This weekend at the PAX Prime, Warren Spector and the rest of the Disney Interactive brought a new footage from the highly anticipated ‘Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two’. The footage they brought is from one of the areas in the game I’m most excited to explore, which is Fort Wasteland, an area based around Frontierland. But just because you weren’t at PAX to see new footage and pictures from the game doesn’t mean you get to be left in the dark. Thankfully, Disney Interactive have given us a chance to share some new pictures and footage of the game with you. I’m very excited to share this with you guys, and I’m sure you’re excited to see it. Hit the jump for your newest look at ‘Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two’, as well as some vintage photos of Frontierland.
Looks pretty great, huh? I am so excited to get a chance to play the full version of the game, it can’t get here soon enough. It’s definitely one of my most anticipated game coming out this fall. What do you guys think? Are you excited for ‘Epic Mickey 2’? Let me know in the comments below, only here at Chip and Company! And check out two vintage photos below of Disneyland’s Frontierland, courtesy of the Walt Disney Archives.
This 1960 aerial view of Frontierland at Disneyland® Park highlights attractions such as the Mark Twain Riverboat, Fort Wilderness on Tom Sawyer Island, the Mike Fink Keel Boats, and Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland. Image courtesy of the Walt Disney Archives.
Opening with Disneyland® Park in July 1955, Frontierland has delighted generations of visitors. Set amidst the backdrop of the rustic American western frontier, here we see the iconic gates of the land as it looked during the opening month of the park. Notice the still-growing vegetation around the Frontierland gates. Image courtesy of the Walt Disney Archives.
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