Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two is right around the corner. If these screenshots, a new trailer, and information about the Collector’s Edition of this game don’t rouse you into buying this game, we don’t know what will.
We’ve been covering Mickey and Oswald’s teaming up together for many months now, and finally we’re on the cusp of its Nintendo Wii release. In just a few short days, Disney’s co-op magic will finally be at our fingertips, but not without a final game trailer to entice us. In addition to each character’s individual powers, Oswald’s helicopter ears/remote control and Mickey’s paint brush/paint thinner, players will be able to coat themselves with invisible ink, allowing for some stealthy teamwork, and metallic-gold ink, giving them near invulnerability. Before you go out and grab this co-op title (it should be a no-brainer) check out the last trailer you’ll see us post (most likely) and some of these final screenshots:
Also, if you were a big fan of the original Epic Mickey, or are just a huge Disney geek, then we might recommend looking into purchasing the Collector’s Edition of Epic Mickey 2. It is a big pricey as it stands, going for £59.99 on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in Europe (almost $100 in the US) and £49.99 for the Wii version (about $80), but you shouldn’t be disappointed with what you’ll be getting. The Collector’s Edition of will include:
- An 8GB Oswald USB Flash Drive packed with tons of Disney related content
- An exclusive figurine of either Mickey or Oswald
- A small film cell of “The Fox Chase” from the 1928’s short film
- All items contained within a retro television set packaging
Again, Epic Mickey 2 will release in retail on November 18th for the Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3, and then release on November 30th for the Wii U shortly thereafter. See you in The Wasteland!