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Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion will be on eShop at launch

Disney announced, at an event held at Disney Land, that Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion will be available on the 3DS eShop the day it launches.

Power of Illusion is a spinoff of Epic Mickey 2 and a throwback to the Genesis-era Mickey Mouse games, such as Castle of Illusion.

This release is noteworthy for being the first retail 3DS game to hit the 3DS eShop without being published by Nintendo. So far, all retail games on eShop have been Nintendo-published first and third party releases.

Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion hits both physical and digital shelves on November 18th.

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