All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Castle of Illusion’

Castle Of Illusion Goes Free For PlayStation Plus Members This Week

PlayStation Plus members have been spoiled this month. First, they got Mercenary Kings and Batman: Arkham City for free, and then Stealth Inc goes free. Now Plus members are getting a remake of one of the better Mickey Mouse games free of charge. That’s right, this week’s free PlayStation Plus game is Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse. The game …

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Castle Of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse Lands September 3

DuckTales Remastered came out this week to divisive reviews as many felt that the game wasn’t updated enough to reflect modern design philosophies. Of course, many who love NES game design are adoring the the title though, and those who yearn for the glory days of Disney platformers won’t have long to wait until another classic from the early 90s …

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Sega Talks Bringing Mickey Mouse To Life In Castle Of Illusion

Castle of Illusion is fondly remembered not only as an excellent video game, but as one of the first games to truly capture the look and feel of Mickey Mouse. It must be daunting then for Sega Australia to live up to that pedigree with its remake. They’re not going to let the game’s storied history intimidate them though. In …

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Here’s What It Took To Bring Mickey Mouse Back To Video Games

Aside from Epic Mickey and Kingdom Hearts, Mickey Mouse has been largely absent from video games for the past 10 years. That used to not be the case back in the 80s and 90s when Capcom and Sega made fantastic games starring classic Disney characters. Now Disney is bringing those games back. So, what is it like to create a …

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Mickey Mouse Returns To The Castle Of Illusion This Summer

Disney and Capcom made a lot of people happy at PAX East when they announced an HD remake of the NES classic Ducktales. Now Disney is reviving another classic platformer of ages past. Sega and Disney announced today that they’re remaking Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Unlike Ducktales, which is getting a …

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