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Epic Mickey 2 Headed To Vita Later This Year In Europe

Posted on Monday, March 18 @ 13:42:13 Eastern by Paul_Hanges
Sorry Vita owners, but the wait for quality software on Sony's handheld will continue to be underwhelming. Today the EU PlayStation Blog announced that Disney's Epic Mickey sequel will be headed to the portable platform later this year.

In case you care, here's a look at the box art.


 
Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two will launch on the PS Vita sometime later this year, and while the blog post failed to specify which regions, it is safe to assume it will be North America-bound as well.

Sony notes that Vita version will have a few new features "including front touch for greater painting accuracy and tilt controls for racing mode" plus "a two-player wi-fi co-op mode."

Whoop-de-doo. It's still just a port of a game that launched last year as far as I'm concerned.
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