Thanks to @Operationgamer17 for alerting GoNintendo about this!
Yes, I agree with you. As I previously mentioned with my remark about 4 players, that would include Minnie as well. I guess they just decided to put Minnie in Power of Illusion instead. However, Ortensia had a much larger role in Epic Mickey 1, if only for a few moments of Oswald's memories and the ending.
Check out this guide: https://www.ign.com/wikis/disney-epic-mickey/Tomorrow_City_-_Notilus
The info you need is at the end of the article.
Well y'know, it is hard to make a 3D platformer that complicated with 3-4 players. Only Super Mario 3D World has smoothly pulled it off.
I think maybe they could have done something like the TT games have, with multiple characters that two players can switch between. Even then, the AI isn't too good and that would be a copy of the Lego series and all that.
@RayBanjo Sadly no. I believe it is only available in Italian sadly and even then I've never seen it. I bet someone has it though.
It's just for design, there's nothing there.
Yes, it's very cool, isn't it?
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Wow, that is an impressive find. I've never seen either of those. Great job!
*Claps slowly* great. Just great.
It's a parody of it. OsTown is the Wasteland version of Toontown.
@NoisylightJuan There was still a deep respect to classic Disney.
@NoisylightJuan Do you know what that level was to be called (provide link if possible please!)
@NoisylightJuan You're welcome! The classic Disney game years are fantastic and I wouldn't miss out on classics like this one.
Yeah, the final boss was a massive disappointment for me. Petetronic was the hardest one.
I like the Pin trading idea. Pins were easier and better to collect in EM2 and also the best part of it in my opinion.