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An Epic Stereoscopic Interview



This week at the Nintendo eShop is a special episode of Nintendo Show 3D featuring the Creative Director of Junction Point, Warren Spector, and he's excited to talk abouth both the Wii version and the 3DS version of Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. The episode contains in-game footage and pre-rendered cinematic from the Wii version and previously witness screenshots from the 3DS version, now in stereoscopic 3D.



In the Wii version expect to explore new locales and new character interactions. The story will focus on the concept of forgiveness and second chances. Promising Oswald's girlfriend a more fresh out character with her own voice. Without a cooperative partner, Oswald never leaves Mickey out of his sight. Surprisingly, Spector never mention the word "musical" throughout the interview.



Discussing the 3DS version, enthusiastically working alongside with DreamRift, Spector reveals new story in the same Wasteland universe and that the gameplay will co-exist on both screens with the touch screen use to draw objects that becomes physical on the top screen.

If you own a 3DS, check out the episode for yourself and get ready for an epic arrival this fall.


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You can also view the video on the Nintendo Channel.

Post on April 5th 2012, 8:12 pm by KingreX32

Im not really intrested in the 3DS version. But still I think its a good move.

Post on April 5th 2012, 8:21 pm by Rukiafan

Personally I think the 3DS version sounds better. Wink

Post on April 6th 2012, 12:19 pm by Robj76

Might be worth watching.

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