Epic Mickey 2 is coming to Vita later this year



We’re really excited to announce that the magical Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two is coming to PS Vita later this year!

Join the legendary Mickey Mouse on a fun-filled quest to bring a splash of colour back to Wasteland – a weird and wonderful world of forgotten Disney toons – in this sequel. Exploring alone, or alongside the loveable Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in a co-op adventure, Mickey must use his enchanted paintbrush to find new paths, solve puzzles and battle evil mechanical monsters.

Naturally, we’re making the experience even more epic using the awesome controls of the PS Vita, including front touch for greater painting accuracy and tilt controls for racing mode. Not only that, but there’s also a two-player wi-fi co-op mode exclusive to the PS Vita, so you can unleash the power of two on the go anywhere, anytime.

Stay tuned for more updates, including release date and pre-order details.


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Now I might even pick up the game!

Why was it worse than part 1?
Would rather just have the Illusions collection of Genesis/SNES games instead that was leaked awhile ago. Maybe this means that collection is coming to the Vita though.....

Anywho, be interested if they take this time to refine Epic Mickey 2, and make it a better game.


Tomodachi wa Mahou
In theory this could be pretty cool. Vita would give it a pretty unique control scheme that could work well for the game.

In reality its still Epic Mickey 2.
If it performs better than the consoles I might consider this.

Towards the end of the year I already have two games in mind that I will buy for vita. Ys Celceta and Tearaway
So between festering pile of poo Epic Mickey 2, and exciting new product Disney Infinity, they pick the festering pile of poo to bring to Vita.

I will never understand publishers.


Loves ketchup on hot dogs and Pringles
So does this mean that the Vita attach rate for games is so high that developers are going to start porting all their failed projects on to it in order to maximize revenue from them?

Either way, I'll probably but it. :(