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Disney's Epic Mickey 2 to support Move

Disney's Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, a sequel to the Wii exclusive Disney's Epic Mickey, is in the works for all three current generation home consoles. The Wii controller's pointer was an important part of the first game, but the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the second game will most likely look significantly better than the Wii version. Oh, what to do?

Well, the PS3 version will feature the best of both worlds. That version supports Sony's Move controller, meaning you'll be able to paint away in glorious HD. Of course, the Move controller is completely optional. The game will also be playable with the standard Sixaxis/Dualshock 3.

Unfortunately for Xbox 360 owners, Epic Mickey 2 will not support Kinect.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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