Disney Epic Mickey Collector's Edition: Prima Official Game Guide (Anglais) Relié – 30 novembre 2010
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I have not had any issues using the guide to help me get past parts of the game, but I will admit, I haven't had to use it much. What I have had to use it for I have found easy to locate in the guide and easy to follow.
I also have to comment on the book itself. It's BEAUTIFUL. The cover is great, the pictures inside are great, and the limited art cell that comes in the package is just spectacular. I actually went and got a frame for the art cell, it's that awesome looking.
If you're looking for a guide for "Epic Mickey," or just looking for something cool to add to your game shelf, you can't really go wrong with this.
That being said, as far as the design and layout of the guide in concerned, I found the guide easy to understand and beautiful at first glance. The descriptions and explanations were often repetitive in places where Searle seems to have placed directions in one paragraph, then in another window on the same page or the opposite, he calls your attention to read more and you find he is saying the same thing over again. Occasionally Searle's descriptions aren't clear enough, so you find yourself getting lost in his directions as to where to go or what to do in the game. Thankfully that doesn't happen often. The colour pictures/frames taken to help you see what he is talking about often are too small ( I had to use a magnifying glass to see their detail) or don't always follow along with his descriptions. I found myself looking at pictures that were above paragraphs that had nothing to do with what he was explaining.
All in all, I can say the guide is impressive, if somewhat flawed in layout and organization. I got past the few problems in Searle's writing and thought process after much rereading and experimenting, but I was hopeing his guide would have been a little easier to cope with. I didn't expect to have to struggle to be helped with my struggles in Epic Mickey. Still, what does work in the guide was a great help in getting me through Epic Mickey and I believe it will likely help many other players if they are having troubles in the game. Patience is a virtue in both the game and the guide. (I'm still baffled though how I didn't "complete" the game after following this guide to the letter...) Oh well.
Oh, also, the animation cell and interview with Spector is well worth the few frustrations you may have with the guide itself.
Not a bad attempt at strategy guide creation, but needed more proofing and rewrites before it was published. Perhaps it was rushed to meet a deadline.
The game reviewers said it was not so good and so i thought let me purchase it for them, if they do not play with it I could.
Have not gotten to it so far. My boys loved it.
I use this as a reference while I'm playing the game and it hasn't disappointed me yet! Beautiful colorful pages, maps, and steps to help you play. The hard cover makes it strong and sturdy, and I couldn't be happier!