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Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion

Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion (3DS) game cover art
Platform: 3DS
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: DreamRift
AKA: Disney Epic Mickey: Mickey no Fushigi na Bouken (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
JP
09/26/2013

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Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion review

Reviewed February 03, 2013

Jason Venter says: "Although the stages are large enough to be interesting, you’ll have to visit each one several times if you want to discover all of the castle’s secrets. You unlock life meter extensions and improvements to your various attacks by completing various side quests, so you might have a rough time defeating Mizrabel if you don’t seek out all of your potential allies (though perhaps not, since she’s not actually a difficult opponent)."
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