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The much-beloved cast of the Disney franchise are once again receiving an unusual make-over, entering a dark, surreal, Steampunk world dreamt up by video-game designer Warren Spector and featuring landmarks of the Disney world, real and fantasy, such as the Epcot Theme Park, and Cinderella Castle.
The man assigned to composing the musical score for Epic Mickey, James Dooley, is no stranger to such huge tasks, having an impressive record of films like Hannibal, Firefly and Pirates of the Caribbean under his belt.1
If reviewers want to give us a hard time about it because they're misunderstanding the game we made, it's not for me to tell them that they're wrong, absolutely not. But I wish people would get it out of their head that we made a Mario competitor, because we didn't.
BlogIt's been a while since my last sblog and I am truly sorry for that but there have been certain activities in my life that have prevented my will to preserve this wonderful little site of ours. Anyways, on with the article!
Today, I'm going to propose and hypothesize a topic that I think calls for a level of analysis regarding our beloved hobby: the future of the game industry regarding creative integrity and staple achievements approved by the industry's body as a whole. Read on