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  • Summary: Live your dream life in Disney Magical World 2 alongside Disney characters. Adventure with Elsa and Olaf from Disney Frozen, dance with Disney Princesses, soar with Mickey in Magical Dream parades, and more, while snapping photos to share your memories. The magic is in your hands, so useLive your dream life in Disney Magical World 2 alongside Disney characters. Adventure with Elsa and Olaf from Disney Frozen, dance with Disney Princesses, soar with Mickey in Magical Dream parades, and more, while snapping photos to share your memories. The magic is in your hands, so use your wand to solve a ghostly mystery along the way. Explore six different Disney-themed worlds from classics like Disney Frozen, Disney The Little Mermaid, and Walt Disney Lilo & Stitch. You can harvest a field with Winnie the Pooh, fish with Donald Duck, mine with the Seven Dwarves, explore ghost-filled dungeons for treasures, and more. On your journey, you’ll discover the magical town of Castleton, where you’ll live amongst classic Disney characters. Shop with Daisy, Minnie, and others to build and buy hundreds of Disney-themed items. You can customize amazing outfits and even decorate your dream home and Café. Ready to make a memory? Then dance at the Enchanted Ball or throw a Café Party with your new Disney friends. [Nintendo.com Expand
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  1. Positive: 8 out of 11
  2. Negative: 0 out of 11
  1. Oct 31, 2016
    80
    Disney Magical World 2 on the 3DS is truly a magical and fun experience on this portable console and offers some fun replay value and one of the best supporting casts in a game!
  2. Oct 13, 2016
    80
    There is no greater thrill than interacting with the characters from some of Disney's greatest properties, and assisting them in defeating the evil ghosts is an enticing prospect.
  3. Oct 13, 2016
    80
    An impressive amount of content, a great cast, and a significant number of hours that are undoubtedly about to be expended by its players make up a solid new title, likely to help ensure the 3DS's legacy stays strong as it ages gracefully.
  4. 75
    Disney Magical World 2 suffers from similar issues to the first game. The opening moments are a slow affair, while the technical issues are disappointing in more ways than one. That being said, I still ended up embracing what the game delivered. There are a solid amount of missions on offer with tons of variety on display.
  5. NF Magazine
    Jan 4, 2017
    75
    I didn't expect to enjoy Disney Magical World 2 as much as I did. [Issue #25 – January/February 2017, p.72]
  6. Nov 10, 2016
    75
    Disney Magical World 2 feels like an intro class into video gaming. There's a little bit of everything here, all of it aimed at younger, inexperienced gamers. For an old crust like me, it's easy to point out its flaws with the frame rate, inventory management, excess of load screens, and simplicity, but I don't think that will matter to younger players. And after helping plan a most wonderful party for the residents of the Hundred Acre Wood, it really didn't matter to me either.
  7. LEVEL (Czech Republic)
    Jan 12, 2017
    60
    Beautiful and colorful game for small children, which looks like the “Sims Disney” ... but only if those children can speak English well. [Issue #270]

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  1. May 10, 2017
    7
    The customization helps the game in a lot of ways. The story is not great though. I would say it is not amazing but fun. As I said, it wouldThe customization helps the game in a lot of ways. The story is not great though. I would say it is not amazing but fun. As I said, it would be empty if it did not have customization. Expand
  2. Oct 31, 2016
    6
    I read a lot of reviews before purchasing this, and they all said the same thing: Don't be put off by how linear the opening couple of hoursI read a lot of reviews before purchasing this, and they all said the same thing: Don't be put off by how linear the opening couple of hours are; the game does open up afterwards. Despite the fact that I was looking for an open game (an alternative to Animal Crossing in fact) I actually enjoyed the game less after it 'opened up'. It still felt very restrictive to me. Rather than feeling like a living, breathing world, it instead felt like a variety of mini-games dressed up as Disney characters. Most disappointingly, I never felt like I was having any kind of impact on the world; I'm sure if I load the game back up in a year's time, nothing will have changed. I doubt any of the characters will even remark on my prolonged absence. Expand