Disney's Magical Quest 2 Starring Mickey and Minnie Game Boy Advance

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  • Summary: Based on the original SNES game, Disney's Magical Quest 2 Starring Mickey and Minnie arrives on the Game Boy Advance. As either Mickey or Minnie, you must stop the evil Baron Pete and his minions from causing trouble. During your quest, you can wear three different costumes (the Sweeper,Based on the original SNES game, Disney's Magical Quest 2 Starring Mickey and Minnie arrives on the Game Boy Advance. As either Mickey or Minnie, you must stop the evil Baron Pete and his minions from causing trouble. During your quest, you can wear three different costumes (the Sweeper, Ranger, and Cowboy/girl) that give you unique abilities. In addition to single-player missions, the game lets you link up with your friends' Game Boy Advance for multiplayer action. Expand
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 8
  2. Negative: 1 out of 8
  1. Pocket Games
    75
    A decent but extremely easy sequel to a classic. [Spring 2004, p.39]
  2. GameNow
    75
    A really good game, despite the fact that Mickey Mouse is the main character. I just wish it was longer.[Oct 2003, p.52]
  3. Nintendo Power
    72
    The play control is tight, and the game play is engaging in an old-school way. [Nov 2003, p.154]
  4. Play Magazine
    67
    Any hint of challenge, even in hard mode, is also gone. Magical Quest 2 isn't bad, but should have been better. [Oct 2003, p.72]
  5. The lack of variety, depth, length and innovation will leave much to be desired.
  6. 50
    The original game offered a lot more of a challenge...and anyone who actually enjoyed that game will come into Magical Quest 2 wondering when the difficulty level will start to increase. It doesn't. It's over too quickly.
  7. As brief as it is shallow -- pacing the gamer through six modest levels of gameplay -- there is little to no reason for you to invest in this title.

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