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Disney: The Art of Epic Mickey (Disney Editions Deluxe) (Inglés) Tapa dura – nov 2011

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You won't be needing any paint thinner for this lil' masterpiece. 30 de octubre de 2011
Por Armando N. Roman - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa dura
Regardless of how you feel about the game, you can't deny that Epic Mickey had incredible art direction and the concept art that was released months before it came out looked incredible. Images of twisted robots, Disney lands ravaged, and a just plain dim outlook for the world had a lot of people interested. How the heck did this stuff get passed by Disney? Well, it turned out that a lot of it didn't make the final cut, or what did got toned down big time. I spent the extra money and got the collector's edition of the game, mainly for the figure it came with, but also because some of the artwork was featured on the making-of dvd. While it had some great work, it made me want a real art book. Well, we finally got it long after the game came out, and after a few delays, the book doesn't disappoint. This is one of the best art books I've seen all year, and any Disney fan needs to have this in their collection. This book almost makes up for the disaster that the game ended up being.

All of the artwork that was shown prior to the game's release date is featured here. Those creepy images of animatronic Goofy are here, as are the awesome black and white drawings of different robots. But that's just a small sample of what That Art of Epic Mickey has. There are tons of lush, gorgeous digital pieces that should hush anyone who says that traditional hand drawn artwork will always be the best (as if The Art of Kung Fu Panda didn't put that to rest enough). Characters, locations, important story points, everything in the game is covered here. I loved seeing some of Pete's appearances get showcased here, though it made me want more since the character sections were brief, and I've always enjoyed these portions the most in art books. Aside from that, my only other complaint is that the paper used for this book is shinier than any other I've seen. It was a bit difficult to record the video and show off the artwork since there was constantly a glare, but hopefully you can still get a good glimpse at the book.

As far as the text goes, you can tell that a lot of love and work went into the game and the artwork. If you've seen the making-of dvd that came with the collector's edition of Epic Mickey, then a lot of what's talked about here will seem familiar. This is still a great book though, and if every game got an art book like this, I'd be out of money on a regular basis. I may not have been able to beat the game because it was such a chore, but I sure as heck enjoy going through this book. Get this one before it goes out of print.
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disney dark 10 de enero de 2013
Por Anonimus - Publicado en
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the game epic mickey was a great game and works real well and this art book is phenominal with charater info a real good book if you like the game
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It is very good 24 de enero de 2012
Por Abel - Publicado en
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I thought the book was fantastic and offered the ability to see many concepts that didn't make it into the game.
Great 28 de febrero de 2014
Por S. Leahy - Publicado en
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My daughter loves this book. She says it's awesome, descriptive and informative. I am happy with my purchase of this item.
More Enjoyable than the Game? 10 de enero de 2012
Por George H. Taylor Jr. - Publicado en
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EPIC Mickey was not as big of a hit in my house as I was hoping. I played through about 95% of the game before I gave up in frustration. My boys attempted it, but they found the levels too unforgiving. Needless to say, the game was gorgeous and offered plenty of references, jokes and nods to Disney's animated past.

I was surprised when I learned that Disney was releasing an Art of... book about EPIC Mickey almost a year later. I wondered why they didn't choose to strike when the iron was hot during the game's release.

I received a review copy and was instantly drawn into the book. Lavish illustrations, concept art and screen captures fill every page. Even if you weren't a fan of the game (or never played it), but you love Mickey Mouse or early Disney animation, then you will find plenty to enjoy in this book.

Like any good video game, you start off with an introductory level that explains gameplay mechanics and what is expected. With the Art of Disney EPIC Mickey, Grossman introduces us to the main characters in the real world and the game. After describing the process behind designing the characters for the game world, we are shown each level and how the evolution of the game and the characters grew the world.

The book offers insight into designing a modern game--much more than just designing levels, but designing worlds based upon known properties. Spector and the gang at Junction Point Studios spent a lot of time deciphering the characters and what would make a plausible and convincing world for the toons. It is obvious, through the writing and through the images, that the game could have veered off into several different areas or plot lines and there were levels that never made it past initial game design.

It is a very inspiring work that is a must have for animation fans (and students), video game designers and Mickey fans. What surprised me is how important this book would be to students of video game design. Grossman doesn't give you all of the secrets of creating a hit video game, but he does offer a roadmap of how a modern game is created.