After intense negotiations with distributors are authorized to announce the first place that Mickey Epic, the game developed by the legendary Warren Spector, will have a version for the PlayStation 3.We can also confirm that the title will not be a conversion of the game released a few weeks ago for the Wii, Nintendo’s home console, but an independent development in a parallel since 2008, with an engine optimized for the capabilities of the PlayStation 3, which will be 720p native resolution and a speed of 60 frames per second durable.
Nintendo had an exclusive release window of six months, with an estimated May 2011 release for the PS3 version would entail. Apparently it was first released in advance of the official Sony’s announcement, which should be made on January 3, 2011 Orlando, Florida.
Sony unveils the announcement trailer of a completely unique PS3 game at DisneyWorld Mickey was definitely a little publicity, but takes all these details with a grain of salt. Among the information we seek to emphasize today that Mickey Epic Move will be compatible with PlayStation will be available in physical format Blu-ray and digital download via the PlayStation Store to reveal.
The game starts to take place after a period of exclusivity for at least six months given to Nintendo. As expected, the legendary mouse will be a Collector’s Edition of the game with a pack with the film Fantasia and Fantasia 2000 on Blu-ray bonus content yet to be unveiled.