04:31 BST
Not sure why I feel a little funny to be playing a Mickey Mouse game at 25. I should be married and having kids now in my life.
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93. Posted: Mon 11th Oct 2010 04:38 BST
I must say, I was not planning on buying this game. But after reading the wonderful Warren Spector interview that IGN just did I think I'm officially sold.
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94. Posted: Mon 11th Oct 2010 15:49 BST
@SkullMan, what bad about Mickey Mouse? It is just a character, like bugs bunnny, mario, link and donkey kong.
95. Posted: Mon 11th Oct 2010 18:59 BST
@SkullMan plus you are already a member of a gaming website so you might as well play the game lol no offence buddy
96. Posted: Tue 12th Oct 2010 02:04 BST
Not sure why I feel a little funny to be playing a Mickey Mouse game at 25. I should be married and having kids now in my life.:/
Well... I told my wife the other day that I'm looking forward to all the awesome games coming out in the next few months, and she asked which games are coming out, in which I told her "Donkey Kong, Epic Mickey". Not more than 2 seconds passed and she goes "YOU'RE BUYING A MICKEY MOUSE GAME?", and then she burst into laughter. I really had nothing to say, except that it's supposed to be really good, but she just couldn't stop laughing and repeating that a grown man is buying a Mickey Mouse game. Damn her! lol
97. Posted: Tue 12th Oct 2010 02:10 BST
Mickey Mouse appeals to all, not just children
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98. Posted: Tue 12th Oct 2010 03:54 BST
I need to have a kid so I can have a legitimate excuse to play these kinds of games.
Like oh, the son wanted it, or it's a great bonding experience for us. Not oh yeah, I willing want to be playing a Mickey Mouse game.
99. Posted: Tue 12th Oct 2010 03:58 BST
I need to have a kid so I can have a legitimate excuse to play these kinds of games.Like oh, the son wanted it, or it's a great bonding experience for us. Not oh yeah, I willing want to be playing a Mickey Mouse game.
Reliving childhood experiences is not an excuse?
100. Posted: Tue 12th Oct 2010 04:00 BST