September 5, 2010
“Simplicity is the glory of expression.”
- Walt Whitman
The way Epic Mickey interacts with the characters are really the key to the gameplay. In classic Spector style, it’s not so much that you can interact with these characters, as much as whether you choose to interact with them and what path you choose to take when you do. It becomes apparent that The Mad Doctor has been fiddling with these classic Disney characters and scattering them everywhere, while Oswald has been attempting to put them back together out of loneliness. One of the choices that Mickey can eventually make is whether he wants to put Donald (and, presumably, the likes of Goofy and Pluto as well etc.) back together. In Epic Mickey, the animatronic Donald and other animatronic versions of Mickey’s friends were constructed for Oswald the Lucky Rabbit so that he could have friends like Mickey’s in his efforts to try and mimic his brother’s life.
Tags: Animatronic Donald, Disney, Epic Mickey, Warren Spector
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