Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two - Paint and Thinner Vignette
In this vignette for Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, game developer Warren Spector discusses Mickey’s magic paint brush and his use of “Paint and Thinner.”
This game could have some real promise, and this I can say from the perspective of one that has not been jaded having played another disappointment.
If It didn't work for Mario in Sunshine. It ain't gonna work for Mickey. Sorry Mick, your out of touch.
@modernsocks Hey! The Nintendo 64 is a great system with beautiful graphics! Commandment #7 Thou shalt not speak ill of the Nintendo 64.
@Volgin I understand your point, but I think you have look at it from his perspective.
Maybe he is at stage of his career, were he wants to try something more layback, something that it is different from the mainstream, something that he might enjoy more now over his previous work.
I am 30 years old, and I played the first Epic Mickey (Wii exclusive), and no matter how bad reputation it got, I really enjoyed it... I mean it is true that the game felt rushed/unfinished/unpolished on certain aspects and in some it felt very repetitive, but the overall idea/message behind the game it was what really captivated me. I actually do not think it is a kid's game, even if it has Mickey and Disney characters in it, but that is my opinion.
Actually my lead programmer (big fan of Warren Spector Ultima stuff) at my last job, bought the game just because of him, and even though he found it a bit weak, he was very happy that Warren Spector was trying/toying with different concepts.
Please this is not an attack, but just a mere exchange of opinions/ideas.
@Volgin he seems to be happy with what he's doing. hes not out to please everyone nor was that ever his intention. i applaud him and will buy this game
@Volgin dude its for kids, relax its no big deal