Thursday, July 30, 2009
It seems that Warren Spector's Junction Point is at work on a large Disney fantasy game code named: "Epic Mickey" that appears to be in the vein of the "Kingdom Hearts" style of fantasy gaming. Go take a look at some of the incredibly strange and beautiful artwork over at 1Up's article.
Hat Tip to Cartoon Brew.
Posted by Honor Hunter at 2:22 PM
Labels: Epic Mickey, Junction Point, Technology, Video Games, Warren Spector
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This looks too good to be true. I really hope Disney has the guts to allow a project this dark. Looks spectacular! Can't wait to be playing it on my Wii!
Please, please, please let this be awesome.
And perhaps for another system as well, but, the wii does not carry the ability to carry the graphical punch that this looks like it would need to be as amazing as it could be.
This could be epic.
End of Line.
Apparently, you haven't seen Muramasa: The Demon Blade or A Boy And His Blob. The wii is perfectly capable of carrying lush animation. Heck, if these are hand drawn it wouldn't take much power at all to process them, no matter how detailed they are. Anyone ever play Legend of Mana on the PSOne?
>> "the wii does not carry the ability to carry the graphical punch that this looks like it would need to be as amazing as it could be"
There are a ton of beautiful ORIGINAL (not ports) Wii titles! Seen Lost Winds or Mario Galaxy? Gaming is not about staring at photo-realistic graphics (think about the early Lucas Arts adventure games that stands up great even today), it is about having fun. This looks like a project somebody must be really passionate about. Lets all hope they get to go all the way!
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